Our nationally significant archive provides unique insight into our past and those who have gone before us
Ever since we carried out our first interment in 1828 the staff of the Dublin Cemeteries Trust have faithfully recorded and preserved the details of all those buried in our cemeteries. For some these records are the only remaining tangible piece of evidence of a life lived.
These burial registers have been preserved, digitised and transcribed to allow people from all over the world to carry out their own research. It is an exceptional resource for those seeking to trace their ancestry or hoping to discover more about life and death in Ireland over the past two centuries.
Encompassing the extant records of Dublin Cemeteries Trust, produced over the almost two hundred years of our existence, our archive gives unique insight into our past. Find out more about our collections.
Search the fully transcribed and digitised burial registers of the Dublin Cemeteries Trust. Here you can find information about those interred in the cemeteries under our care from 1828 to the present day.
If you discover the final resting place of a relative at one of our cemeteries, you may choose to leave a tribute, inscription or memorial on the grave. Our Headstones & Memorials workshop is happy to discuss your requirements.