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Nebraska Cemetery Records
Nebraska is located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is known for its vast prairies, rolling hills, and fertile farmland. The state is home to many historic sites and landmarks, including numerous cemeteries that are of great interest to genealogists and family historians.
Nebraska cemetery records date back to the early days of settlement in the region. Many of the state's cemeteries were established in the mid-1800s, as pioneers began to settle the area. As a result, the records of these cemeteries contain valuable information about the early settlers of the state, including birth and death dates, family relationships, and other genealogical data.
Nebraska cemetery records are a valuable resource for anyone researching their family history in the state. From the earliest settlers to the present day, the cemeteries of Nebraska provide a window into the lives of those who helped shape the region into what it is today.
Cemetery records published here were acquired from Nebraska cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.
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