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Georgia is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States, known for its diverse population, rich history, and natural beauty. One of the ways that historians and genealogists can explore Georgia's history is through cemetery records.

Georgia cemetery records are valuable resources for anyone interested in tracing their family history or studying local history. These records contain information about the people buried in a particular cemetery, including their names, dates of birth and death, and sometimes even their occupations, military service, or cause of death. By studying cemetery records, researchers can gain insight into a community's demographics, social structure, and cultural traditions.

Georgia has a long and fascinating history, which is reflected in its cemeteries. Many of the state's earliest settlers are buried in small, family-owned cemeteries scattered throughout the countryside. These cemeteries often contain unique headstones or markers that provide clues to the life and times of those buried there.

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

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