The "Of the Parish" headstone and memorial indexing and photography project aims to put details of the people who died in Plymouth and the surrounding area online. The churchyards and burial grounds for which gravestone images have been collected and names entered into a consolidated database are to date: Oreston Methodist Church (Plymstock), Pleasure Hill non conformist burial ground (Oreston, Plymstock), Royal Naval Hospital burial ground (No Place Field, Plymouth), St Budeaux, St Edward (Eggbuckland), St Peter The Poor Fisherman (Stoke Beach near Noss Mayo, Revelstoke), and Milehouse overflow burial ground, Devonport (Stoke Damerel).
MIs for the Chapel of St Catherine, The Citadel, are included in the Devon FHS index - see under Cemeteries on the main Devon page.
Details of Plymouth Cemeteries and Crematoria (archived copy), from the Plymouth Data web-site.
Plymouth and West Devon R. O. has records of MIs for the Pig Market Baptist Chapel, the Treville St Presbyterian Chapel, and the Society of Friends' Vennel Street burial ground (1762-1925).
Tombstone inscriptions in the old Jewish Cemetery on Plymouth Hoe.
Brown, Mike. A Short Collection of Epitaphs from Plymouth Churchyards. Dartmoor Press, PO Box 132, Plymouth PL4 7YL.
Brown, Mike. Zoar Down Chapel (Full Survey). In Dartmoor Region Monumental Inscriptions Indexes, Vol. 9. Dartmoor Press, PO Box 132, Plymouth PL4 7YL.
Ford Park Cemetery Burials - The Plymouth, Devonport & Stonehouse Cemetery, - General Ground 1848-1880, Church Ground 1849-1880, Catholic Ground 1881-1924 CD, Devon Family History Society (2012).
- Charles the Martyr, Church of England
- Christ Church, Estover, Church of England
- Emmanuel, Church of England
- St Andrew, Church of England
- St Augustine, Church of England
- St James the Less, Ham, Church of England
- St James the Less, Church of England
- St Thomas the Apostle, Keyham, Church of England
- Batter St Presbyterian, Batter St, Non-conformist
- Salem St Chapel, Non-conformist
You can also perform a more selective search for
churches in the Plymouth area
that are recorded in the GENUKI church database. This will also help
identify other churches in nearby townships and/or parishes. You also have the option to see the
of the churches marked on a map.
Carte de la Baye et Port de Plimouth and Plan Des Ville et Citadelle de Plymouth by Jaques Nicolas Bellin from his 'Petit Atlas Maritime' (1764) - provided by Stuart Moverley (archived copies).
Ye Olde Maps of Ye Plymouthe of Ye Merrie Englande - provided by Steve Johnson.
Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport, from Murray's Handbook for Travellers in Devonshire (1879).
Map of Plymouth from Baedeker's Great Britain, Handbook for Travelers by Karl Baedeker (7th ed., 1910), provided by Alan Gresley.
Map of the area from OldeMaps (circa 1950).
Stuart, Elisabeth. Lost landscapes of Plymouth: maps, charts and plans to 1800. Stroud: Sutton (1991),  pp. maps, charts, plans. ISBN: 0862997720.
Street AZ Plan, Plymouth, Vestry Road, Sevonoaks, Kent, TN14 5EP, Geographers A - Z Map Company Ltd. (c 1995) 1 sheet. [ISBN 0-85039-054-0] [Lookups]
Past & Present, Exeter & Exmouth. Cassini [ISBN 978-1-84736-108-0] [Covers an area of 15km * 15km using four Ordnance Survey mapping series to cover four different periods: the mid 19th century, the late 19th century, the1920s and the present-day].
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SX478544 (Lat/Lon: 50.369694, -4.141615), Plymouth which are provided by: