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.


#27 Richard Horton 2018-06-10 12:11
Macky, I have sent you an e-mail with some instructions.
#26 MackyVee 2018-06-10 08:24
I am not able to find a way to the “download s.
Any hints, or what am I doing wrong?
Thank you.
#25 Richard Horton 2018-04-08 19:15
I have found the plot and sent you an e-mail with further details.
#24 Rachel Smith 2018-04-08 17:08
I am looking for the burial site of my Grandma Annie Shepley who died around 1965/6 and was buried at Mirfield St Mary's. My elderly mother would like to visit her plot or there abouts before she passes away. Unfortunately years ago the head stones where disposed of so I have no idea where to start looking. I would be grateful for any help thank you. Rachel Smith
#23 Richard Horton 2018-02-27 20:46
I have sent you an e-mail to say that I believe I have found your granmother, together with some pointers.
#22 Julie Mallinson 2018-02-27 19:55
I am looking for the unmarked grave of my grandmother, Ada Mallinson who is buried in St Marys Mirfield. I believe I know roughly where it is but not an absolute certainty. She died before I was born in 1955, I'm not certain what year but assume the 40's. Can I search for the location in these records please?
#21 Richard Horton 2017-11-06 16:35
Mary, I have replied via your e-mail.

#20 Mary Clegg 2017-11-06 15:36
i am searching for the grave of Mary Ann Smith, which I understand is in St. Mary's Church yard.

Mary Clegg.
#19 Richard Horton 2017-06-15 09:51
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 20:50
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