Find your British ancestors through the Ryedale Burials. Explore thousands of records and discover you relative’s age at death, minister who officiated the ceremony and last residence. The records stretch across the Ryedale district in North Yorkshire and includes burials from six different parishes.

Each record is a transcript of the original registry. The details is the transcripts can vary depending on the parish and the date of death, but most will include a combination of the following details:

  • Name
  • Death date
  • Age
  • Abode (Residence)
  • Minister
  • Notes
  • County and country

Notes may include additional information about your ancestor; such as, if he/she was cremated or a former residence.

Discover More about the Ryedale Burials

Ryedale is located in North Yorkshire, England. The records includes ten parishes across the Ryedale district. The largest collection of records, over 1,000, comes from Rosedale, located in the centre of the North York Moors. The Moors became a National Park in 1952. The Ryedale district was created in April 1974 by the Local Government Act, 1972.

To assist with your research with have included a list of the parishes included.

PlaceBurial year (start)Burial year (end)
Cold Kirby18131979
Great Edstone18131999
Old Malton, St. Mary18131856