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North American Cemeteries Team

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Welcome to the North American Cemeteries Team, part of the Global Cemeteries Project.

The goal of this team is to document the final resting place, with known burial information, of people buried across North America.

Coordinator: Pip Sheppard

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There are 23 independent countries in North America and 22 dependent states. If you would like to start a new sub-team for your country please contact Susie MacLeod.





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I have been interested in historical/old/abandoned cemeteries for over 30 years. In fact I wrote a book about Winona County (Minnesota) cemeteries. When I started this three year project, there were 64 registered cemeteries and when I finished there were 84, I walked (transcribed/photographed) all but 1 pf them located far out into a swamp where all 9 stones had washed away. I would love to ensure these Winona County burials are preserved into WikiTree.
posted by Sam Skinner
I recently "adopted" a cemetery close to me and added it to Billion Graves. I have been taking photos (about 400) of the stones and trying to decipher the epitaphs on the older ones (1850-1860's). I would like to be involved in this project.
posted by Roxana (Johnson) Stitt
I would like to work with you on the Cemeteries. I have traveled around Kansas and some other states gathering information on cemeteries. I can share many grave sites.

sue ellen Stockwell Stultz

posted by Sue (Stockwell) Stultz