Nebraska Cemetery Records
Ask anyone who grew up in sight of the wide open fields and the warm summer winds of Nebraska and they will tell it you it is like no other place on Earth. In general, the cemeteries in this state are in good shape thanks to somewhat mild winters and the hard work of restoration organization from across the state.
If you are in search of Nebraska cemetery records, the first call you should make is directly to the burial site where your loved one is interred. However, if you are looking for an older record or if you aren't sure of the exact cemetery, the following sites may aid you in your search. The Nebraska Cemetery Association is in charge of maintaining the highest standards for record keeping and for maintenance and service from one end of the state to the other.
There is also a pair of important military burial sites in this state, as well, so if the record you are looking for belongs to someone who perished during war time or someone who was ever in the military, they may be located in either Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha or in Fort McPherson, located in Maxwell.