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Alberta Cemetery Records

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Alberta is located in western Canada and is the fourth most populous province in the country. The province has a rich history that dates back to prehistoric times, and many of its historical artifacts and documents are preserved in the province's archives and libraries.

One of the most important records that is preserved in Alberta is its cemetery records. These records provide valuable information about the lives and deaths of people who lived in the province. Cemetery records typically include the name of the deceased, the date and place of death, and the location of the burial site. They may also include other details such as the cause of death, the age of the deceased, and the names of family members.

There are several resources for accessing cemetery records in Alberta. Many of the province's cemeteries have their own websites or online databases that provide information about burials and cemetery plots. Local historical societies and genealogy groups may also have information about cemeteries and burial records in their communities.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Alberta cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

If you would like to contribute your Alberta cemetery records to this archive, please visit our Publishing Guidelines.

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