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Delaware Cemetery Records

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Delaware, located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, is a small state known for its rich history and unique cultural heritage. With a population of around one million people, Delaware is also home to a number of historic cemeteries that have become important repositories of the state's cultural and genealogical history.

Delaware cemetery records offer a treasure trove of information for genealogists, including names, birth and death dates, relatives, and military and fraternal associations. These records can be invaluable resources for genealogists and historians looking to trace their family histories or uncover the stories of the people who helped shape Delaware's rich cultural heritage.

Overall, Delware cemetery records offer a fascinating glimpse into the state's past, and serve as important resources for anyone interested in exploring Delaware's unique cultural and genealogical heritage.

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

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Recent Delaware Cemetery Records Published

All Saints Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware, 17,375 records
Cathedral Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware, 62,070 records
Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Bear, Delaware, 1,536 records
Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Dagsboro, Delaware, 582 records

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