What can these records tell me?

This collection of monumental inscriptions, provided by West Middlesex Family History Society, covers the years from 1485 to 2014 and includes transcripts for each entry. While the amount of available information will vary from transcript to transcript, most will include the following details:

  • Full name
  • Age
  • Birth year
  • Death year
  • Dedication
  • Place
  • County
  • Monument type
  • Inscription – may include the names of others buried in that plot as well as more specific details regarding age and birth and death dates. This can be incredibly helpful as it can provide you with the names and dates of your ancestor’s next of kin, including their relation to one another.
  • Description link – links you to a PDF document hosted on an external website that includes histories, images, and burial ground plans for the churches represented in this collection.
  • Memorial reference
  • Position reference

Discover more about these records

Founded in 1978, West Middlesex Family History Society formed for the purpose of exploring family history in the county of Middlesex. To learn more about the society, explore the West Middlesex Family History Society partner page.

The churches represented in this collection are listed below. Follow the Document link on your ancestor’s transcript to learn more about the church and graveyard your ancestor was buried in. Included in each will be a brief history and image of the church, as well as burial plot maps.

  • Acton, St Mary
  • Ashford, St Matthew
  • Bedfont, St Mary
  • Brentford, St Lawrence
  • Chelsea Old Church
  • Chiswick, St Nicholas
  • Cranford, St Dunstan
  • Feltham, St Dunstan
  • Fulham, All Saints
  • Harlington, St Peter & St. Paul
  • Harmondsworth, St Mary
  • Heston, St Leonard
  • Hounslow, Holy Trinity
  • Hounslow, United Reformed Church
  • Isleworth, All Saints
  • Laleham, All Saints
  • Norwood Green, St Mary
  • Poyle, United Reformed Church
  • Shepperton, St Nicholas
  • Southall Green, St John the Evangelist
  • Staines, St Mary
  • Stanwell, St Mary
  • Uxbridge, Old Meeting House
  • Uxbridge, Providence Chapel