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Kansas Cemetery Records

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Kansas is a state located in the Central Plains region of the United States. It's known for its flat plains, rolling hills, and vibrant history. One aspect of that history is the way it has been recorded in cemetery records. Cemeteries in Kansas are an important resource for genealogists and historians, providing a wealth of information about the people who have lived and died in the state.

Kansas has a long history, with many of its early settlers coming from the East Coast and Europe in the 1800s. As these settlers arrived, they established cemeteries to bury their dead, and these cemeteries are still in use today. Many of the cemeteries in Kansas have been well-maintained, and their records are often well-preserved, making them an excellent source of information for those looking to research their family history.

Kansas cemetery records are generally kept by the county in which the cemetery is located. These records include information such as the name of the deceased, their date of birth and death, and the location of their grave. Many cemetery records also include information about the deceased's family, such as the names of their parents, spouse, and children.

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

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