Cemetery/burial etc. links.
The Isle of Wight Council Bereavement Services (based at the IW Crematorium) is responsible for managing a number of island cemeteries (Ashey, Binstead, Carisbrooke, East Cowes, Newport (Fairlee and St Paul's), Northwood, Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor and Wroxall) and the Crematorium (opened 1962). They can supply details of cremations and burials at these cemeteries.
The Friends of Northwood Cemetery website includes a database of those buried at Northwood Cemetery (from 1856).
Ryde Social Heritage Group has an ongoing project to document burials at Ryde (from 1842), Binstead (from 1857) and Ashey (from 1911) Cemeteries and the churchyards of St John's Ryde and Binstead churches. Their website also includes their research and documents about the history of Ryde, Isle of Wight and surrounding districts.
The 'Old Kingston Cemetery Project' website includes a Burial Database of those buried at the East Cowes, Kingston Cemetery (from 1877).
A website documenting memorials and monuments on the Isle of Wight with in depth details of war burials and memorials.
The society is for all those who want to trace their ancestors. The website includes various databases including church burials back to the 16th century; in some cases including transcriptions and images of grave markers.
The Record Office preserves historical documents relating to the Isle of Wight and makes them available to the public for research. The documents span the 12th to the 21st centuries, and includes records of parish churches, estates, families, businesses, schools and local government.
Database of those Servicemen who died during WW1 and WW2, and civilians killed by enemy action during WW2.
Database of those Servicemen who died in service after 1 January 1948.
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.