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Alabama Dept. of Archives & History

P.O. Box 300100 / 624 Washington Ave.

Montgomery, AL 36130



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Cemeteries of Alabama

The federal government began collecting population census data in 1790. The federal census in Alabama was first enumerated in 1820. Since that time census' have been taken every ten years. The most recent census that is available to the public is the 1940 census. However, it is possible to request data about a deceased relative from the U. S. Bureau of the Census for censuses since 1940. The 1950 Federal Census will be available in April 2022.


National Cemeteries


Mobile National Cemetery Fort Mitchell National Cemetery
Alabama National Cemetery  
Key Underwood Coondog Memorial Park  




Autauga Baldwin Barbour
Bibb Blount Bullock
Butler Calhoun Chambers
Cherokee Chilton Choctaw
Clarke Clay Cleburne
Coffee Colbert Conecuh
Coosa Covington Crenshaw
Cullman Dale Dallas
De Kalb Elmore Escambia
Etowah Fayette Franklin
Geneva Greene Hale
Henry Houston Jackson
Jefferson Lamar Lauderdale
Lawrence Lee Limestone
Lowndes Macon Madison
Marengo Marion Marshall
Mobile Monroe Montgomery
Morgan Perry Pickens
Pike Randolph Russell
St. Clair Shelby Sumter
Talladega Tallapoosa Tuscaloosa
Walker Washington Wilcox