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Uncovering Black cemeteries paved over in Florida | 60 Minutes
In the 1950s, in Clearwater, Florida, Black cemeteries were supposed to be relocated for various development projects. But many graves were never relocated and the cemeteries were paved over.
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Cemetery Records both inside and outside the United States
Dates of States Recording Birth Records
- Understanding Delayed Birth Records.
- What year did each states begin recording birth records?
Dates of States Recording Death Records
- What year did each states begin recording death records?
Headstones & Memorial Symbols
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Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials or add photos, virtual flowers and a note to a loved one's memorial. Search or browse cemeteries and grave records for every-day and famous people from around the world.
What is the difference between Find a Grave and BillionGraves? Find A Grave and BillionGraves are similar in that both websites have cemetery data. The primary difference between the two companies is that with BillionGraves, EVERY record you find will have a photo and a GPS location.
Discover people from the Family Tree that are connected to historic places or cemeteries. Find out if you are related to any of them.
The overall goal of the Cemeterist Project is to document the world's cemeteries and those who are interred there in order to create and connect profiles of our deceased ancestors using original content . Cemeterists also serve as a local resource for photography, transcription, and research needs for existing ancestor profiles.
African American Cemeteries Projects