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Funeral home records or undertaker records can be a valuable source of family history information. Learn where to find them and how to use them to add new facts to your family tree.

How to Access Funeral Home Records

Funeral home records or undertaker records can be a valuable source of family history information. Learn where to find them and how to use them to add new facts to your family tree.

MEDGAR EVERS 1963 |  Funeral procession, June 15, 1963 |  Mourners march to the Jackson, Mississippi, funeral home following services for slain Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers. (AP Photo)

Medgar Evers' Murder: 50 Years Later

MEDGAR EVERS 1963 | Funeral procession, June 15, 1963 | Mourners march to the Jackson, Mississippi, funeral home following services for slain Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers. (AP Photo)

6 Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Funeral Homes & Morgues

6 Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Funeral Homes & Morgues

Abandoned Alabama Antebellum Homes | Ward's Funeral Home - a photo on Flickriver

Abandoned Alabama Antebellum Homes | Ward's Funeral Home - a photo on Flickriver

Search Funeral Home Records where your ancestor lived.

Search Funeral Home Records where your ancestor lived.

Funeral home records are a valuable family research resource providing information about church affiliations, education, military, memberships

Using Funeral Home Records for Genealogy

Funeral home records are a valuable family research resource providing information about church affiliations, education, military, memberships

Inside an Abandoned Downtown Funeral Home | Metro Jacksonville

Inside an Abandoned Downtown Funeral Home | Metro Jacksonville

Finding Funeral Home Records

Finding Funeral Home Records

abandoned-morgues-st.louis-Funeral homes can be just as creepy as cold and clinical morgues – especially when they’re literally crumbling ruins. The blog Vanishing STL chronicles two separate funeral homes that began as high Victorian mansions on St. Louis Avenue’s ‘Millionaires Row’, one lovingly maintained and the other left to decay. According to the blog, brick thieves have been taking the place apart piece by piece for years, destroying a huge portion of the mansion.

abandoned-morgues-st.louis-Funeral homes can be just as creepy as cold and clinical morgues – especially when they’re literally crumbling ruins. The blog Vanishing STL chronicles two separate funeral homes that began as high Victorian mansions on St. Louis Avenue’s ‘Millionaires Row’, one lovingly maintained and the other left to decay. According to the blog, brick thieves have been taking the place apart piece by piece for years, destroying a huge portion of the mansion.

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