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Cemeteries and Crematoria within the borough

Dudley Cemetery

Opened in 1904 by the Old Country borough of Dudley.

Dudley Cemetery
Stourbridge Road,
Queens Cross,
West Midlands,

Stourbridge Cemetery and Crematorium

The Crematorium buildings were adapted from an old chapel and many of the features of the building were retained to preserve its unique and pleasant character.

Stourbridge Cemetery and Crematorium
South Road,
West Midlands,

Gornal Wood Cemetery and Crematorium

Set amongst delightful landscape grounds Seasonal Gardens of Remembrance, the Crematorium buildings are of a modern design and provide a friendly and pleasant atmosphere.

Gornal Wood Cemetery and Crematorium
Chase Road,
Gornal Wood,
Dudley, West Midlands, D3 2RL

Lye and Wollescote Cemetery

Opened in 1879 by the Lye and Wollescote Burial Board. It was passed over to the council in 1933.

Lye / Wollescote Cemetery
Cemetery Road,
Lye, Stourbridge,
West Midlands,

Cradley Cemetery

Opened in 1859, control passed to Halesowen Joint Burial Board in 1956.

Cradley Cemetery
Homer Hill,
West Midlands,
B63 2UP

Halesowen Cemetery

Opened in 1859. Control passed to Halesowen Joint Burial Board in 1956.

Halesowen Cemetery

Hales Road,
West Midlands
B63 4AP

Brierley Hill Cemetery

Opened in 1926 by Brierley Hill Urban District Council.

Brierley Hill Cemetery
Addison Road,
Brierley Hill,
West Midlands,

Family History and the Genealogy Research Service

Please visit our Genealogy Research Service for the transcription of records and information on individuals buried in the seven cemeteries that are under the control of Dudley Council.

You can view a variety of information including burials, cremations, cemeteries, graves and plots.

The Dudley Archives and local History Service holds material relating to the present Dudley Metropolitan Borough area. This includes both manuscripts, such as parish records, council minutes and files.