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What Exactly is an Obituary?
Obituaries contain information about a person's life, their death, place of burial, surviving relatives and contact information for the funeral home.
The content of obituaries varies, but usually follow a similar format:
• The person's name, age, where he/she lived and death date and place. Sometimes, the circumstances
surrounding the death are publicized as well.
• Information about visitation (time, date and place when they can view the body and visit with family members); the
funeral, usually at a funeral home and/or church; and often, the burial site. Sometimes, the names of
pallbearers are also listed.
• The decendent's birth date (along with a maiden name if the decendent was a female who married and took her
husband's last name), his/her birth town and his/her parents (often along with the mother's maiden name included).
• Marriage information (name of spouse, date and location of marriage). Previous marriages, if any.
• Where the decendent was employed (and if he/she is now retired).
• Memberships, from social and religious to vocational.
• Hobbies, notable accomplishments and other interests, as appropriate.
• A listing of survivors, including spouse, children (and sometimes, their spouses), grandchildren, siblings and other
close relatives and friends.
• A listing of close relatives who preceded the decedent in death. Unless the decedent is young or is survived by
his/her mother or father, his/her parents are not listed (especially when the decedent is very old, as it is assumed the
parents are also deceased).
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The wealth of genealogical and biographical information to be found in an informative obituary certainly makes the effort of searching for one worthwhile. For many of our ancestors (and relatives), the Obituary is the only "biographical sketch" that was ever devoted to that individual. In addition to names, dates, and places of birth, marriage, and death, the obituary often identifies relationships of the deceased as child, sibling, parent, grandparent, etc.
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to numerous other individuals. Obituaries can point to other documentation concerning an individual's death such as a death certificate or death notice in another country/county. For example :because the death was sudden or unexpected.
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