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Oregon is a state located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is the ninth largest state in the country and is home to a diverse range of landscapes, including rugged coastline, dense forests, high deserts, and volcanic mountains. With a rich history dating back to pre-European settlement by indigenous peoples, Oregon has a wealth of historical records, including cemetery records, that provide insight into the lives of its inhabitants.

Oregon cemetery records are an important source of information for genealogists, historians, and researchers. They can provide valuable information about a person's birth and death dates, family relationships, and even social and economic status. In Oregon, cemetery records are typically maintained by local governments or private organizations, such as historical societies or genealogical societies.

Oregon cemetery records provide a valuable resource for those interested in genealogy and local history. With a range of resources available both online and in person, researchers can easily access information about the lives and deaths of Oregon's past inhabitants. Whether you are tracing your family's roots or researching a particular historical event, cemetery records are a crucial piece of the puzzle.

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

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