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MURRAY COUNTY CEMETERIES

A bit of serendipity (a fortunate discovery that was made accidentally) makes it possible to post this information months earlier than expected!

Long range plans included entering into the museum files listings of those buried in as many of Murray County's cemeteries as possible. To start collecting the information, a Google search was undertaken to see whether any of the cemeteries had already been posted on other websites. The search results revealed that someone had already posted on the Internet most of the Murray County cemeteries!

Close examination of the other website revealed that the person (or persons) who had posted that information had actually taken the project further than we had even considered–they had also posted cemeteries just across county lines in which Murray County citizens might be buried! For example, near Resaca, in Gordon County, and West Hill Cemetery in Whitfield County! To unknown friends in cyberspace, THANK YOU!

So, rather than try to reinvent the wheel, or even to make a duplicate wheel, click here to visit an impressive collection of data regarding burials of Murray County citizens:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/%7Ekaye/MCem.htm


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