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Valley Cemetery
Stirling, Scotland

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Valley Cemetery, Stirling, Scotland

GPS: 56.121678, -3.946144

Mar Place
Stirling, Scotland, FK8 1EG
United Kingdom

Published: June 11, 2020
Total records: 3,346

Burials in Valley Cemetery are administered by Stirling Council, Scotland.

Cemetery History

Valley Cemetery was opened in 1857 after burials at the adjacent Holy Rude Churchyard neared capacity. Burial space in Valley Cemetery filled up quickly and eventually spilled into the garden of Mar's Wark, and continued there. Today, burials in Mar's Wark garden are now known as, "Mar's Wark Cemetery".

Valley Cemetery is one of the five adjoining cemeteries that make up the greater "Old Town Cemetery". Along with Holy Rude Churchyard and Mar's Wark, there are also Drummond Pleasure Ground, and Ladies' Rock. Snowdon Cemetery, which is also adjacent to these five cemeteries, is generally not considered to be part of the Old Town Cemeteries.

Stirling Council Records

Records below were acquired from Stirling Council on April 29, 2020. These records were compiled by the Council on April 8, 2020. They include dates of burial from 1877 to 2018.

Dates below are presented in (dd/mm/yyyy) format...

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