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  2. Find Tulare County, California cemeteries, memorial parks, mausoleums, graveyards, gravesites, graves or mortuaries. Alta Cemetery District 42088 Road 100 Dinuba , CA Exeter Cemetery District 719 East Marinette Avenue Exeter , CA

  3. Deep Creek Cemetery Rd 158 Exeter, CA p (559) 592-3067; Exeter Public Cemetery 719 Ave 288 Exeter, CA p (559) 592-3067; Smith Mountain Cemetery 42088 Road 100 Dinuba, CA p (559) 591-3348

  4. Memorials. 16,680 added (84% photographed) Add Favorite. Cemetery. Photos. Map. Note: There is another cemetery, North Tulare Cemetery, that is an extention of Tulare Cemetery. The earliest grave in North Tulare Cemetery is in 1994. Older burials or recent graves that were purchased years back will still be found downtown in Tulare Cemetery.

    • 16,512 added (84% photographed)
  5. For a history of many of the cemeteries see Old Cemeteries of Southeastern Tulare County Once at the appropriate cemetery listed below, the names can be accessed by choosing the first letter of the individual's surname below or by scrolling down the list.

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    County Recorder has birth and marriage records from 1852 death records from 1873 & mil rec from 1919; Clerk Superior Court has divorce, probate, court and naturalization records County Assessor has land records

    Parent County

    20 April 1852: Tulare County was created from Mariposa County. County seat:Visalia

    Description

    The county was named from this lake that the county derives its name. The root of the name Tulare is found in the Mexican word tullin, designating cattail or similar reeds. Tularemia is named after Tulare County. The county seat Visalia and the county was created 1852. The County is located in the central area of the state.

    Boundary Changes

    For animated maps illustrating California county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation California County Boundary Maps"(1850-1925) may be viewed for free at the MapofUS.org website.

    Populated Places

    For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:

    Neighboring Counties

    1. Fresno 2. Inyo 3. Kern 4. Kings

    Biography

    1. Tulare County Biographical Index(Genealogy Trails) 2. Index to Tulare County Biographies(USGenWeb Archvies) 3. Index to Biographical Resources, Tulare County(CAGenWeb Project)

    Cemeteries

    The following web sites may have additional information on Tulare County cemeteries. 1. Interment.netCalifornia cemetery records by County. 1. 1850-1960 - California Cemetery Transcriptions, 1850-1960 at FamilySearch— index and images 1. 1875-1900 - California, Tulare County, Visalia Cemetery Records, 1875-1990 at FamilySearch— index and images

    Census

    For tips on accessing Tulare County, California Genealogy census records online, see: California Census. 1. Tulare County Census Records(USGenWeb Archives)

    Sequoia Genealogical Society c/o Tulare City Library, Genealogy Room 113 North "F" Street Tulare, CA 93274; Phone:559-685-4518 Website Tulare County Historical Society 27000 South Mooney Boulevard Visalia, CA 93277 Phone:559-733-6616 Website 1. List of California Archives, Libraries, Publications, Historical & Genealogical Societies