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Spain has many cemeteries. The Spanish word is 'cementerio', and often appears first in the name of the cemetery, but not all cemeteries will have the word as part of the name.  
 
Spain has many cemeteries. The Spanish word is 'cementerio', and often appears first in the name of the cemetery, but not all cemeteries will have the word as part of the name.  
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*[http://billiongraves.com/pages/cemetery/cemetery.php?cemetery_id=158536 Cementerio Moralzazral, Moralzazral, Madrid] BillionGraves
 
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Spain has many cemeteries. The Spanish word is 'cementerio', and often appears first in the name of the cemetery, but not all cemeteries will have the word as part of the name.

Headstone customs will often vary from country to country, so viewing pictures of headstones placed on sites such as Findagrave.com or BillionGraves will aid in knowing what to expect in other records as well as knowing how things are done so you can more accurately identify the ancestor who is buried where the headstone is.

Cemeteries