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Websites

The following websites will help you find cemetery records, transcriptions, and headstone photographs currently available online:

Resources at the Maryland State Archives

  • Tombstones and Cemetery Records. A bibliography for each county in Maryland is listed on this site. Other resources are also available.
  • Funeral Home Records are closely related to a search for cemetery records. The Maryland State Archives website maintains a list of funeral homes and identifies where some of the records are located.

National Cemeteries in Maryland

African American Cemeteries in Maryland

Cemetery records at the Family History Library

Click here to see the full list of cemetery records available at the Family History Library for Maryland: Maryland cemetery records at the Family History Library. A few examples from this list include:

The county-by-county list of the cemetery record transcripts available at the Family History Library is:

  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Index to United States Cemeteries. Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988. (Family History Library films 1206468-94.) Film 1206475 includes Maryland among other states.

The Maryland Historical Society has many cemetery records. They are often filed with records of the church they were associated with. Many tombstone inscriptions have also been published in periodicals.

Maryland Cemetery Message Boards and Online Mailing Lists

If you need help finding the cemetery where your ancestor was buried in Maryland, an online message board or mailing list might be helpful:

Maryland counties

See the county pages for a list of cemeteries located in each of Maryland's counties:


 

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