Find your ancestors in New South Wales, Tea Gardens Cemetery inscriptions 1898-2014

What can these records tell me?

Tea Gardens Cemetery was dedicated on 28 August 1906. The transcripts included in this collection cover the years 1898 to 2014.

Transcripts include the following fields:

  • First name(s)
  • Last name
  • Birth year
  • Death year
  • Death date
  • Inscriptions – this may include additional years, dates, and family names
  • Cemetery
  • Burial location (within the cemetery – general cemetery, columbarium, Banksia Memorial Garden, Wall of Tranquility, and Wall of Grace)
  • State
  • Country

Burial locations

  • The general cemetery affords for burials with traditional-style monuments. There are designated denominational areas included: Catholic, Church of England, Uniting, and Seventh Day Adventist.
  • Columbarium Wall is a wall for the interment of ashes with a memorial plaque.
  • Banksia Memorial Garden is a garden where ashes can be interred, with a memorial plaque marking the location.
  • The Wall of Tranquility and the Wall of Grace are granite columbarium walls for the interment of ashes. Memorial plaques are included for each interment.