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The Parish Register transcriptions supplied on this website are intended to aid Family Historians - the actual Register entries may contain additional detail of a Religious or private nature.


P[ease note that the Register files load large tables containing a considerable amount of data which isn't suitable for display on smartphones - if you are accessing via a smartphone you will need to use a lap/desktop or tablet to view the Registers.

The Burial Register proper dates from the opening of the Church and Cemetery in 1865. Prior to this, Registers of deaths of Parishioners appear to have been maintained for certain periods, these can be viewed at the bottom of this webpage - use this link! 

Prior to the formal opening of the Cemetery at St Mary's in 1865 parishioners who died were, in the main, interred in the Church of England cemetery, although the early Registers indicate some burials at Weldbank and at Leyland. The Euxton Parish Church (C of E) Registers identify 166 Catholic (or Papist) interments up to 1865, although it seems clear from the early St Mary's baptismal registers that many other Catholics were interred at the Parish Church. The St Mary's website contains details of the known Catholic interments at the Parish Church here - the "Lancashire Online Parish Clerks" website contains a full transcription of the Parish Church burial records.

A transcription of St Mary's Burial Register, supplemented by Cemetery Records, for the period 1865 to 1949:


Deaths of the Congregation of St Mary's Euxton


As recorded in the old registers:

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