Wyoming cemetery records could be one of the best resources for data, and you are not even using them. Looking for data to help complete a family tree or genealogy project can be frustrating without the use of Wyoming cemetery records. While other vital records may leave out important data or be impossible to find, Wyoming cemetery records help make up for the missing pieces. For Definitions of all Cemetery Terms See Symbols on Gravestones and Their Interpretations
You can often find Wyoming cemetery records by:
- using the newspaper obituary database
- using the library for microfilm of newspapers and obituaries
- visiting a cemetery so you can obtain Wyoming cemetery records and also see the surrounding plots, which could provide data about other relatives by finding a family burial plot
- searching online, in person, in the library, a church, a county records building or by contacting someone by phone or email who works with Wyoming cemetery records
The bottom line is that if you have decided to use Wyoming cemetery records for your ancestry work you have a lot of options for finding them. Not only that but you may be amazed at the regular wealth of data Wyoming cemetery records can provide. You should be able to get a person’s full name, date of birth, original birthplace if out of state and even the name of a spouse.
If you are having trouble finding Wyoming cemetery records or other vital records, you may want to try to locate a volunteer group for the area. There are some genealogy groups that help with these services. Though you would still need to pay for the Wyoming cemetery records, it will at least be easier to find them by working with a trained, expert volunteer.
Keep in mind that most vital records do require a fee, even if just for shipping or handling. Of course in the long run this initial investment for vital records is well worth it if it helps you find the data you need. Regardless of what you are looking for, it is important to get started. The process of putting together a family tree can be challenging, but Wyoming cemetery records should help make it much easier.
Research In Wyoming Cemetery Records
The Wyoming State Archives holds some records relating to graves and burials in Wyoming. However, there is no statewide list available yet. It is in the process of being compiled.
Famous People Buried in Wyoming Cemeteries
|County||Name / Date / Cemetery||Description|
1787 – 12/20/1812
|Native American Explorer.
She was born a Shoshone around the year 1788 in their Rocky Mountain homeland which today is Idaho.
|Cemetery Name||Cemetery City|
|Carbon Cemetery||Carbon County|
Wyoming Cemeteries & Graveyards Links
- Wyoming Tombstone Inscription Project (usgwtombstones.org)
- Wyoming Obituary Project (usgwarchives.net)
- Epodunk – Wyoming Cemeteries (epodunk.com)
- Find a Grave – Wyoming Cemeteries (findagrave.com)
- Wyoming Cemeteries at Internment.net (interment.net)
- The Wyoming Political Graveyard (politicalgraveyard.com)
- Wyoming Cemetery Books (amazon.com)