At the end of each name, you will find a code [Examples: loc, sjo, svp, etc.] Each code represents the name of the cemetery where the deceased is buried. For additional information, including tombstone inscriptions and location of plot:
- Note the abbreviation of the cemetery.
- Go to the LINK MACHINE below or the KEY at the bottom of this page.
- Select the abbreviation.
- Click "Take Me There."
To Access Another Record,
Click the First Letter of the Surname you Wish to Research.
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QUATER Anthony | HTLCC |
QUATEROLO Mary [WYLONIS] | LOC |
QUATEROLO John | LOC |
QUINN Elizabeth A | ABVM |
QUINN Christopher J | ABVM |
QUINTINSKY Mother | SGO |
QUINTINSKY Brother | SGO |
QUINTINSKY Dad | SGO |
QUIRIN Vincent G | SCA |
QUIRIN Helen V | SCA |
| ABVM | HTLCC | ILNC | LIB1 | LIB2 | LOC | LOD | LOF | LOL | OSG | SCA | SFA | SHC | SJO | SPP | SVP |
Last One To Leave The Cemetery,
Please Close The Gate
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