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Cemetery records include tombstones of deceased people. Besides the name and date of the deceased, they may show date and place of birth, date of marriage and name of spouse. They may give more information than in the church register of burial. Read more about cemetery records in Australia.
To find tombstone inscriptions or burial records, you must know where an individual was buried. Clues to burial places may be found in funeral notices, obituaries, church records and death certificates. More information about finding burial records is in the article about Australia cemeteries.
The following list contain links to Australia Capital Territory cemeteries.
An on-line search of burials at the Gungahlan, Hall, Tharwa and Woden cemeteries is available at the ACT cemeteries website.
Australian Cemeteries is a gateway site to all known Australian cemeteries. Organised by state, it may provide links to contact information, online data, home pages, look-up volunteers, undertaker's data, transcript links, headstone photographs and maps, if available, for each cemetery listed.
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