Burial Grounds Search.
Keyword searches can be made using the search box above. Surnames of the period can have a slight variation from the modern day in terms of spelling. As the names of individuals have been copied as written or inscribed, it may also be helpful to also browse through the surname indexes for the relevant burial ground.
New Section Added.
Newly added is a section of entries transcribed from the registers for the New Howff or Constitution Road burial ground. At present it includes the period from its opening in 1836 until 1847, and will be updated as time allows. It can be accessed from the main menu.
About The Angus Antiquarian, Burial Grounds.
Tombs of the Dundee Howff was a website conceived back in 2001, the aim of the site was to photograph and transcribe all the memorials within the Howff cemetery in Dundee, Scotland. To document the known history and perhaps uncover some not so well known facts and stories, and eventually to expand into other cemeteries. Due to various reasons the site was taken down, however working on various small side projects and wishing to place the results of such online it seemed to be prudent to once again share previous work.
The recording of inscriptions in the Howff was completed in 2015. All monuments visible and also those removed in antiquity, or destroyed by the ravages of time have their inscriptions recorded here. Additional inscriptions and information obtained from other sources and some background stories have now been added to selected memorials. Those pages which are showing just a name entry for the plots are the details as recorded in the 1833-34 survey and the Register of Tombstones and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground 1832 and no further information is available at present. This survey of the Howff contains 2079 individual entries. With the website so far having 2924 individual memorial listings. Whilst care has been taken to be as accurate as possible throughout the project, feedback concerning any possible errors found would be appreciated.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank the staff from the Wellgate Library here in Dundee for their tremendous assistance. Also many thanks to Iain Flett and staff from the Dundee City Archive, and also Innes Duffus honorary Archivist to the Nine Incorporated Trades.
Darren Eyers FSA Scot.