Cemeteries and Death Records:
Key: The date of a husbands death is often a key to finding the date a woman got a social security number (and vice-versa).
Note: See also Newspaper section to search for obituaries and death notices (remember-may appear in different newspapers, on different pages or on different days)
- American Battle Monuments Commission-- U S Soldiers Buried Overseas http://www.abmc.gov/search/index.php
- Joe Beine Death Indexes-- http://www.deathindexes.com/
- Billion Graves--http://billiongraves.com/
- Cemetery Census--cemeterycensus.com/ Cemetery information for select county counties in these states Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia
- Find a Grave-- (Remember--less search information is more likely to produce results) http://www.findagrave.com/
- Gravestone Photographic Resource-- http://gravestonephotos.com/index.php Currently most entries are from England or "British Colonies"
- Interment.net-- http://interment.net/
- Names in Stone-- http://www.namesinstone.com/
- Newspaper Obituaries on the Net-- http://newspaperobituaries.net/
- ($) Obits Archive-- Sister company to Genealogy Bank-- http://www.obitsarchive.com/ Free searches of obituaries since 1980; must pay to view the actual obituary.
- Social Security Death Master File-- http://ssdmf.info/
- U S Department of Veteran's Affairs-- http://www.va.gov/landing_nca.htm
Arlington National Cemetery: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Explore-the-Cemetery/Find-a-Grave