In some regions your local council or town clerk may have information on who is buried in cemeteries within their jurisdiction.
For burials in relatively modern times (20th century and later) death certificates and obituaries often list where an individual is buried.
The USGenWeb project has created a web site for every county in every state of the US. Many have some sort of cemetery listing related to them that you can search on-line. In addition, a variety of other on-line cemetery indexes are available.
You can contact the county in which you think someone was buried. They may be able to provide you with cemetery records. You can also do a records search online.
Like any spouse of someone buried in a military cemetery, Jaqueline had a legal right to be buried with her husband.
If someone is buried at any national military cemetery, including Arlington, and her or his child dies before reaching adulthood, then that child can be buried with the parent.
Christ was not buried in a public cemetery.
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Arlington National Cemetery's visitor center: For General Information, Location of Gravesites, & Visitor Information (703) 607-8000
At her request, she is buried near John Kennedy in Arlington National Cemetery. As the widow of a person buried there, she has that right, just like any widow (or widower) has to be buried next to someone interred in a military cemetery.
Mozart was buried in a cemetery
he was buried at the cemetery dah!
A cemetery is a place where people are buried after death.
Shakespeare is not buried in a cemetery. He is buried in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Yes, a cremated Catholic can be buried in a Catholic cemetery.