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Finding United States Cemetery Records

About United States Cemetery Records

The majority of us will end up in the same place, a cemetery. Our final resting place where family and friends can come visit us. But, for the family researcher cemetery records are not a dead end. Locating where an individual is buried can lead to additional records which may help fill out the life story of that individual. These records may include:

  • death certificates
  • obituaries
  • military records
  • funeral home records
  • information concerning other family members.

How to Find Cemetery Records

To locate cemetery records for particular states, click on a state name below.