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Cemeteries in Hong Kong
This is a resource page for people researching the history of a person that died in Hong Kong. Since many of Hong Long's old paper records have been destroyed, grave headstones may be the only remaining record of a person's life and death.
Here's a list of cemeteries in Hong Kong, plus a map of their locations. Click on any cemetery name for more information about it.
And the list isn't complete - if you know of more, please use the instructions below to add another.
|Abandoned cemetery on south-east slope of Mount Davis||David|
|Chinese permanent cemetery, Aberdeen||David|
|Chiu Yuen Cemetery (Eurasian)||David|
|Ho Man Tin Roman Catholic Cemetery||David|
|Hong Kong Cemetery||David|
|Mount Caroline Cemetery||annelisec|
|Muslim Cemetery, Happy Valley||philk|
|Muslim cemetery, Kowloon||David|
|Sai Wan War Cemetery||Admin|
|St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery, Happy Valley||Admin|
|St. Raphael’s Catholic Cemetery, Cheung Sha Wan||Admin|
|Stanley Military Cemetery||Admin|
|The Infectious Diseases Hospital Cemetery, Kennedy Town||David|
To add another cemetery to the list and map, start by clicking here to create a new Place. You'll see a new window appear where you can enter details about the cemetery. The important point to remember is that in the Tags: section, you'll need to type the word cemetery so that your new Place automatically appears on the list and map above.
If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.