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World Resources for Cemeteries, Probates, and Wills

Here are some world resources for cemeteries, wills, and probate records that we utilize in international research. Some are subscription sites, others are free. Do it yourself, or have us conduct a search for you by calling or submitting a request for a Free Estimate. If you find any invalid links, please let us know.

Find a Grave - Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials

Graves of Famous People - Find the graves of famous people around the world

Interment Net  - Records from 8,375 cemeteries from around the world

Commonwealth War Graves - 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars

Alberta Canada Cemetery Index

British Columbia Cemetery Finding Aid - A database of over 344,000 interments

British Columbia Municipal Cemetery Network

Vancouver, British Columbia Mountain View Cemetery

Ontario Canada Cemetery Aid - A database of over 2 Million interments

Northeastern Ontario Canada Graveyard Marker Gallery

New Hambug, Ontario Canada Cemetery Riverside Cemetery Index

Kitchener, Ontario Kitchener Ontario Woodland Cemetery

Waterloo County, Ontario, Cemetery Inscriptions cemetery inscriptions Cemetery Inscriptions

Other Canadian Cemeteries

Cemetery Records of Ireland

Famous Graves of Ireland

New Zealand Cemetery Records

German Cemeteries

German Cemetery Records

Scottish Wills

Cemetery Records of the United Kingdom

World Cemeteries

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