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Lake County, IN Cemetery Records

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Lake County Cemetery Records date back to the 1800s and contain information on over 120 cemeteries throughout the county. These records provide information on burial locations, burial dates, and other important details about the individuals buried there.

Lake County has a rich history dating back to the early 19th century, and its cemetery records are an invaluable resource for genealogists and historians alike.

Cemetery records in Lake County, Indiana are an important resource for anyone researching their family history or studying the history of the area. The information contained within these records provides a unique glimpse into the lives and deaths of those who came before us and helps us to better understand the history and culture of the region.

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

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Lake County Cemeteries

Downloadable Files

  • pdf Three Cemeteries in Hammond, IN, (6.1 MB), Ann Habzansky Keightley, 1982, Tombstone transcriptions of Holy Ghost Orthodox, Holy Ghost Byzantine, and St. Nicholas Catholic Cemeteries on Northcote Avenue between 167th and 168th Streets in Hammond, Indiana.
  • pdf Cemeteries in Lake County, IN, (684 KB), Northwest Indiana Genealogical Society, 1985, A list of Lake County Cemeteries, organized by township with name, address and city or town with hand written additions.
  • pdf Hanover Township, Burial Places & Cemeteries, (14.0 MB), 1965, Crown Point Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution - Miscellaneous pages of typed and handwritten research materials about early Hanover Township, Cedar Lake cemeteries and the families buried there.
  • pdf Hessville Cemetery & Pauper Cemetery, (34.4 MB), 1987, Ann Keightley - Gravestone transcription of the Hessville Cemetery (now named "Hess Cemetery") and Pauper Cemetery on Arizona and 169th in Hammond, IN.

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