National Hall of Records

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The National Hall of Records is an obituary service that was introduced at the National Funeral Directors Association annual convention in Las Vegas in October 2007. The National Hall of Records has over 300 contributing Funeral home members.[1]

Family members searching for their ancestors or other individuals can search the National Hall of Records database of over 80 million records to locate information such as date of birth, place of birth, date of death, place of death and additional family information.

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