The Glossop Cemetery is on Cemetery Road in Hadfield. The first 5 acres were purchased in 1859 and it was enlarged in 1894.
The High Peak Borough Council administers the cemetery. You can find a cemetery plot map at the council website. It is in Microsoft Excel format. You can see it in "image" format at Mbaird's website.
You can find relations buried in Glossop after 1859 at High Peak Council.
Glossop is also known as Glossop Dale
"GLOSSOP is a village and township, in the populous and extensive parish of its name, in the hundred of High Peak; 184 miles from London. 50 N.N.W. from Derby, 25 N.W. from Sheffield, and 13 S.E. from Manchester. This village, which is one of great manufacturing consequence, is situate on a rising bank, springing from one of the deepest valleys in the Peak. The country around is very pleasing, and many of the views may be considered romantic: plantations abound in the home scenery, and the lands in the low grounds are fertile; but the mountainous parts are less productive."
[Description from Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835]
The village lies on the Glossop Brook which feeds into the River Etherow.
The railway came to Glossop in 1845. Passenger rail service still serves the village, but most visitors come by car or bus.
Stephen McKAY has a photograph of Glossop Station on Geo-graph, taken in February, 2017.
You can see pictures of Glossop which are provided by:
You can see the
administrative areas in which Glossop has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SK033941 (Lat/Lon: 53.44366, -1.951785), Glossop which are provided by: