Monday, February 19, 2018

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Tombstone Search Instructions

USearch Databasese the Search option to locate a burial record. The search system will find all records that contain any part of the text you enter. The Deceased Name, Original Purchaser and Notes fields are searched simultaneously. If you click on the Deceased Name or the Original Purchaser a detailed view of the record is displayed. You can then use the NEXT and PREV links to scroll the database one record at a time. From the detail view, click the database name to return to the list view. Use the navigation links at the bottom of each list to navigate multiple pages.

Found an Error? If so, use our Tombstone records correction reporting tool to let us know.

Can't find what you need? Try searching one of our other databases: Interments Database or Solider Interments

**** Tombstone Data Credit ****

 The original source for these tombstone records is the 1985 typed manuscript books authored by Mr. Walter and Mrs. Annie Salassi, now deceased. The City obtained permission to publish these records to the internet from the Salassi heirs who believe it is in accordance with the purpose the Salassis’ set out to accomplish in recording tombstone information of the City’s Cedar Hill Cemetery.The City, along with the heirs to Walter and Annie Salassi, do not assume any responsibility for any inaccuracies in the data. These records are for general reference information and any information should be verified by his or her personal field work, along with the use of other sources.

These records may not be updated with the current burial data. For that information please see our Interments Database.


Tombstone Database

Last Modified Tuesday, 24 March 2015 11:40