Hi, Find a Grave - will not show all deaths/ burials at a Cemetery
All depends on persons - submitting the information - or volunteers - transcribing information found on Cemetery Grounds. It will not show burials where there is no headstone/ monument.
Cemetery Office Records - Will have All Burials for that particular cemetery.
Funeral Home - for the location - will have taken all personal information as required for the Registration of Death - They will know the name of the Cemetery - Who made arrangements - paid for same etc. If there was an Obituary published.
Public Library - for the location - May hold newspapers in their collection - can be searched for Obituary. which will show where service was to be held - name of Cemetery.
Registration of Death - from Govt of Alberta - Vital Statistics Dept or Provincial Archive
Birth, marriage and death records are called Vital Statistics.
The Provincial Archives of Alberta
Alberta Contact Information
General Inquiries: 780-427-1750
Sandra Thomson Reading Room: 780-427-1056
holds thousands of vital statistic records.
The Provincial Archives of Alberta is able to provide access to:http://provincialarchives.alberta.ca/how-to/search-your-gene...
•Death records older than 50 years
•Birth records that are older than 120 years
•Stillbirth records that are older than 75 years
•Marriage records older than 75 yearshttp://provincialarchives.alberta.ca/how-to/find-birth-marri...
The Provincial Archives holds probate records (which includes wills) for several judicial districts from around the province (ca. 1884-ca.1975). Indices are available for many of the records. Files less than 30 years old will still be in the custody of the Court.