Your Guide to Cemetery Research

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F+W Media, Apr 22, 2002 - Reference - 192 pages
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Provides information on cemetery research covering such topics as locating graves and cemeteries, accessing death records, searching a cemetery, and American burial customs.

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As a professional Genealogist, volunteer for Whispers from the Dust, and Findagrave.com, I love this site. This book goes in depth about areas outside the cemeteries to research burial records. This is a must need on your shelf genealogy book. Wish I could find it for sale somewhere. I checked mine out from our local library and exceeded my amount of time to check it out.  

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A lot of great information, but the Internet info is a bit out of date (as is expected). You don't need to actually go to Family History Library or centers to access most of the info the author suggests - this info is all available online via ancestry.com or the familysearch.org. Read full review

Contents

Locating Graves Cemeteries
47
Searching a Cemetery
81
Bringing Home a TombstoneLegally m
111
Copyright

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Carmack is a Certified Genealogical Record Specialist.

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