How do I find out where someone is buried in Brisbane?
Brisbane City Council maintains records of people buried or cremated (interments) at our cemeteries and crematoria. The online search tool makes it easy to locate the resting place of a loved on or to research family history and genealogy.
How do I find out where someone is buried in Qld?
The Queensland State Archives holds the older records of 25 Cemetery Trusts within Queensland. Some of these records include burial registers and registers of graves. These can be identified through the Archives’ catalogue search facility.
How do I find out where someone is buried in Australia?
Information on burials can be found in a variety of sources, including:
- burial certificates.
- church registers.
- civil death certificates.
- council and private cemetery registers/records.
- funeral director or undertaker records.
- monumental inscriptions (listings of gravemarkers, memorial plaques and monuments)
Can I find out if someone has been cremated?
I usually use newspaper death notices to see if they were cremated or buried but you could also try findagrave.com as they sometimes have the information.
How many cemeteries are there in Brisbane?
Brisbane City Council’s cemeteries and crematoria honour residents who’ve made Brisbane the diverse and liveable city it is today. Council manages 12 cemeteries and three crematoria catering for burials, cremations and memorials for ashes.
Where is a person buried?
In California, bodies must be buried in established cemeteries. City or county authorities have the authority to establish and regulate burial grounds.
How much does a burial plot cost in Brisbane?
The cost of a burial plot in Brisbane is on average $4,800.00 but can vary depending on the cemetery you select. Burial services can be conducted in a number of ways, Including: Graveside only.