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CHICAGO CEMETERY RECORDS 1847-1863 : SEXTON'S REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES, TREASURER RECEIPTS, DEEDS, AND UNDERTAKERS' REPORTS

Author: Chicago Genealogical Society.
Publisher: Evansville, Indiana : Evansville Bindery, Inc., [2008]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the early days of Chicago there was no specific burial site. Interments generally were made near the residence of the deceased, on a relative's property. Around 1835 the need for a public burying ground was recognized.
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Genre/Form: Genealogy
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chicago Genealogical Society.
ISBN: 9781881125143 1881125149
OCLC Number: 316067869
Description: xiv, 282 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1847-59. Sexton's receipts and certificates, treasurer receipts, deeds --
1863. Undertakers' reports.
Responsibility: Chicago Genealogical Society.

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In the early days of Chicago there was no specific burial site. Interments generally were made near the residence of the deceased, on a relative's property. Around 1835 the need for a public burying ground was recognized.

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