4,713 burials at Darlington’s West Cemetery covering 1880-1889. This cemetery served residents around Darlington and across the border of Yorkshire. Abodes mentioned include many street addresses within Darlington, plus Archdeacon Newton, Blackwell, Catterick, Cockerton, Croft, Dinsdale, Fighting Cocks, Four Riggs, Hartlepool, Hermitage Hill, Hope Town, Low Coniscliffe, Middlesbrough, Middleton One Row, Middleton St. George, Mount Pleasant, Peaceful Valley, Polam, Redcar, Sedgefield, Stockton, and Walworth.
In general, these burials provide the name of the father (or mother, if the child was illegitimate) of a stillborn child. Otherwise, there are no relationships stated, as is typical of burials of this period. Samples:
- 12 Jan 1880 John Tarrant, of Elwin’s Yard, Parkgate, age: 92
- 6 Feb 1880 stillborn child Hogg, of Mechanics Yard, age: stillborn, child of Ellen Hogg
- 9 Apr 1881 Harry Wilson, of [no abode stated], age: 21, died at Leeds Infirmary
- 21 Oct 1884 Alice Wheelands, of [no abode stated], age: 72, died at the Union Workhouse
- 6 Dec 1889 stillborn child Carter, of West Raby Street, age: stillborn, child of Henry Carter
- 25 Dec 1889 Mary McGurl, of Forster Street, age: 68