Nebraska Cemeteries

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The [http://www.nebraskahistory.org/index.shtml Nebraska State Historical Society] and the [http://www.dar.org/ Daughters of the American Revolution] (DAR) Library in Washington, D.C. have 19 volumes of cemetery transcripts. These list over 110,000 names from 150 cemeteries collected from 1975 to 1979 by Clarabelle Mares and Kathrine Petersen. Additional cemetery records are found in the DAR collection described in the "[[Nebraska Genealogy|Genealogy]]" section.  
 
The [http://www.nebraskahistory.org/index.shtml Nebraska State Historical Society] and the [http://www.dar.org/ Daughters of the American Revolution] (DAR) Library in Washington, D.C. have 19 volumes of cemetery transcripts. These list over 110,000 names from 150 cemeteries collected from 1975 to 1979 by Clarabelle Mares and Kathrine Petersen. Additional cemetery records are found in the DAR collection described in the "[[Nebraska Genealogy|Genealogy]]" section.  
  
 
Nebraska is also home of [[Nebraska Military Records|Fort McPherson]], the site of a national cemetery established in 1873 on a 20 acre tract of the Fort McPherson Military Reservation. The remains of soldiers buried at a number of other forts in the intermountain area were relocated to the [http://lincoln.wathenadesigns.com/fort_mcpherson.html Fort McPherson National Cemetery] between 1878 and 1947.  
 
Nebraska is also home of [[Nebraska Military Records|Fort McPherson]], the site of a national cemetery established in 1873 on a 20 acre tract of the Fort McPherson Military Reservation. The remains of soldiers buried at a number of other forts in the intermountain area were relocated to the [http://lincoln.wathenadesigns.com/fort_mcpherson.html Fort McPherson National Cemetery] between 1878 and 1947.  
  
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=== Online Resources ===
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The following websites have Nebraska cemetery records online:
  
 
:*[http://www.interment.net/us/ne/index.htm Interment.net]  
 
:*[http://www.interment.net/us/ne/index.htm Interment.net]  
 
:*[http://www.findagrave.com Find A Grave]  
 
:*[http://www.findagrave.com Find A Grave]  
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:*[http://billiongraves.com/pages/search/index.php#cemetery Billion Graves]
 
:*[http://nebraskagravestones.org/ Nebraska Gravestones]  
 
:*[http://nebraskagravestones.org/ Nebraska Gravestones]  
 
:*[http://tombstones.nesgs.org/index.php Nebraska State Genealogical Tombstone Photo Project]  
 
:*[http://tombstones.nesgs.org/index.php Nebraska State Genealogical Tombstone Photo Project]  

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United States Gotoarrow.png Nebraska Gotoarrow.png Nebraska Cemeteries

The Nebraska State Historical Society and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library in Washington, D.C. have 19 volumes of cemetery transcripts. These list over 110,000 names from 150 cemeteries collected from 1975 to 1979 by Clarabelle Mares and Kathrine Petersen. Additional cemetery records are found in the DAR collection described in the "Genealogy" section.

Nebraska is also home of Fort McPherson, the site of a national cemetery established in 1873 on a 20 acre tract of the Fort McPherson Military Reservation. The remains of soldiers buried at a number of other forts in the intermountain area were relocated to the Fort McPherson National Cemetery between 1878 and 1947.

Online Resources

The following websites have Nebraska cemetery records online: