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Geographically before the War of 1776 most of the US and the Caribbean was claimed by the British.
This may have implications for the methods used to examine gravesites for that period.
In rurial areas of the Caribbean Islands there are many interesting family grave sites that belong to African familites who for many generation have entombed their families on the land which they own.Any information regarding my family would be greatly appreciated. Looking for my grandfather who was born in 1906, William F. The reason I remember the cemetary's name is because my mother's name is Rosalind, and before she passed away, I asked her where my g-grandmother was buried. I think it is an African-American cemetary, because things were still the same. Looking for my ggrandparents gravesite, my family is from the Union Springs, AL area, and I'm looking for these gravesites for: Frank Underwood b: abt 1889 (death date unknown), and Anna or Annie Rouse, b: abt 1892 (death date unknown), who was married to Frank. I only know what has been stated about the Mississppi past.The cemetery was suppose to be the Sardis cemetery....which family had referred to as being Young Sardis and Old Sardis. I am looking for any info as to the gravesite for Mary and Daniel Adams of Monroe County Mississippi. It is thought that they were owned by the Stephen Adams family before emancipation.Such work can only be entered into if we know ourselves and continually strive to unfold and be at peace with ourselves and amongst our communities so that we can continue to build and protect ourselves and our children for the future. Do you have any information a about burial place for blacks in this county or the cities of Oak City, Hodgood, Windsor. I am searching information to trace the families genealogy. After purchasing a house and land that goes back to 1769 in Maryland, much time has been spent tracking its history.I am trying to locate cemetary records for my father's family. Also do you have any informatio about any burial places in Norfolk, V. Here is a list of name that I have been looking for: Paradise Cemetery was the subject of controversy some years ago. The previous owner has passed down all papers/photos as was done to her previously.
Racial exclusion extended to the burial ground as Africans were excluded from this service. burial sites in the United Kingdom you will find evidence of Africans being buried in cemeteries reserved for whites.