The City of London Cemetery and Crematorium is a stunning Grade I listed landscape in the heart of East London that has been open since 1856. Our 200 acre site provides a picturesque, safe, parkland atmosphere for thousands of visitors 365 days of the year, and offers beautiful formal gardens, well maintained roadways, tree lined avenues and local heritage.
We are one of the largest municipal cemeteries in Europe and anyone may be buried here irrespective of City connections or religious beliefs. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service and providing the community with a sympathetic and professional facility.
Our site is rich with architecture, ecology, geology, horticulture and history and we have the honour of being the first Cemetery to be awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award, the national standard for parks and green spaces in England and Wales. Amongst the famous people buried here are Sir Robert Hooke, Bobby Moore and two of the Jack the Ripper victims.
Our general burial registers shown on this website consist of 440000 historic records dated from 24 June 1856 to 7 October 1955.
These records have been digitally imaged and are being made available on this website for free as part of a pilot scheme.
If you are looking for records after October 1955, please contact our Bereavement Services Team:
Alternatively, come and visit us at:
City of London Cemetery and Crematorium,
Our Bereavement Services Office is open Monday to Friday, 9am till 4pm.