Unfortunately the graveyard is now derelict, and many of the stones are inaccessible and unreadable. It remains in the care of the City Council, but awaits resolution of legal issues before it can be tidied up.

In 1985, a few years after the church was abandoned as unsafe, the Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society transcribed the monumental inscriptions. Most of the records of the Burying Ground had been destroyed in a vestry fire, but one receipt book survived, allowing a plan of the 128 lairs in the graveyard to be drawn.

Their work can be downloaded as PDF files:

Gravestone inscriptions (1991 Kb)
Transcriptions in order of lair number.
Lair plan (99 Kb)
A hand-drawn diagram showing the number and location of each lair.
Index (546 Kb)
An alphabetical index of names with the numbers of their lairs. Names with an asterisk appear only in the receipt book and not on the stone.