Use vital information to find a person’s grave
- Contact funeral homes that were in business during the time of death and see if they have any records of your ancestor: In most cases, you will be told which cemetery to search.
- Contact the city or county clerk’s office: Ask for the Vital Records Department.
Memorial Park Cemetery
|Location||5111 South Memorial Drive Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA Show Map|
|Memorials||57,634 added (75% photographed)|
Search. The cemetery is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Huron River Drive and Willow Road. The cemetery was established in 1926 and is 290 acres in size.Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
|Location||34A Bedford Street Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, 01742 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||3,665 added (75% photographed)|
Cave Hill National Cemetery
|Location||701 Baxter Avenue Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 40204 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||5,887 added (49% photographed)|
Resthaven Memorial Cemetery
|Location||4400 Bardstown Road Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 40218 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||42,059 added (55% photographed)|
Blue Hill Cemetery
|Location||700 West Street Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, 02184 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||11,699 added (51% photographed)|
Rest Haven Cemetery
|Location||1601 Pennsylvania Ave. Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, 21742 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||14,974 added (46% photographed)|
Rock Creek Cemetery
|Location||201 Allison St NW Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, 20011 USA Show Map|
|Memorials||42,824 added (65% photographed)|
This can be done by either calling the cemetery or using the cemetery’s online interment search which can be found on their website www.mountzioncemetery.com. Please add the plot location to the photo request and update the memorial page with the plot location as well.Mount Carmel. Interment search allows for a comprehensive search of individuals buried at our cemetery. If you are unsure of the name or spelling, it is best to enter as little information as possible to find the interment. Once you see the results, you can sharpen your search by entering more information.
How do I find a grave at a cemetery?
Use Google Searches for Cemetery Information
- Go to www.Google.com.
- Enter the first and last name of your ancestor, the city or county you think they may be buried in, and the word, “cemetery” and click search.
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