January 2020 Update

I received an update today for records added to for January 2020.

176,000+ New Cemetery Records Added

Browse them all for free! added 176,172 new cemetery records in the month of January 2020, covering 41 cemeteries across 12 states, 1 province, and 2 countries. These were contributed by genealogists like you, who visited cemeteries and wanted to share them in a free environment.

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Complete list of cemetery transcriptions published since last month:

 Canada, Quebec

Brome County, Austin, East Bolton Cemetery, 556 records
Brome County, Bolton-Est, Bolton Centre Cemetery, 297 records
Brome County, Mansonville, Chapel Hill Cemetery, 176 records
Brome County, South Bolton, Union Cemetery, 319 records
Compton County, Bury, Bown Cemetery, 317 records
Compton County, Compton, Compton Cemetery, 929 records
Compton County, Compton, Doak Cemetery, 21 records
Compton County, Cookshire, Cookshire Cemetery, 1,665 records
Compton County, Waterville, Assumption of Virgin Mary Cemetery, 613 records
Drummond County, South Durham, Saint James Cemetery, 258 records
Drummond County, South Durham, South Durham Cemetery, 510 records
Megantic County, Inverness, Boutelles Cemetery, 526 records
Megantic County, Kinnear’s Mills, Riverside Memorial Cemetery, 721 records
Megantic County, Maple Grove, Maple Grove Anglican Cemetery, 369 records
Megantic County, Rectory Hill, St. Stephen’s Cemetery, 224 records
Megantic County, Saint-Jean-de-Brébeuf, Christ Church Cemetery, 409 records
Richmond County, Danville, Sainte Anne Cemetery, 4,342 records
Richmond County, Melbourne, Maple Grove Cemetery, 654 records
Shefford County, Valcourt, St. Joseph D’Ely Cemetery, 2,569 records
Sherbrooke County, Sherbooke, Elmwood Cemetery, 6,511 records
Wolfe County, Wotton, Saint Hippolyte Cemetery, 1,591 records


Hartford County, Glastonbury, Green Cemetery, 3,822 records


Broward County, Hallandale Beach, Hallandale Beach Cemetery, 4,957 records


DeKalb County, Sycamore, Elmwood Cemetery, 8,857 records
DeKalb County, DeKalb, DeKalb County Cemetery, 193 records


Boone County, Boone, Linwood Park Cemetery, 16,584 records
Polk County, West Des Moines, Jordan Cemetery, 2,583 records


Washington County, Oakdale, Guardian Angels Cemetery, 2,101 records

North Carolina

Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Hebrew Cemetery, 1,453 records


Cuyahoga County, Rocky River, Lakewood Park Cemetery, 37,916 records
Miami County, Piqua, Forest Hill Union Cemetery, 4,088 records
Miami County, Piqua, Veterans Memorial Park, 3,808 records
Miami County, Fletcher, Fletcher Cemetery, 5,708 records
Tuscarawas County, Strasburg, Grandview Union Cemetery, 3,554 records


Bucks County, Telford, Trinity Cemetery of Telford, 1,265 records
Dauphin County, Hummelstown, Hummelstown Cemetery, 6,912, records


Harris County, Houston, Emanu El Memorial Park, 3,728 records


Clark County, La Center, Highland Cemetery, 374 records


Columbia County, Columbus, Hillside Cemetery, 14,754 records
Manitowoc County, Manitowoc, Evergreen Cemetery, 29,573 records


Johnson County, Kaycee, Kaycee Cemetery, 365 records





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