Have you traced your ancestors back to Essex? Search through these records of tombstone inscriptions to discover information pertaining to when and where they died.
There are over 200,000 transcripts in this record set, which include the following information, when available:
• First name(s)
• Last name
• Death year
These records have been compiled from engravings found on tombstones and other memorials in the churches and churchyards of Essex. They represent significant evidence for your family history research and can often provide additional information outside of death dates. You will find memorial inscriptions from various denominations such as Anglican, Roman Catholic, Quaker, and non-conformist, as well as community and war memorials.
This record set represents two decades of work by transcribers from the Essex Society for Family History. To learn more about this society, see our Essex Society for Family History page in Useful links and resources. We have provided a full list of places available in the Essex memorial inscriptions page also found in the Useful links and resources section.
Essex memorial inscriptions is sourced from Essex Society for Family History.