This page gives an overview of the material available to registered users who can download the files from this site. After you have logged on as a registered user, there will be another menu off this one named 'Mirfield St Mary's Project Downloads' and selecting this allows the download of the Mirfield St Mary's database spreadsheet plus photograph files.

This project is the sixth in the series and this second phase was completed in November 2015. It is a new survey designed to locate all known MIs (Memorial Inscriptions), photograph and transcribe their contents plus map all known burials onto a spreadsheet plan.

The plans on the spreadsheet contain all existing MIs and interments (as of November 2015).

Please note that a new version 2.0 was uploaded on 5/11/15 (the Mphotos file is unchanged).  If you previously downloaded v1.0 then you should upgrade to v2 as the addition of interment data has allowed cross-checking to reveal a number of errors in the v1 burial book data which has now been corrected in v2.


#19 Richard Horton 2017-06-15 03:51
Hi Jill,
'Vault' in the spreadsheet means a brick lined chamber - not that it is in the church. Your grandparents are in Section1, column S, Row 9 which you can see by clicking on the Section1 tab at the bottom of the screen. There is no extant memorial I could find but if you find one near in red which does, you will be able to locate its position.
Hope this helps.
#18 jill sainsbury 2017-06-14 14:50
Hi I see on here that my 2 x Grandparents George and Sarah Bennett are in the vaults. Sarah died 1885 and George 1897, would you know if they have a memorial in the Church. Many thanks
#17 Richard Horton 2017-06-13 06:08
Hello Ian,

please see my e-mail reply.

#16 Ian Whiteley 2017-06-13 05:55
Hello, I have just registered and looking for the Mirfield St Mary's Dowloads for details of the graveyard but I cannot see it. Can you help? Thank you. Ian Whiteley
#15 Richard Horton 2016-10-19 03:10
I have sent you an e-mail explaining how to find to download menu and that I can only find an Annie Elizabeth Wrigg in that month.

#14 vivien armitage 2016-10-19 01:56
Or could be found as Annie Elizabeth Rigg
#13 vivien armitage 2016-10-18 16:04
Sorry, grandmother's name Annie Elizabeth Ellis. Vivien
#12 vivien armitage 2016-10-18 16:02
I am looking for the grave of my grandmother. She died May 1924 and was buried in Mirfield Parish Church graveyard. I also wanted to know if there was a headstone and inscription. I cannot find the link to download the spreadsheet. I hope someone can help. Many thanks, Vivien
#11 brian greenough 2016-09-30 10:57
can anyone help me to find a grave in the garden of rememberance her name is betty wood ne cahill any information would be appreciated brian greenough on i live over in lancashire thanks
#10 Richard Horton 2016-08-23 01:53
As many memorials were erected some years after the initial burials were recorded errors are quite common and I have one such major error on a family MI. Users should also be aware that all recorded data is error prone including official registers and cross checks should be performed where possible.