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The staff of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis would like to welcome you. We hope your visit to the site will be enjoyable, informational, and educational. Through the efforts of many we have collaborated to provide information about the 17 cemeteries that are operated by the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Within this site you will find maps, directions and historical information about many of these cemeteries. Photos and interesting facts about the cemeteries have been added as well as about many of the famous people interred there.

Not only can you perform Burial Searches, check out the Historical, News and FAQ sections.

Do you have a question or comment? Submit a Comment or Question or fill out a Service Request Form. The Services section is also full of valuable information.

News

Historic Florissant cemetery offers niches

Author: Host DT/Friday, July 15, 2016/Categories: News

A new and unique columbarium unit has been installed at St. Ferdinand Cemetery offering niche options for the entombment of cremated remains.  Situated in a serene location, with beautiful foliage as its backdrop, you may select a niche for either one or two urns.  The all inclusive package includes the niche, its opening fee, inscription fee and bronze bud vase.  Two granite benches will be installed for prayer and reflection.   February 2015
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FAQ

My burial search produced several people with my last name. Can you tell me if they are related to my family buried there?

15 July 2016

My burial search produced several people with my last name. Can you tell me if they are related to my family buried there?

Catholic Cemetries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis maintains burial records only. No information is avalable on family relationships or other family members buried at the cemeteries. Another resouce would be The Vital Records Office. This is a public library of public records on the nearly 250 years of history on the people and property of Saint Louis. Beginning July 1, 2002, the Vital Records Office became part of the Saint Louis City Recorder of Deeds Office in City Hall at 1200 Market Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63103.
A link is provided below.

What are the hours of the cemeteries? I understand that the gates are closed at 5:00 p.m. I would like to know when I can visit.

15 July 2016

What are the hours of the cemeteries? I understand that the gates are closed at 5:00 p.m. I would like to know when I can visit.

This information is contained in our Cemetery RulesYou can get there by clicking Cemetery Rules under the About Us button or by following the link provided below.

Hours of Operation (on the Rules Page)

Do you also have the baptismal records for people buried in the Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis?

15 July 2016

Do you also have the baptismal records for people buried in the Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis?

Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis does not maintain baptismal records for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. These records are maintained at the parish where the baptism took place. For closed parishes, contact the Archdiocesan Archives office at 314.792.7020. Another resouce would be The Vital Records Office. This is a public library of public records on the nearly 250 years of history on the people and property of Saint Louis. Beginning July 1, 2002, the Vital Records Office became part of the Saint Louis City Recorder of Deeds Office in City Hall at 1200 Market Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63103.  A link is provided below:

Search for a parish in the St. Louis area.
City of St. Louis Recorder of Deeds.

Is it possible to pre-pay opening charges for lots and crypts?

15 July 2016

Is it possible to pre-pay opening charges for lots and crypts?

Yes, a 20% down payment is required with the balance payable over time with nominal interest.

Service Request Form (Request More Information)

When can I have Memorial Work done?

15 July 2016

When can I have Memorial Work done?

The family may order inscription work on private memorials anytime.  For a new memorial, the marker or monument foundation order may be approved at anytime, but will only be processed after 6 months has elasped from the burial date.   There may be no outstanding monies due on the lot, including Endowed Care obligations.

Please review: Rules for Memorial Work.

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