Plague Burial Sites, Eyam, Derbyshire

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The majority of plague victims have no known grave as they were buried near their houses. Here are details of the places that we know about.
None are recorded on FindAGrave.

Eyam Parish Churchyard - Only the rector's wife, Catherine Mompesson Carr-10381, is buried in the churchyard. There is a headstone for Abel Rowland.

Riley Graves - the Hancock family

Lydgate Graves - Mary & George Darby

Shepherds-Flat - some stones previously existed to the Mortins and Kempes families.

Bretton - The victims were of the families of Mortin, Hall and Townsend and a stone remains near to the Barrell Inn.

Eyam-edge - there were previously some grave-stones seen here.

Eyam Village - there were memorials around the village that have been destroyed over time so that none remain.

For more information please see: [History and Antiquities of Eyam by William Wood (1842)]

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