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How can you find a grave at Resurrection Cemetery in Chicago?

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It is possible to find a grave at Resurrection Cemetery in Chicago by using online services or by contacting Resurrection Cemetery directly. Officially known as Resurrection Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleums, the facility was consecrated in 1904 and originally served the Polish Catholic community of the southwest Archdiocese of Chicago.

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To get precise information about the location of a grave at Resurrection Cemetery, visit the cemetery in person or phone the facility during business hours at 708-458-4770, as of May 2015. If you choose to visit the cemetery to locate a grave, the cemetery address is 7201 South Archer Ave., Justice, IL 60458. Plan on a potentially lengthy visit if you go personally to locate and visit a grave, since the cemetery is very large, hosting over 152,000 final resting places, as well as 5,300 mausoleum crypts.

Findagrave.com allows users to search by first and last name for Resurrection Cemetery graves. The same website also offers a map of the cemetery?s location. Internment.net is also available to search for graves at Resurrection Cemetery. The search efficiency on both of these websites is limited, since the sites only include records contributed by site users. The websites have no official relationship with Resurrection Cemetery.

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