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North Dakota Cemetery Records
North Dakota is located in the northern region of the United States. It is the 19th largest state in terms of area and the fourth smallest in terms of population. Despite its relatively small size, North Dakota has a rich history and culture, and its cemetery records are a testament to that.
North Dakota cemetery records has a strong prevalence of Scandinavian names. Mmany of the state's early settlers were of Norwegian, Swedish, or Danish descent. As a result, many of the state's cemeteries contain a large number of Scandinavian surnames, which can be useful for researchers who are tracing their Scandinavian ancestry.
North Dakota cemetery records are a valuable resource for anyone interested in the state's history and culture. From the earliest settlers to modern times, North Dakota's cemeteries provide a window into the lives of those who have passed on, and they are an important part of the state's heritage.
Cemetery records published here were acquired from North Dakota cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.
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Recent North Dakota Cemetery Records
- Weeks Cemetery, Westhope, ND (Bottineau County), 24 records
- Grafton State School Cemetery, Grafton, ND (Walsh County), 412 records
- Crescent Masonic Cemetery, Grafton, ND (Walsh County), 582 records
- Sunset Memorial Gardens, Fargo, ND, 7,662 records
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