There has been a chapel at Cornhill-on-Tweed since Saxon times: a chapel is certainly recorded as having been there from the 14th Century, which was pulled down for the new church in 1752. Our database records transcriptions at three Cornhill-on-Tweed churchyards. Please see About the Cornhill-on-Tweed churchyards for more background information about this project. ALL TRANSCRIPTIONS MIRROR THE SPELLING ON THE HEADSTONES SO YOU WILL FIND ANOMALOUS SPELLING.
Near St Helen's Church.
Annexe by the main churchyard.
Churchyard near the village hall.