Laceby Cemetery

Cemetery Regulations

Debbie Weatherill

Cemetery Fees

War Memorial

Haagensen Memorial

Haagensen Memorial Open Day

Buirial Records

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Laceby Cemetery

The Laceby Cemetery is owned and maintained by the Laceby Parish Council.  The first records relating to the Cemetery are from 1875 when presumably the St. Margaret’s Churchyard was closed for burials.  It was then that the Laceby Parish Council became a Burial Authority.

Debbie Weatherill

 

The Laceby Cemetery consists of several acres of land which was originally fields purchased by the Laceby Parish Council at intervals when each field became full of burials.  The fields were then divided into Sections and each section was given a designated number.

 

In total at present, there are 12 Sections within the Laceby Cemetery along with two cremated remains sections known as the Gardens of Remembrance.

Debbie Weatherill

 

The Laceby Parish Council have one new section of Cemetery land available – although this will not be started until all available plots are used within the main area of the existing Cemetery.

 

 

Debbie Weatherill

 

 

 

 

Laceby Cemetery a Winter Wonderland

 

 

 

 

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Cemetery Fees

LACEBY CEMETERY FEES Effective from 4th February 2014                                                                                Parishioners      Non Parishioners                                                                                           £                                  £   Purchase of Burial Plot                                                 150.00                         850.00 Purchase of Ashes Plot                                                 80.00                          450.00 (Not Exclusive Rights of Burial)   Interment Fee – Full Burials                                         250.00                         850.00 Interment Fee – Ashes Burials                                      65.00                          350.00 Interment of …

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Cemetery Regulations

LACEBY CEMETERY REGULATIONS The following Regulations have been adopted by the Laceby Parish Council, in order to allow the Groundsman to keep the Cemetery tidy and presentable. 1.    A kerb may surround a single grave measuring 8 feet x 4 feet and may        NOT exceed these measurements.  An application to the Laceby      …

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Haagensen Memorial

Back to Cemetery Main Page Peter Hendrick Haagensen was born in Moss, Norway in 1837 and came to Grimsby to become Consul for Sweden and Norway in 1867. His Chambers were at the Royal Dock until 1896 and he was a ships’ broker as well as a coal and timber merchant with businesses in Grimsby …

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Laceby War Memorial

Laceby War Memorial The War Memorial is situated within the Laceby Cemetery close to the entrance. The War Memorial is dedicated to the residents who gave their lives during the Great War and the Second Wold War.  The Memorial is maintained by the Laceby Parish Council and was cleaned a few years ago with new …

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