Search Death Records (United States)
- U.S. Newspapers, 50 State Full Search (1690-present)
- U.S. Obituary Database Search, (1696-present)
- U.S. Birth Announcements Database, (1700s-present)
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Cemetery records are organized geographically. From the home page, select the country you wish to find records in. From there, select the state or province.
Use the search form to search for the name of an interred. The search form handler will search across web pages found only on this website. It will not search web pages outside of this website. The search form can also be used to search for a geographic name.
This website contains interment records for several cemeteries. Most of these records were donated by other visitors, while some were collected by the staff of Cemetery Records Online. Visit "Cemetery Records on this Site" for a list of these web pages.
Conducting Your Own Research
- Do Cemeteries Keep Records?
- How to Find Out Where Someone is Buried For Free
- How Do I Find Out What Cemetery Someone is Buried in?
- How Do You Find Burial Records?
- How Many Cemeteries Are in the State of California?
- What is a Cemetery Sexton?
- What is the Difference Between a Cemetery and a Graveyard?
This is a tutorial on how you can go about finding the burial place of your friends and family.
The Cemetery Column
This is an electronic journal on genealogy with a leaning towards cemeteries. Read articles about genealogy and cemeteries. Visit the The Cemetery Column.
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