MIs for this parish are included in the Devon FHS index - see under Cemeteries on the main Devon page.
A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions for the Church of St Edmunds, and the Embankment Road Cemetry is held in the Society of Genealogist's Library, in Vol. 5 of Devon Memorial inscriptions (DE/M18), together with one of Memorial Inscriptions for the Monuments behind the Catholic Church - Old Quaker Ground? - Methodist Church, Baptist Church, Church Lane, and the Baptist Church, Phoenix Place, in Vol. 8 of Devon Memorial inscriptions (DE/M23).
Collins, Lyn. Monumental inscriptions Kingsbridge civil cemetery. Typescript (1987) 61p. [Westcountry Studies Library]
Collins, Lyn. St. Edmunds church and church yard monuments, Kingsbridge, South Hams District, Devon. The Author(1987) 56p: ill, plan. [Plymouth Library - 929.5/965K]
Collins, Lyn. List of monuments: St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Church St, Dodbrooke, Kingsbridge, Devon. Typescript (1988) 80, 26p. [Westcountry Studies Library]
Collins, Lyn. Baptist burial ground, Venn, Auton Gifford and the Baptist chapel, Kingsbridge: monumental inscriptions, Kingsbridge, [Lyn Collins] (1989) 6 pp. [Westcountry Studies Library: px929.5/AVE/BAP]
Collins, Lyn. Kingsbridge: monumental inscriptions from the Quaker burial ground and the Methodist church forecourt. Kingsbridge: [Lyn Collins] (1989) [Westcountry Studies Library - px929.5/KIN/KIN]
Collins, Lyn. Walking in the Churchyards. Kingsbridge History Society Recorder 1 (1989) pp.7-11.
Collins, Lyn. Deaths at sea: Malborough monumental inscriptions: church near Kingsbridge, South Devon. Kingsbridge: Lyn Collins [1990?] 4p. [Westcountry Studies Library]
Square, J. Harris. Epitaphs from Churches, Churchyards and Burial Places in the Following Parishes: Kingsbridge, South Milton, East Allington, Dodbrooke, Malborough, Blackawton, West Alvington, Sherford, Charleton, Thurlestone, Churchstow, East Portlemouth. Devonshire Association Trans. 29 (1897) pp.182-215. [Index]
Kingsbridge and Area Tourist Information Centre web site.
Section on Kingsbridge from Samuel Lewis: A Topographical Dictionary of England (1831), provided by Mel Lockie.
Adey, W.T. All about Kingsbridge and Salcombe illustrated guide for the use of visitors. Kingsbridge: B. Wyatt. (1903) 105p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library - sB/KIN 1/1903/ADE] [ArchiveCD]
Anderson, Arthur H. Kingsbridge, Salcombe, and the Kingsbridge Estuary. (1916) [Plymouth Library]
[Hawkins, A]. Kingsbridge and Salcombe, with the intermediate estuary, historically and topographically depicted. Kingsbridge: R.Southwood (1819) vi, 210p, plates: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library - B/KIN/0001/KIN] [Index]
Rowe, Charles R. Guide to the West of England holiday resorts. Part 4: Kingsbridge and neighbourhood, Plymouth, Western Morning  32p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library pDEV/1908/ROW]
Merrell's guide: Salcombe, Kingsbridge, South Devon (4th ed.), Salcombe, Merrell  46, p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library pB/SAL 3/1920/MER]
A pictorial and descriptive guide to Torquay, Paignton, Dartmouth, Kingsbridge, Totnes and other South Devon resorts (14th ed), London, Ward, Lock & Co. (1934) xxxii, 132p, 48pls: maps. [Westcountry Studies Library B/TOR 7/1934/PIC]
Kigsbridge Guide, (c1952). [Devon FHS Library 942.35/KIN]
You can see pictures of Kingsbridge which are provided by:
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administrative areas in which Kingsbridge has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
Map of the area from OldeMaps (circa 1950).
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SX733444 (Lat/Lon: 50.285923, -3.779817), Kingsbridge which are provided by: