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.
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.
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission has a good database on wartime burials in Hong Kong - their list of graveyards is here
Invaluable resource: http://www.nmm.ac.uk/memorials/Index.cfm - the National Maritime Museum online archive. "The memorial database contains records of over 5000 church, cemetery and public memorials to seafarers and victims of maritime disasters, including many important works by prominent sculptors and designers."
There are 373 records from Hong Kong complete with inscriptions
Hong Kong Cemeteries - Tim Ko's lecture
Note from eurasian_david:
this should be useful: