Memorial Park Cemetery, Albany, Western Australia

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Date: 1840 to 1959
Location: Middleton Road, Albany, Western Australiamap
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Cemetery Name: Albany Memorial Park Cemetery

AKA: Pioneer Cemetery and Old Albany Cemetery

Address: 263-275 Middleton Road, Albany, Western Australia 6331

GPS: -35.017023, 117.888266


This cemetery was opened in 1840 and was used continuously until recent years. The headstones constitute an important part of Albany's history as this is the resting place for many of the early pioneers.

Albany Memorial Park Cemetery is located on a hillside over 2.5 hectares (6 acres). Constructed from 1840 to 1959. The Albany Memorial Park Cemetery was the first consecrated cemetery in Western Australia. It is listed in the state register of historical places and many of the state's first settlers, pioneers, convicts and enrolled pensioner guards are buried in this cemetery. Contains approximately 5,000 graves.

The cemetery is located on map location view

The cemetery is administered by the Albany Cemetery Board, PO Box 469

Ph (08) 98447766

People – LifeTree

Henry Camfield (1799-1872) - Established the Burswood Farm Estate. - Then to Albany.

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