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Queens County is located in the eastern part of New York City and is the second most populous borough after Brooklyn. It covers an area of 109 square miles and has a population of over 2.3 million people.

Queens County boasts a wide range of cemeteries, each with its own unique stories and contributions to the local history. Some of the notable cemeteries in Queens include Calvary Cemetery, the largest cemetery in the United States and the final resting place for many notable individuals, including prominent figures from the arts, politics, and sports. Another prominent cemetery is Mount Olivet Cemetery, known for its beautiful landscape and historic significance.

Queens County cemetery records play a crucial role in genealogical research and historical documentation. These records provide valuable information about individuals buried in the cemeteries, including their names, dates of birth and death, and sometimes additional details such as family relationships or military service. They serve as a valuable resource for those seeking to trace their family history or conduct research on notable individuals who have shaped the region.

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

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