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Take a look at the top 10 cemetery records we have compiled to help get your research started.
The State Library has created a 'Genealogy Chart' and a 'Drop Line Chart' to assist customers in researching family history:
Search burial, cremation and memorial records for services that have occurred at Enfield Memorial Park, Cheltenham Cemetery, Smithfield Memorial Park and West Terrace Cemetery.
Search burial, cremation and memorial records for services that have occurred at Centennial Park Cemetery.
The Advertise website makes available the mytributes database allows you to search death and funeral notices, bereavements, condolences, obituaries, memoriams, and more.
Our SA Deaths library guide provides a comprehensive list of online records, directories, resources, books, and items available on microfiche.
Genealogy SA is the leading resource for South Australian family history information.
The Ryerson Index allows you to search for death notice and obituaries in over 340 Australian newspapers, starting from 1803 to the present day.
Visit us to view the SA Death Indexes 1842-1972 following the introduction of civil registration.
Funeral notices from The Advertiser newspaper, compiled by Gerald A. Savill and corrected by volunteers at the State Library.
Visit us to view the Index to South Australian wills that have been granted probate 1844-1999.
The National Library of Australia's Trove provides family history researchers with access to Australian online resources including historic newspapers, archives, images and more.
Alfred Congdon, oldest son beside the grave of James Congdon, c. 1868 - 1900 [B 150863/53]