Armed Services: Over 1000 Great War veterans.
Boiler Maker: Developed the famous Lancashire Boiler.
Cholera victims: This disease caused many deaths before tapped water was introduced.
Dockers: They helped make Salford an important port.
Engineers: Who worked in the local foundries and iron works
Famous people: Charles Hallé, Mark Addy
Gold Medal: Winner in 1908 Olympics Eric Forsyth
Health workers: Doctors,Nurses,Herbalists
Life Savers: Mark Addy, George Fearnley
Munich air crash Eddie Colman: A 'Busby babe' and son of Salford
Notorious: The 'Salford Poisoner' - Samuel Hill Derby
Ordinary people: Over 330,000 interred here
Public servants: Councillors, MP's
Quoits: World champion William Whittaker
Railwaymen: Some killed in accidents
Sailors: Who died at sea and on other waterways
Teachers: From day schools,further education colleges & Sunday schools
Union members & Socialists: People who campaigned to make life better for the working man.
Victoria Cross: Winner William Norton
War damage: Headstones riddled with bullet holes can still be seen from when the Cemetery was bombed in WW2
Yarns makers: The spinners made the yarns for the weavers
Zero hour: 7:30am 1st July 1916, the Salford Pals went over the top and fell into history