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Family History

for here we seek our roots

We are often asked questions by people tracing their family history.   There are two helpful documents in the Church and they can be found in bound books in the Trinity Chapel.


Some years ago a very helpful survey was done.    One book contains a typed transcription of the inscriptions on the gravestones in our closed churchyard.   The other book contains an index by surname.   The two books are cross-referenced and the location of graves can be seen on a map on the wall.


If you are unable to visit we can sometimes answer a simply query.  Time to do so is limited but do try us if you think we can help.


Our churchyard was closed in the 1960s.   There is a cemetery attached to the churchyard for burials after that time but that is administered by the local district council and not by us.


We always like to hear stories of those buried in our churchyard so if you can shed any light on people there, please do tell us.


The email for family history enquiries or to give information is familyhistory@aldeburghparishchurch.org.uk