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Online Obituary Resources

  • The National Hall of Records is a trusted source for online obituaries, death notices and memorials. In partnership with the Funeral Homes across the United States to list obituaries online:
    www.nhor.org

  • Christine Sievers's overview about how to find obituaries:
    www.suite101.com/article.cfm/genealogy/16277

  • The Obituary Links Page by Bill Cribbs provides links to general obituary web pages, obituary lookup sites, personal home pages, search engines, and more. Allows the user to search by surname or locality. Also includes links to cemetery sites:
    www.obitlinkspage.com/

  • John Fuller's list of obituary and cemetery mailing lists:
    www.rootsweb.com/~jfuller/gen_mail_cemetery.html

  • David Dole's one-man crusade to induce newspapers to insert into every obituary they publish a 15-character code, which will allow any researcher working with an obituary -- clipped from its paper and unidentified as to source or date (as they so often are) -- to identify the paper, its location, and the publication date:
    www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pgcs/

  • Cemetery record resource links


 
 
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