This page links to known Arizona Funeral Records whether they be available online or offline. Funeral records are an invaluable source of genealogical information that can provide insight into the lives and deaths of our ancestors. They offer a wealth of details on the deceased and their family, including their names, ages, dates of death, causes of death, and other key information. While funeral records can be found in a variety of places, genealogists must be careful when interpreting the information they contain, paying close attention to accuracy and cultural context. By using funeral records in their research, genealogists can gain a deeper understanding of their ancestors and build a more complete picture of their family history.
Arizona Funeral Home Records
Cochise County Arizona Funeral Home Records
- Index to cemetery and mortuary records of Bisbee, Arizona, 1897-1926
Alphabetically arranged by surname. This manuscript was copied from longhand using the sexton’s books, Hubbard and Dugan Mortuary Record Books, and an old record book and tombstone inscriptions.
Gila County Arizona Funeral Home Records
- Walker Globe Mortuary records, 1898-1975 – FamilySearch
Walker Globe Mortuary changed to Palmer Globe Mortuary about 1976. Records are arranged alphabetically for each year. Includes vital information of the deceased, burial information, and name of person requesting mortuary services. Digital images of originals held by the Gila County Historical Museum, Globe, Arizona. Must be logged in to free site to view images.
Maricopa County Arizona Funeral Home Records
- W.A. Burton & Sons Register of Funerals, 1906-1918 – View at the Family Search Center in Salt Lake City
Includes index. Photocopy made of register-form booklet (published), completed in manuscript by W.A. Burton & Sons, undertakers & embalmers, North McDonald Street, Mesa, Arizona. Includes surname index (4 leaves) inserted at end; prepared in 1992 by the Mesa Family History Center, Mesa, Arizona.
Navajo County Arizona Funeral Home Records
- Drum Mortuary records – View at the Family Search Center in Salt Lake City
Microfilm of record book of funeral information and expenses. 160 p. Includes name of deceased and may include date and place of death, age, occupation and marital status, name and birthplace of parents.
- Mortuary records of W. A. Parr, mortician, Winslow, Arizona, 1903-1918 – View at the Family Search Center in Salt Lake City
Typescript (13 leaves) made in 1986 and made available for filming by Winslow Arizona Stake Library. Arranged alphabetically.
Pima County Arizona Funeral Home Records
Parker Mortuary records, Tucson, Arizona, 1897-1912
The actual funeral records would need to be viewed at Salt Lake, however, there is an alphabetical abstraction of the original records that can be viewed online.
Yavapai Arizona Funeral Home Records
- Ruffner Funeral Home Mortuary records, 1901-1939 – This microfiche and microfilm is available at the Family Search Center in Salt Lake City.
Microfilm of 25 volumes at the Arizona State Genealogical Society.
- I.O.O.F Cemetery, Prescott, Arizona
Otherwise known as the Rolling Hills Cemetery. Names taken from a microfilm of Ruffner Funeral Home records arranged alphabetically. Includes name, age, date of death and plot.
Yuma Arizona Funeral Home Records
- The Johnson Mortuary death records, 1904-1937
Arranged by surname of deceased. Includes name, page, item, death date and grave location. “Yuma was established in 1854 on the banks of the Colorado River and was the entry way to California from El Paso. The Johnson Mortuary purchased many of the early funeral establishments in Yuma. Some of the people recorded in this book may have been served by other funeral directors.”