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Colorado Obituary Records

Colorado is a beautiful place to call home and it is a growing retirement destination for people all over the United States. This means that the number of Colorado obituaries over the last few years has skyrocketed. Luckily, many local newspapers, libraries and community groups have put these listings online so people from anywhere in the world can find the listing they are searching for. For instance, if you are looking for very old listings from as far back as 1859, you may want to start with the Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection website. Their database is fully searchable and free to use. Colorado obituary records can also be found through the Colorado Clues website, as well as through a huge database maintained by the Denver Public Library. The library database offers listings from as far back 1939. If you are searching for Jefferson County listings, the Foothills Genealogical Society has an online database you can search. Kit Carson County also has an online searchable database through the Colorado State Archives. Finally, the Summit County listings are available through the local historical society. Finding the listings you are looking for here is simple as long as you know where to start your search.

 
State of Colorado Resources & Statistics
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Population:
4,456,939

 
Under 18:
1,679,192

 
Over 65:
492,685

 
Employed:
3,268,175

 
Land in Square Miles:
103,717.53

 
Acres of Farms:
31,336,093

 
Births:
68,944

 
Deaths:
29,627

 
Infant Deaths:
397

 
 
Murder:
157

 
Forcible Rape:
2,098

 
Robbery:
3,365

 
Assault:
11,326

 
Total Violent Crime:
16,946

 
Burglary:
28,256

 
Larceny \ Theft:
98,950

 
Motor Vehicle Theft:
13,519

 
Total Property Crime:
140,725