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Locating Historical and Genealogical Societies

Sometimes your best means of locating an ancestor's burial place is by contacting a genealogical or historical society in the area in which he or she lived. To find societies that might be able to help in your search, try these links:

  • Cyndi's List of societies and groups - ethnic, lineage, national, etc. Includes extensive alphabetical listing which has many local genealogical and historical societies: http://www.CyndisList.com/society.htm
  • Cyndi's List of state resources. Look under your state of interest and select "societies and groups." http://www.CyndisList.com/usa.htm

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