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Funeral Homes

I have found that Funeral Homes are a great source of information. They are usually more than happy to supply you with the information that they have and usually don't charge you for copies of the records. I've even gotten copies of Obituaries and Death Certificates from them. If the Funeral Home your looking for has gone out of business, check other Funeral Homes in the area as the records are usually passed on to another Funeral Home in the area and they then become the keepers of the records.

  1. Funeral Net Internet Directory of US and Canadian Funeral Homes
  2. Morgan Funeral Homes - Ontario, Canada
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Page Updated: 06 February, 2001
 
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