As noted in a recent article
on Keoland TV, the South Dakota State Historical Society has put a searchable index to a database of cemetery records online.
A 1940s-era collection of cemetery records is in the archives at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre and is a popular research tool for genealogists. Staff and volunteers have entered information from the records into a database during the past several years. The information is from a Works Progress Administration effort known as the Graves Registration Project. The inventory included the name of the deceased, the grave, lot, block and section number, date of death, age at death, gender and whether or not the person was a veteran. To check out the online database, go to http://apps.sd.gov/applications/DT58Cemetery/.
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