Anfield Cemetery Interments in newspaper obituaries 1863-1879

Liverpool Mercury Wednesday, May 13, 1863

Epitaph

The first interment in the newly opened Anfield cemetery took place on Tuesday May 5th 1863, in the Episcopalian portion of the ground, and the solemn ceremony was witnessed by a numerous assemblage of persons. The body was that of Mrs Margaret PLACE, who died on Friday, the 1st of May aged 77.

Good night! I'm first to go to bed

The daisied curtains round me spread,

And the stone counterpane oe'rhead.

At seventy years and seven.

To sleep within this quiet place,

Until that day when Margaret Place,

Shall wake, and by a Saviours grace,

Be called to dwell in heaven.

Liverpool Mercury , Monday, September 28, 1863

Sept 27th, interred at Anfield Cemetery, a Volunteer belonging to Sir William BROWN'S, Artillery Corps, with military honours, who died from fever at Brownlow Hill Workhouse.

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, November 30, 1863

Died 29th Nov, Mr Thomas YATES, Bleak Cottage, Everton Rd, aged 64 on 3rd May last, interment 3rd Dec, Anfield Cemetery.

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, January 4, 1864

Died Jan 1st, 1864 Mrs Sarah CARTWRIGHT, herbalist, widow of Thomas, builder this town, aged 99, interment Anfield Cemetery, Jan 5th. 1864

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, December 12, 1864

Dec 11th, 1864, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Edward WATKINSON of the 12th L.A.V, with full military honours, from his residence in Collingwood St, 420 members of the Corps attended including, Col THOMPSON, Adjutant MACKENZIE

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, February 7, 1865

Feb 2nd, 1865, Isaac GOODWIN, killed by the upsetting of a crane at Old Swan, Old Swan, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Sunday, 4th Feb.

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, March 29, 1866

Mr F. E. MORRISH Esq, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 31st March 1866

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, November 15, 1867

Richard TAYLOR, aged 36yrs, interred at Anfield Cemetery 14th Nov 1867

Interments, 1868-9, re-interment of bodies from St Peters churchyard.

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, May 27, 1868

Died May 26th 1868, William THORNTON, 4 Gregson St, interred at Anfield Cemetery May 29th 1868

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, August 24, 1868

George TEASDALE, member of 1st L.E.V for 6yrs, interred at Anfield Cemetery Aug 23rd 1868

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, August 24, 1868

James LYNCH, died from injuries received from an explosion at the Mersey Steel Works, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Catholic section, Aug 23rd 1868

Peter FEAGAN, died from injuries received from an explosion at the Mersey Steel Works, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Catholic section, Aug 23rd 1868

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, October 31, 1868

Henry CROSS, late Bridewell keeper, Hotham St, old officer, joined the force 1848, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Oct 30th, 1868

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, November 5, 1868

Thomas O'NEILL, aged 66yrs, Fireman, for the last 28yrs attached to the West of England Fire Brigade, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 3rd Nov 1868

Interments 1869-70, re-interment of bodies from St Annes Churchyard

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, April 5, 1869

J. BURROWS, late member of the 12th, L.A.V, military funeral, interred at Anfield Cemetery, April 4th, 1869

The Era, Sunday, July 18, 1869

Watkins BURROUGHS, Gradwell St, Liverpool, aged 74, actor and stage manager, died 12th July 1869, interred at Anfield Cemetery, by his late wife, 14th July 1869

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, October 30, 1869

William CARSON, private J. Company, 1st L.R.V, military funeral, from his residence Stanley Rd, in the service of the London and North Western Railway Co for nearly 14yrs, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 28th Oct 1869

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, November 16, 1869

Thomas BRAKELL, printer and stationer, Richmond Terrace, Breck Rd, Everton, aged 46, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 18th Nov 1869

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, February 22, 1871

John GLASSEY, died Feb 19th, 9 Smithdown Lane, aged 51, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 22nd Feb 1871

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, August 16, 1871

Mr J. B. BOWERBANK, died Aug 14th, 1871, at 216 Walton Rd, aged 40, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 17th 1871

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, August 17, 1871

John CRANE, 5 Norwood Grove, West Derby Rd, licensed victualler, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 16th Aug 1871

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, October 16, 1871

James HOLME, 109 Mount Pleasant, aged 64, 20yrs ago partner in the firm Samuel and James HOLME, Builders, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 19th Oct 1871

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, December 11, 1871

Edmund BUCKLEY, died Dec 3rd, 1871, aged 77, born at St Helens, late of Bayswater, London, was interred at Anfield Cemetery

Liverpool Courier, Wednesday, April 9th, 1872

James SMITH, Berkeley House, Seaforth, aged 67, member of the firm HOUGHTON SMITH and Co, and the Dock Board, was interred at Anfield Cemetery, April 8th, 1872

The Era , Sunday, September 1, 1872

Edward Montague KEELEY, was interred at Anfield Cemetery, 23rd Aug 1872.

The Era , Sunday, March 16, 1873

William CEDA, aged 47, [known as William PRICE in America] member of a troupe of minstrels under Mr S. HAGUE, died 9th March 1873, was interred at Anfield Cemetery, 12th March 1873.

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, June 14, 1873

Mr M. J. WHITTY interred in the family vault, Roman Catholic Section, Anfield Cemetery, June 13th, 1873

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, June 21, 1873

Robert COWAN, drowned, Christmas night with two other crew members of the Tug STORM KING, body found on the 15th inst at New Brighton, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 19th, June 1873

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, November 11, 1873

Thomas DAVIES, 1st master No 10 Pilot Boat, this port, 40yrs service, aged 58, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 10th 1873.

The Era , Sunday, November 23, 1873

Edmund R. JONES, 28 Peel St, aged 67, author of pantomimes produced at the New Adelphi Liverpool, died 15th Nov 1873, interred at Anfield Cemetery

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, November 28, 1873

John TURNER, wine and spirit merchant, aged 50, died Nov 26th, 1873, at Barrow-in-Furness, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 29th, 1873.

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, December 2, 1873

Capt J. W. STEELE, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Dec 1st 1873

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, January 22, 1874

Thomas JENNINGS, 1 Rydal St, Breck Rd, aged 46, flour dealer, died Jan 21st, 1874, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Jan 23rd, 1874

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, September 17, 1874

James MILLIGAN, 21 Conyors St, joiner, died Sept 14th, 1874, interred at Anfield Cemetery Sept 17, 1874

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, November 9, 1874

Captain HOLDEN, Adjutant, 1st L.R.V, Newby St, Walton Lane, interred at Anfield Cemetery with full military honours, Nov 10th, 1874, Sergeant in the 49th Regt of Foot, served in the Crimea. was offered the Victoria Cross but relinquished it to a comrade, a non-commissioned officer of his regiment, of whom he was under the impression the honour belonged to.

Liverpool Mercury , Wednesday, December 9, 1874

Thomas JUMP, of Oxford St, aged 65, formerly of the firm JONES and JUMP, contractors and builders, Pleasant St, interred at Anfield Cemetery 11th Dec 1874.

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, January 27, 1875

James ASHE, 119 Whitefield Rd, aged 51, died Jan 26th 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery 28th Jan 1875.

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, February 1, 1875

Sgt George RICHARDS, 2nd, Administrative Brigade, L.A.V, interred at Anfield Cemetery with full military honours, 31st, Jan 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, February 20, 1875

John Mackereth ECCLES, Wynnstay Cottage, 100 Seaview Rd, Bootle Mount, aged 52, surveyor to the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, died Feb 15th, 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery Feb 20th 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, April 5, 1875

Corporal GOODSON, J. Battery, 2nd Brigade L.A.V, accidentally fell over board bailing out a boat in Georges Dock, striking his head, interred at Anfield Cemetery with full military honours, April 4th 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, April 6, 1875

Hugh HARRISON, died April 3rd 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery April 7th 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, May 4, 1875

William Kenney TYRER, solicitor, of Liverpool, at Geneva, April 27th 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery May 6th 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, May 18, 1875

William WAREING, Old Bill, Armourer Rifle Brigade, putting up a shelf in the Brigade headquarters hut, on the 13th, a pipe fell broke his thumb, which was amputated mortification set in and he died on the 16th Tuesday, interred at Anfield Cemetery, May 18, 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, July 5, 1875

Richard SMITH, aged 47, 13 Saco Villas, Breck Rd, died July 2nd, 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Mon July 5th 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, August 21, 1875

Emma HILL, aged 27, 103 Teulon St, Walton Rd, wife of Benjamin, also same time and place, Emma Elizabeth, aged 8wks daughter of above, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 21st 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, September 1, 1875

Joseph Hayton Pollard RICHARDSON, died Aug 30th 1875, suddenly, Rimrose Hotel, Bootle, interred at Anfield Cemetery, September 1, 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, September 3, 1875

Annie LUMLEY, aged 26, died Aug 31st 1875, wife of John. W, Anglesea Villa, Grey Rd, Walton, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Sept 3rd 1875.

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, October 18, 1875

John MACLEAN, aged 33, at 15 Canada Dock, died Oct 16th 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Oct 19th 1875.

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, November 9, 1875

Mary Ellen Hodson TURNER, Earl St, wife of William, died Nov 4th 1875, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 7th Nov 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, November 16, 1875

John TOPPING, Faulkner St, licensed victualler, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 15th, 1875

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, December 11, 1875

William ROBERTS, 2 Orthes St, Great Orford St, died Dec 8th 1875, aged 56, late of Pulverbatch, Shropshire, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Dec 12th 1875.

The Era, Sunday, March 12, 1876

Mary SPENCER, died 3rd March 1876, wife of [Humphrey interred Walton Church, Feb 28th, died 23rd Feb] interred Anfield Cemetery, 9th March 1976. Parents of George SPENCER of Batty's Grand Circus, by whom they were buried.

The Era , Sunday, June 25, 1876

John WHERRY, died 20th June 1876 of consumption, vocalist aged 34, 9yrs connected with Sam Haques Minstrels, interred Anfield Cemetery, 21st June 1876, the whole of the troupe following.

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, August 22, 1876

Owen WILLIAMS, 5 Mitford St, Netherfield Rd, accidentally drowned, Llandudno Bay, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 23rd 1876

Liverpool Mercury , Saturday, August 26, 1876

William FINLAY, Mathematical master, Liverpool college, interred at Anfield Cemetery, August 26, 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, September 4, 1876

Henry BREMMER, Shaw St, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 2nd Sept 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, September 21, 1876

Henry WRIGHT, 45 Grey Rd, Walton, aged 67, died Sept 19th 1876, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Sept 22nd 1876

The Era , Sunday, October 1, 1876

Charles A. CLARKE, 20 Irvine St, died 22nd Sept 1876, of consumption, aged 48, for many years manager of Manager of the Windsor, Rochester, Stamford Theatres, and Prince of Wales, interred at Anfield Cemetery 25th, Sept 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, October 26, 1876

Mary RUTHVEN, died Oct 23rd 1876, Longfield, Linace, aged 49, wife of Adolphus, poulterer, St Johns market, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Oct 26th, 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, October 28, 1876

Elizabeth Holt HALDEN, died Oct 26th 1876, 87 Aubrey St, aged 29, wife of Joseph, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 30th Sept 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, November 3, 1876

Joseph G. STABLES, 81 Redrock St aged 34, late of the Commercial Bank and formerly Liverpool College, died Oct 31st, 1876, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 4th, 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, December 20, 1876

Thomas JONES Jnr, tallow chandler, aged 23, 232 Vauxhall Rd, died Dec 17th, 1876, interred at Anfield Cemetery, December 20, 1876

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, January 2, 1877

John BROOKSBANK, died, Dec 31st, 1876, 121 Brunswick Rd, aged 45, interred at Anfield Cemetery, January 3rd, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, January 15, 1877

James HOPE, died Jan 11th, 1877, at Gateacre, aged 49, late of 145 London Rd, interred at Anfield Cemetery, January 15, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, January 26, 1877

Hannah POTTS, died Jan 24th, 1877, mother's residence, Hyde Park Rd, Leeds, daughter of the late Samuel POTTS this town, interred at Anfield Cemetery, January 29, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, February 1, 1877

Thomas HALE, died Jan 30th 1877, after an accident, aged 50, for 30yrs a servant at Messers MOLYNEUX and Sons corn mills, Kirkdale, interred at Anfield Cemetery, February 1, 1877

John HUNKING, contractor, 47 Vine St, aged 53, died Jan 29th 1877, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 3rd Feb 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, March 14, 1877

Capt Hugh STEWART, 7 Thomaston St, Everton, late of the ship APHRODITA, died March 10th 1877, interred at Anfield Cemetery, March 14, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, March 19, 1877

Robert Kissack EVANS, aged 19, died March 14th 1887, grandfather's residence, 12 Belmont Terrace, Douglas I.O.M, eldest son of Thomas EVANS, 33 Mount View, Everton Valley, interred at Anfield Cemetery March 20, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, April 17, 1877

Nathaniel HUNTINGTON, died April 15th 1877, aged 42, 119 Canning St, interred at Anfield Cemetery April 20 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, May 30, 1877

William Henry LONGDEN, died May 29th 1877, 22 Ruskin St, Kirkdale, aged 61, for 20yrs bandmaster Kirkdale Industrial Schools, interred at Anfield Cemetery May 31 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, August 18, 1877

John DAVIES, died Aug 15th 1877, 58 Heyworth St, interred at Anfield Cemetery August 19, 1877

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, September 13, 1877

Richard HEYWOOD, died Sept 10th 1877, 10 Litherland Rd, Bootle, aged 60, Licensed Victualler, member of the Town Council, interred at Anfield Cemetery September 14, 1877

The Era, Sunday, November 4, 1877

Mr G. H. BROWNE, at the Queen's Hotel Manchester, Proprietor of the Princes Theatre, Manchester, died 27th Oct 1877, aged 51, of heart disease, a native of Boston, U.S, remains removed to Anfield Cemetery 30th Oct, where his daughters remain who died a few years ago, from thence the ashes of both will be conveyed to Boston. U.S.

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, November 19, 1877

Isaac SHUFFLEBOTTOM, died Nov 8th 1877, 65 Duke St, aged 83, interred at Anfield Cemetery

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, December 12, 1877

Charles T. HOWE, died Dec 7th 1877, Fontenoy St, interred at Anfield Cemetery

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, January 31, 1878

Margaret HAGUE, died Jan 27th 1878, 40 Helena St, Walton, aged 27, wife of Cyrus, interred at Anfield Cemetery January 31, 1878

Thomas THORNS, died Jan 29th 1878, 74 Myrtle St, aged 42, interred at Anfield Cemetery January 31, 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, February 8, 1878

Horatio Nelson ASHCROFT, died Feb 6th, 1878, Abbey Rd, Anfield, aged 47, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 11th Feb 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, February 13, 1878

Charles COLTON, died Feb 10th 1878, at Hastings, aged 24, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Feb 15th 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, March 16, 1878

Thomas JACKSON, died March 15th 1878, 124 Vauxhall Rd, aged 35, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 18th March 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, March 18, 1878

Thomas PEMBERTON, Exmouth St, member of Orange Lodge, 800 members attended, interment at Anfield Cemetery, March 17th 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, June 11, 1878

Samuel JONES, died June 8th 1878, Brunswick Villa, St Doningo Grove, interred at Anfield Cemetery, June 12th 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, July 16, 1878

Richard RICHARDSON, died July 14th, 1878, Pembridge, Herefordshire, aged 29, of the Castle Inn, 87 Scotland Rd, interred at Anfield Cemetery, July 17, 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, July 20, 1878

John STRATTON, aged 25, died July 12th 1878, on his way home from Philadelphia to Fryers Town, Victoria, Australia, interred at Anfield Cemetery, 14th July 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, August 1, 1878

Henry JOPLIN, died July 30th 1878, Grasmere Park Huyton, aged 57, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 2nd 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, August 21, 1878

Richard ROWLANDSON, died Aug 19th, 1878, Grange-over-Sands, aged 56, of 172 Vauxhall Rd, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 22nd 1878

John COATES, died Aug 19th 1878, 87 Limekiln Lane, aged 45, Licensed victualler, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 23rd 1878

Samuel DAVIES, died Aug 20th 1878, 14 Edinburgh St, aged 65, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Aug 24th, 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, August 26, 1878

Corporal MILLER, 17th, L.AV, [2nd A.B] Roscommon St, interred at Anfield Cemetery with full military honours, Aug 25th 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, September 11, 1878

Susan JONES, died Sept 8th, 1878, wife of Philip, interred at Anfield Cemetery 9th Sept 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, September 25, 1878

John HOME, died Sept 24th 1878, 12 Crown Place, Crown St, aged 62, interred at Anfield Cemetery 27th Sept 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday Oct 8th 1878

Singular disposal of the body of a child in Liverpool

At 9.30am on Saturday, a boy named John LYSIGHT of 10 Gerrard St found a coffin lying in a midden at No 1 Court, Gerrard St, and he informed PC 448 of the circumstances. The officer found the coffin bore the inscription on the lid, "Jane E. SWEETMAN, died 2nd October, 1878, aged two weeks." It was taken to the central police office, on being opened was found to contain the dead body of a female child, which was afterwards taken to the deadhouse. The mother, Mrs SWEETMAN, living in Bailey St, afterwards identified and claimed the body as that of her child, and her statement in explanation of the reason why the body was found in the midden was to the effect that a neighbour named Jane SINNOTT, living in Frederick St, during her absence had removed the coffin from the house. About 7pm the same evening SINNOTT returned in a state of intoxication, and when Mrs SWEETMAN asked what she had done with the body of the child, she replied that she had collected 4s-6d in the neighbourhood, with which she had buried the child at Anfield. On being searched however the burial order was found in her pocket, and she then stated the body was at Anfield Cemetery, but she had been too late to get it buried that day. The mother called in the police and the woman was taken to the central police office, where she persisted in saying the body was at the cemetery. The police directed Mrs SWEETMAN to go there with the woman on Saturday, but on the way she gave the mother the slip, and had not been seen since. Of course, the mother failed to find the child at the cemetery, as it had been already found as above stated. Yesterday Mrs SWEETMAN produced the burial order to the deputy-coroner Mr C. S. SAMUEL detailing the above facts and he gave her permission to remove the body for interment, and also recommended that the police constable in the case report the facts to his superior officers with the view of taking proceedings against the woman who had removed the body.

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, October 16, 1878

Thomas BAINES, Seaman, Royal Naval Reserve, of 2 Frank St, victim of the panic at the Colessum Theatre, interred at Anfield Cemetery, October 15, 1878

The Era, Sunday, November 17, 1878

Sarah Jane Murray, 20 Richmond St, Liverpool, died 4th Nov 1878, [late Mrs Joe SIMMONS], interred at Anfield Cemetery, 6th Nov 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, November 18, 1878

John WANNOP, died Nov 15th 1878, 128 Islington, aged 71, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 19th 1878

William KIRKBRIDE, died Nov 16th 1878, aged 44, 43 Marybone, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 19th 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, November 20, 1878

Mary DAVIES, died Nov 19th 1878, 26 St Georges Hill, , ahed 27, eldest daughter of John DAVIES, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 22nd, 1878

Mary Ann MC CRACKEN, died Nov 18th 1878, 169 Walton Lane, aged 45, wife of W. J. , interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 21st, 1878

Liverpool Mercury, November 30, 1878

James GORE, Osborne House, Egerton St, New Brighton, died 26th Nov 1878, through the collision on the Mersey of the Seacombe Ferry steamer GEM and the ship BOWFELL, interred at Anfield Cemetery, Nov 29th, 1878

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, January 2, 1879

James Richard BARNARD, died Dec 27th, 1878, 10 Redrock St, aged 42, interred at Anfield Cemetery , January 2, 1879

Phoebe Ann RICHARDSON, died Dec 29th 1878, 17 Standish St, widow of the late T, interred at Anfield Cemetery , January 3, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, January 10, 1879

Gupert HEYES, M.R.C.V.S, 3 Rodney St, interred at Anfield Cemetery , January 11, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, January 15, 1879

Grace EVANS, died Jan 13th, 1879, 60 Crete St, asged 63, wife of William, interred at Anfield Cemetery , January 15, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, January 16, 1879

Hugh SHIMMIN, proprietor of the Porcupine, interred at Anfield Cemetery , January 15, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, February 10, 1879

Bro J. S. CUTHBERT, S.W, Everton Lodge No 823, interred at Anfield Cemetery , February 8, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, February 20, 1879

Henry GLENDINNING, St Johns Market and Birkdale, took an overdose of spirits of camphor 14th Feb 1879, interred at Anfield Cemetery , February 19, 1879

W. GEVES, J.P and ex Mayor of Bootle, interred at Anfield Cemetery , February 19, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, February 22, 1879

Mary GARDNER, died Feb 14th 1879, 16 Prussia St, aged 73, wife of Capt John GARDNER after a union of 46yrs, interred at Anfield Cemetery , February 18, 1879

The Era, Sunday, March 2, 1879

Henry VIVASH, died 19th Feb 1879, an actor favourably known in Ireland, interred at Anfield Cemetery , February 24, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Saturday, March 22, 1879

John EVANS, Naturalist, died March 30th 1879, 9 Manchester St, interred at Anfield Cemetery , March 24, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, April 8, 1879

William GRANT, died Apr 4th 1879, licensed victualler, 11 Smithdown Lane, aged 75, interred at Anfield Cemetery , April 8, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, April 18, 1879

George NORRIS, of Norris and Sons, solicitors, died 13th Apr 1879, aged 40, interred at Anfield Cemetery , April 17, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, May 13, 1879

Thomas Joseph CLARKSON, died May 11th, 19A Brownlow St, aged 53, interred at Anfield Cemetery , May 14, 1879

Rev W. D. TYACK, minister Wesleyan Chapel, Waterloo, died Suddenly 6th May 1879, Westbank Waterloo, interred at Anfield Cemetery , May 12, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, June 3, 1879

Charles DEAN, died May 31st 1879, 48 Walton Breck Rd, late 2nd officer of the Royal Mail steamer, Russia, aged 49, over 25 yrs Cunard service, interred at Anfield Cemetery , June 4, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, June 23, 1879

Charles JOHNSON, died June 20th, 1879, 8 Upper Newington, aged 68, late chairman, Star Music Hall, formerly comedian at Prince of Wales Theatre, in Mr Alexander Hendersons Company, interred at Anfield Cemetery , June 23, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, July 7, 1879

Thomas BELL, cabinetmaker, died July 5th, 1879, 5 Heath St, late of Millom, interred at Anfield Cemetery , July 8, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, July 9, 1879

Ann RENTON, died July 6th, 1879, 28 Spellow Lane, aged 62, wife of John, interred at Anfield Cemetery , July 9, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, July 31, 1879

Peter BROOKS, connected to bell ringer societies for over 30yrs, interred at Anfield Cemetery , July 30, 1879

The Era, Sunday, August 31, 1879

Mrs HAGUE, wife of Samuel, [minstrel troop], interred at Anfield Cemetery , Aug 26, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, September 3, 1879

Thomas PRICE, died Aug 30th 1879, aged 26, eldest son of Charles PRICE, 9 Brisbane St, Stanley Rd, interred at Anfield Cemetery , September 4, 1879

Henry Jones GUNN, died Aug 31st, 1879, of West Derby, interred at Anfield Cemetery , September 1, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, October 20, 1879

James LISTER, Basil Grange, Sandfield Park, West Derby, interred at Anfield Cemetery , October 21, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Monday, October 27, 1879

Charles CONNOR, Accountant, aged 40, Deane Rd, Fairfield, died Oct 26th 1879, interred at Anfield Cemetery , October 29, 1879

Liverpool Mercury, Friday, November 28, 1879

Francis THACKWAY, died Nov 26th 1878, 1 Trinity Place, St Anne St, aged 67, interred at Anfield Cemetery , November 29, 1879

Anfield Cemetery Interments in newspaper obituaries 1880-1885

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