There is no central repository for Chicago cemetery records. For a Catholic cemetery, use this form to request an internment search from the Archdiocese of Chicago. You may also visit a Catholic cemetery and use a self-serve kiosk.
This cemetery served many institutions in Cook County including poor houses and psychiatric institutions.
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Ancestry's U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home collection, 1847-Current is a continuously updated source that collects online records. Using this collection may require an account.
Chicago and her churches by George S. Phillips (1868)
F38WZ .P53 MICROFILM
Churches and temple directory (1976) Council for Community Services in Metropolitan Chicago
BL35 .C67 1976 OVERSIZE
A history of the parishes of the Archdiocese of Chicago (1980)
F38WR .S-C4 1980 REFERENCE
Churches of the greater Roseland (Chicago) area by Jan Helge and Paula Malak. (1988)
F548.62.A1 H45 1988 OVERSIZE
Location of Chicago Roman Catholic churches, 1850-1990 (1990) by Jack Bochar
BX1418.C4 B63 1990 OVERSIZE REFERENCE
Synagogues of Chicago (1991)
BM225.C49 S9 1991 OVERSIZE REFERENCE
Spires of faith : historic churches of Chicago by Wayne L. Wolf (1995)
NA5235.C4 W64 1995 OVERSIZE
Islam in urban America: Sunni Muslims in Chicago (2004) by Garbi Schmidt
F548.9.M88 S36 2004
Painting the gospel: Black public art and religion in Chicago (2016)
N6538.N5 P48 2016 REFERENCE
Browse the Collection categories in the Newberry Library's ChicagoAncestors.org. Categories include Episcopalian Churches, Evangelical Churches, Lutheran Churches, etc. Listings provide locations of churches and information on any holdings the Newberry has on each church.
Mostly 20th Century with limited amount of older records.