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Re: Pre-1900 Burial Records-Washington Count
Posted by: Kate Hohlt Date: April 16, 2000 at 12:42:31
In Reply to: Pre-1900 Burial Records-Washington Count by Ford Griggs of 354

The best place to find pre-1900 burial records are at the church where the person you are researching was a member. The churches of Washington County kept pretty good records of baptisms, confirmations, deaths.


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