31 March 2023
Discover new facts about your Sussex ancestors with these burial records for Worthing, covering the years 1850 to 2012.
A further 46,567 records have been added into this existing collection, covering the Worthing local authority area for 1850-2012. You’ll normally find an ancestor’s name, birth year, age at death, burial date and church dedication.
Sometimes you might also find extra notes to enhance your research, such as titles, places of residence, occupations, relatives’ names, marital status and workhouse status.
The full collection contains more than half a million Sussex burial records and these include include the name of a British governor of Massachusetts who was involved in the first battle of the American Revolution. Additionally, you will find the family who built Saint Hill Castle in East Grinstead. Today the building is the headquarters for Scientology.
These transcripts have been supplied by a number of family history societies including the Sussex Family History Group, Family Roots FHS, Eastbourne Family History Society, and Tunbridge Wells Family History Society.
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