Dalkin, R. Nixon. 1985, Colonial era cemetery of Norfolk Island / R. Nixon Dalkin Pacific Publications Sydney
Dunn, Cathy. 2012, Norfolk island deaths [electronic resource] : 1st settlement 1788 - 1814 / Cathy Dunn
How to access Norfolk Island cemetery and burial records online and in the Library.
Norfolk Island has one cemetery, located at Kingston, on the shores of the aptly named Cemetery Bay. Burials have taken place here from the period of the first settlement to the present day.
Currently, funeral services are carried out by the Norfolk Island Hospital as there are no commercial funeral parlours. There are also no crematorium facilities. If a person dies on Norfolk Island it is not necessarily the case that they will be interred on the Island as their remains may be transported to another locality for cremation or burial.
Under the Public Reserves (Amendment) Act 2009, a sexton may be appointed by the Island's Administrator to be "...responsible for the day to day management and control of the cemetery and has such duties as may be determined by law or the terms of appointment."
CD-ROMs in the Library
Australian News and Information Bureau. 1961, Cemetery, Norfolk Island, September 1961, (2) [picture]
< http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-vn4590810 >
Dunn, Cathy. & McCoy, Liz. 2014, Norfolk Island Rev. Fulton baptisms, burials and marriages 1801 - 1806 / Cathy Dunn, author, photographer ; Liz McCoy, photographer Mrs Cathy Dunn Milton, N.S.W.