Links to Other Resources
Be sure to observe proper etiquette when visiting cemeteries (see Appendix C).
What does Arizona law say about disturbing graves?
In accordance with the law, the State of Arizona has published certain Arizona birth and death certificates. Birth certificates through 1935 as well as death certificates through 1960 are now available as .pdf files.
The State of Utah has placed .pdf images of Utah death certificates through 1961 online.
The Association for Gravestone Studies encourages the preservation of historic cemeteries. Links to many articles on methodology.
Trying to locate the grave of a particular individual, famous or non-famous? Try Find-A-Grave. Many of the entries include digital photos and short biographies.
View digital photos of Arizona Gravestones and submit your own.
The Tombstone Transcription Project lists cemeteries which have already been transcribed and provides links to those transcriptions that are available via the internet.
Interment.Net provides webspace for transcriptions of cemeteries. (Be aware, however, that many transcriptions are not complete.)
The Arizona Department of Library, Archives and Public Records (DLAPR) offers links to websites of genealogical interest.
The Arizona Genealogy Advisory Board (AzGAB) maintains a registry of ongoing genealogical projects. Discover who's working on what.
Visit the Rosson House website for a calendar of upcoming events at Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix.
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