Arizona Cemetery Records

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Three volumes of books published by the Arizona Genealogical Society on cemeteries in the state are located at the Department of Library, Archives, and Public Records, Research Division. The archives also holds more than three hundred sheets of microfiche alphabetically listing people who lived in the state thirty years or more prior to their death. It is derived from an index to obituaries recorded mainly in Phoenix newspapers, but covering deaths from all over the state between 1865 and 1986.  
Three volumes of books published by the Arizona Genealogical Society on cemeteries in the state are located at the Department of Library, Archives, and Public Records, Research Division. The archives also holds more than three hundred sheets of microfiche alphabetically listing people who lived in the state thirty years or more prior to their death. It is derived from an index to obituaries recorded mainly in Phoenix newspapers, but covering deaths from all over the state between 1865 and 1986.  
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The US GenWeb Project has a growing transcription database from cemeteries throughout the state. It can be accessed by county <www.rootsweb.com~cemetery/arizona.html>. Another growing database of Arizona cemetery transcriptions is the website <www.interment.net>.
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The US GenWeb Project has a growing transcription database from cemeteries throughout the state. It can be accessed by county [http://www.rootsweb.com~cemetery/arizona.html www.rootsweb.com~cemetery/arizona.html]. Another growing database of Arizona cemetery transcriptions is the website: [http://www.interment.net www.interment.net].

Revision as of 21:25, 22 April 2010

This entry was originally written by Dwight A. Radford and Nell Sachse Woodard for Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources.

This article is part of
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Arizona Maps
Arizona Land Records
Arizona Probate Records
Arizona Court Records
Arizona Tax Records
Arizona Cemetery Records
Arizona Church Records
Arizona Military Records
Arizona Periodicals, Newspapers, and Manuscript Collections
Arizona Archives, Libraries, and Societies
Native Americans of Arizona
Arizona County Resources
Map of Arizona


Three volumes of books published by the Arizona Genealogical Society on cemeteries in the state are located at the Department of Library, Archives, and Public Records, Research Division. The archives also holds more than three hundred sheets of microfiche alphabetically listing people who lived in the state thirty years or more prior to their death. It is derived from an index to obituaries recorded mainly in Phoenix newspapers, but covering deaths from all over the state between 1865 and 1986.

The US GenWeb Project has a growing transcription database from cemeteries throughout the state. It can be accessed by county www.rootsweb.com~cemetery/arizona.html. Another growing database of Arizona cemetery transcriptions is the website: www.interment.net.

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