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Illinois Digital Archives

About this collection

Collection provided by: Sangamon Valley Collection at Lincoln Library; Oak Ridge Cemetery; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library; and The Papers of Abraham Lincoln

 

Established in 1856, Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois, is the largest cemetery in Illinois in land area (365 acres). More than seventy thousand people are interred in this historic cemetery. With more than 2.5 million visitors each year, it is the second most-visited cemetery in the United States.

 

Each entry includes the name of the deceased; the date of death; age at death; cause of death; a designation of the grave location, through a combination of block, lot, range, and grave numbers; place of birth; and remarks.

 

Note: The text of each volume is searchable (within the volume) by name, year of death, and cause of death.

 

These records were made available through the collaborative efforts of the Sangamon Valley Collection at Lincoln Library, Oak Ridge Cemetery, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, and the Papers of Abraham Lincoln.

 
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