In article <44E2D506.3000903(a)rosecottage74.freeserve.co.uk>, Steve
Stubbs <steve(a)rosecottage74.freeserve.co.uk> writes
Graveyard Listings in Hull - Looking for Walter Stubbs
I am visiting Yorkshire for a couple of days in two weeks time (I live
in Somerset) and would love to be able to visit the grave of my
grandfather Walter Stubbs who I know is buried in one of the cemeterys
in Hull. I was taken there as a small child but obviously at the
advanced age of 60 memory has faded!
He died in 1922 as a result of long term injuries sustained in the
first world war - so family tradition has it. His wife died in 1918.
The Hull council have indicated that I could make an appointment to
trawl through their records, but frankly as there are quite a few
graveyards in Hull I would need to spend a precious day doing simply that.
If anyone has any index records of burials I would be grateful for help
in finding at least which Graveyard to visit.
1922 might be Hedon Road or Western if
General or Division Road or Sculcoats you will need to check the
Your 1st port of call is
Chanterlands Avenue Crematorium
Tel: (01482) 614976 / 300300
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8.30am -4.30pm.
They have all the Municipal Cemetery records
if you know the date it will not take long to find the grave site they
are very helpful all the records are at Chanterlands Ave and there will
be a limited number of books to check
Hull City Archives,
Kingston Upon Hull.
Telephone: 01482 615102 / 615110
Fax: 01482 613051
They have The General Cemetery records for Spring Bank
And finally East Riding Archives
Telephone number: 01482 392790
County Hall, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA.
E-mail address: archives.service(a)eastriding.gov.uk
The have Holy Trinity, Castle Street, Divison Road and Sculcoats North
EYFHS have some transcripts of grave stones in Sculcoats and Division