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McLeod County, MN Cemetery Records

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McLeod County, Minnesota is a vibrant and historically rich area that is known for its picturesque landscapes and close-knit communities. Within this county lies an important resource for genealogical research and historical preservation: the McLeod County cemetery records.

McLeod County cemetery records serve as a valuable tool for individuals interested in tracing their family history or exploring the area's past. These records provide a wealth of information about the people who lived and shaped the county over the years. They contain details such as names, birth and death dates, burial locations, and sometimes even additional information like military service, family relationships, and notable achievements.

McLeod County cemetery records cover a wide range of burial sites, including public cemeteries, churchyards, and family plots. From the larger, well-known cemeteries like the Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon or the St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Silver Lake to the smaller, lesser-known burial grounds tucked away in rural areas, the records offer a comprehensive view of the county's deceased residents.

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

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