Pioneer & Military Memorial Park Cemeteries Database, Arizona
Maricopa County is located in south-central Arizona. Phoenix is its county seat. Pioneer and Military Memorial Park (P&MMP) at 14th Avenue and Madison Street, Phoenix, Arizona, is home to a number of cemeteries: AOUW Cemetery, City Cemetery, IOOF (Odd Fellows) Cemetery, Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Loosley Cemetery, Masons Cemetery, Porter Cemetery, and Rosedale Cemetery. Additional burials in the Pioneer & Military Memorial Park include removals from Old Phoenix Cemetery. The Pioneers’ Cemetery Association, Inc. has made a burial listing database for these cemeteries available on its website.
The database is organized as an alphabetical by surname list. Click on the first letter of the surname to open a new page with the burial listing. The data fields in the database include last name, first name, death date, age, cemetery name, and marker.
The website has additional helpful resources. You will find links to online burial listings for many of the cemeteries in this list, and a list of all cemeteries and gravesites known to exist in Maricopa County, under the List of Cemeteries in Maricopa County link. There is also a link to a list of Historic Cemeteries of Arizona.
Marblehead Museum and Historical Society, Massachusetts
Marblehead is located on the Atlantic coast in Essex County in northeastern Massachusetts. The Marblehead Museum and Historical Society has made some of the resources from its archives available on its website. Click on the Archives tab to access them. They are in PDF format. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to download and view them. Click on the Archival Documents link to open the page with links to download the documents.
The digitized resources include the following:
Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which They Sailed, by Benjamin J. Lindsey, Treasurer (1915), a document compiled and published for the Marblehead Historical Society
A Discourse on the Disasters at Sea, September 19, 1846, delivered by Rev. Edward Lawrence, Pastor of The First Church in Marblehead, 1848
Short History of Marblehead, by Jonathan H. Orne, an excerpt from The Standard History of Essex County, compiled by the Essex Institute, 1878
The Louis Russell genealogy and “Marblehead Tales,” which includes two stories on Lafayette’s visit to Marblehead’s Lee Mansion.
A number of maps of Marblehead, including the 1700 Marblehead Composite Map, Harborside, an 1850 map, and interactive maps based on the research of Sidney Perley’s description of the town in 1700.
“Marblehead in the 1600s” and “Marblehead’s Maritime History: The Ship’s Pass,” presentations created by Standley Goodwin
Ship’s Passes: Vessels involved in foreign trade were required to register with their District Customs Collector. Once they had registered, Ship’s Passes were issued to them. The passes were signed by the sitting U.S. President and the Secretary of State. Some of the eighteen early Ship’s Passes in the museum’s collections have been digitized and uploaded to the website.