Binstead Cemetery is located in Cemetery Road, Binstead, to the west of Ryde. The cemetery opened in 1857.
The new maps of Binstead Cemetery have been produced by RSHG’s Map Master, David Earle, and Carol Strong. Many of the official records of the cemetery were destroyed in a fire so the cemetery has been surveyed to produce accurate maps.
For a map of the location of Binstead Cemetery click here.
Binstead Cemetery Maps
There are 20 maps covering the area of the cemetery which is divided into the Old and New cemeteries:
Legend – This contains important information to help you understand the maps.
Binstead Cemetery Map – New Cemetery – Plan showing how the individual RSHG numbered maps cover the whole of the New Cemetery.
Binstead Cemetery Map – Old Cemetery – Plan showing how the individual RSHG numbered maps cover the whole of the Old Cemetery.
Map RSHG B000 – Master plan of New Cemetery
Map RSHG B001 – Section A
Map RSHG B002 – Section B
Map RSHG B003 – Section C
Map RSHG B004 – Sections D;G
Map RSHG B005 – Section E
Map RSHG B006 – Section F
Map RSHG B007**
Map RSHG B008 – Section H
Map RSHG B009 – Section I
Map RSHG B010 – Section J
Map RSHG B011 – Section K ; KA
Map RSHG B012 – Section L
Map RSHG B013 – Section M
** NOTE: There is no Map RSHG B007 as the detail for Sections D ; G were small and fitted on to one map RSHG B004.
Map RSHG B014 – Master plan of Old Cemetery
Binstead Cemetery Alphabetical Indexes
The Indexes contain the names on all the graves that have been mapped whether they have been transcribed or not.
Binstead Old (A to Z unknown burial plot) ** This is a list of people who we know are buried in the Old Cemetery at Binstead but, because the original plot maps were destroyed in a fire, we do not know the location of their graves. If and when we are able to locate their graves our records will be updated.
For any enquiries you may have about the maps, indexes or mapping please contact us here.