Montana, Deer Lodge County, Anaconda Cemetery Records - FamilySearch Historical Records
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Montana, Deer Lodge County, Anaconda Cemetery Records, 1878-2005
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|Deer Lodge County, Montana, |
|Flag of Montana|
|Location of Montana|
|Record Type||Anaconda Cemetery|
|Deer Lodge County, Montana, Clerk of District Court, Montana|
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This collection contains Deer Lodge county records covering the years 1878-2005.
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- Veteran status
- Plot coordinates
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