Northern Ireland Cemeteries
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Gravestone inscriptions can be a useful source of family history information. Sometimes, multiple family members are buried in the same vault and the inscription will give information on all that are buried there. Gravestones may give birth, marriage, and death information. They may also give clues about military service and occupation, or family members buried in the same area. Sometimes they give more information than the parish burial register or civil certificate of death. Gravestone inscriptions are especially helpful for identifying ancestors who are not recorded in other existing records.
- Northern Ireland Cemetery Records from interment.net. These are partial records for 3 counties: Derry (Londonderry), Fermanagh, and Tyrone.
- Belfast City Burial Database Free to look up records in Belfast from 1869 onwards using the burial record search facility. Fee to buy images of burial records that are over 75 years old.
For other sources, see Ireland Cemeteries.