Home » Articles » Spalding Cemetery

Spalding Cemetery

Spalding Cemetery was consecrated in 1854. The nonconformist chapel is one of a pair of cemetery chapels. It is constructed of red brick, with stone dressings



Former nonconformist cemetery chapel now used for storage, Spalding Cemetery, Pinchbeck Road, Spalding

Click for HERE information

Vistor comments

5 Responses

  1. Dear Sir
    Some time ago, I contacted you in an attempt to locate the grave of a SARAH ANN PATES who, I believe, was buried in Spalding cemetery in 1928. You very kindly replied giving me details of the location of the plot. Unfortunately, my computer crashed recently and I lost the information. Would it be possible to send me the details again?
    I would also like to locate the grave of her son – William Gibbons, born 1869. His death is registered in the 1st Q of 1937.
    I apologise for causing extra work. With my thanks Dr Robin Fahie

  2. Greeting from sunny Perth, Western Australia!
    I’m researching the following distant family members and would appreciate your assistance in any further headstone details/inscriptions/photos (which as yet are not available on FaG and BG):
    John WENSOR, 1825-22Oct1856, Plot info: 2 12 d
    Mary Jane WENSOR, 1884-14Sep1885, Plot info: 3 46 aa
    William WENSOR, 1823-18May1865, Plot info: 2 12 d
    Thanking you in anticipation, Peter

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.