About the Grange Cemetery
Learn about the cemetery and its history
Our work in the cemetery
Work done by the volunteers of the Friends of Grange Cemetery
Restoration of fallen grave stones
Re-erection of smaller stones by the Community Payback scheme organised by Alan McKinney and professional lifting of larger stones sponsored by the Grange Association
Alphabetical list of researched graves
Touch here, then on the burial below:
Read details about interesting burials we have researched.
Trees in the Grange Cemetery
See the kinds of trees and a plan with photos of the best specimens.
War Graves within the Cemetery
Information about the war graves in the cemetery.
Download booklets about notable burials
Download our booklets about the cemetery.
Donate to support our work
Tap here, then choose how to make your donation:
The restoration of each large memorial costs typically £500. Any amount you can donate will help towards these costs.
Donate by SMS text (£1 – £20):
Each booklet costs us about £2 to produce, print and distribute
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Texts cost one standard rate message plus your donation. Our text donations service provider retains a 5% fee. You will be invited to confirm that your donation is eligible for Gift Aid which will increase the amount receivable by us.
Help us to produce the booklets on notable burials and support our work to restore fallen monuments.
In 2015 the Grange Association donated two information boards at the East and West Gates of the Grange Cemetery. These boards identify 24 interesting people who have headstones in the cemetery.
The project was initiated by Dorothy Ryle and supported by the Grange Association through their Legacy Subgroup. The group was coordinated at first by Alistair Keating then by Alison Bramley. Joanne Lamb was responsible for the considerable amount of research involved and wrote the biographies; Neil Davidson researched the history of the land; Erick Davidson led the design work; and Jenny Dawe led the editing task. Charlie Holt, Cemeteries Manager, Edinburgh City Council, was supportive throughout. Funding for the project came from the Legacy left to the Grange Association by Ronald Mackenzie. In addition, Ian McHaffie researched five graves with Greek inscriptions (more information here).
The map below is interactive and shows the sites of the 53 burials. Hover the cursor to see the names or, for more information, click on the letters or numbers on the map or click on the name at the foot of the page.