1, We start by the main entrance off, appropriately, Cemetery Road. Head to the immediate right, passing the toilet block. As you walk, check out the headstones.
* In which year did John Usher die?
* What couple invites us to “So sing as well”?
2, Just after the first left turn, cross the grassy area diagonally, heading for a worn path along some trees. Keep an eye out for a gravestone with 15015 on the back (the side facing you). This marks the cemetery’s first ever burial, but…
* Where was the occupant from?
3, Turn around and continue along the grass, heading toward the chapel. You’ll arrive back at the path to the side of the chapel, by a small headstone for Harold Robson. Walk along the path, heading for the front of the chapel.
* Who was born 19-11-28?
* Why is Charles Robinson’s grave different?
4, Now at the front of the chapel, which is often used for events, find out…
* Whose remains are interred in Vault No.6 “beneath this portico”?
5, Turn around and walk along the long path heading directly away from the chapel.
* Who was Benjamin Gray’s wife?
6, At the compass, turn right (or east, as it points)
* Who died “after a few days illness” in 1877?
7, Turn right, following the curved path.
* Whose headstone looks like an object featured in 2001: A Space Odyssey?
8, Turn to the right, onto the path heading toward the short step steps, and go up them.
* A grand statue guards Solly’s wife. What was her name?
9, Keep moving forwards, heading toward a small group of stone angels.
* One such heavenly being believes who to be “worthy of everlasting love”?
10, Turn left onto the next path you come to, which stretches on beneath overhanging trees.
* How old was William Richard Allison when he died in 1918?
11, Turn left once more. You’ll see a pergola at the end of the path. Head toward it.
* Private E. R. Walton was a part of what interesting-sounding army battalion?
* And, as you approach it, after who was the pergola named?
12, Turn right.
* Where was Albert & Eugenie Till’s son interred?
13, When you pass a huge grey marble cross, turn left and keep walking.
* Why is Chad Martel’s headstone different?
* Who wishes us to “take time to see as woods we pass”?
14, Turn left onto the long wide path running along the cemetery’s perimeter wall.
* Who had children called Zhooki and Nina?
* Which sculptor gets a finely sculpted Column as his memorial?
15, At the end of the long path, turn let and you’ll find yourself back at the entrance near a group of short headstones. But before you go…
* Who was a loving husband of Betty’s?
1: 1904, Janet & Alwyn Fletcher. 2: Heworth. 3: Thomas C. Stobbs, huge column of eroded stone. 4: Mary Hands. 5: Elizabeth. 6: Mary Jane Wright Marsh. 7: David Brian Slater’s. 8: Freda. 9: Bertha Ross. 10: 50. 11: Northern Cyclist Battalion, Margaret Grant. 12: Tacoignieres, France. 13: It’s a huge lump of rock, Marcus Roy Randall. 14: Natalia Nikolayevna Thompson, John Atkinson. 15: Jack Page.