Austria: Cemeteries

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The City of Vienna has put most of its Cemetary Records online,&nbsp;by searching who is buried in the same grave you can put families together.&nbsp; It does not give the birth date of the deceased, just the day of burial.<br>[https://www.wien.gv.at/grabauskunft/internet/suche.aspx https://www.wien.gv.at/grabauskunft/internet/suche.aspx]
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The City of Vienna has put most of its Cemetary Records online,&nbsp;by searching who is buried in the same grave you can put families together.&nbsp; It does not give the birth date of the deceased, just the day of burial.<br>https://friedhoefewien.at/
  
For Jewish&nbsp;graves in Vienna and several other cities in Niederösterreich consult the website below:
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For Jewish&nbsp;graves in Vienna and several other cities in Niederösterreich consult the website below:  
  
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The City of Vienna has put most of its Cemetary Records online, by searching who is buried in the same grave you can put families together.  It does not give the birth date of the deceased, just the day of burial.
https://friedhoefewien.at/


For Jewish graves in Vienna and several other cities in Niederösterreich consult the website below:

http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/search.asp?lang=en