Relatives and friends do not always have an idea of where a family member is buried. There are many reasons. Communication with the dead, the opportunity to just be near their grave is important for a person.
Be sure to remember the date of death of the wanted person, as well as the surname, name and patronymic of the deceased. Try to find a death certificate. It always indicates the Civil Registry Office (REGISTRY OFFICE) in which the death of the person is registered. Now you need to go directly to the registry office that issued it.
Arriving at the registry office, contact the death registration department. Show death certificate. In the event that the deceased person is your relative, you will be given information about the place of his burial without any problems, if not, then explain the situation to the registry office staff, tell us how important it is for you to have this information. The registry office staff will give you information about which cemetery the person is buried in, burial permit, place of registration and place of residence of the person at the time of death, his full name, surname, patronymic.
Now it is worth the cemetery, contact the cemetery administration or employees and ask them to suggest where the person is buried, or to give information about where the burial took place at the right time. Go around this section of the cemetery, paying attention to all the graves. You may be able to find a burial site.
In addition, knowing the date of burial, you can go around all the cemeteries of the settlement. Be sure to contact the administration at each of them with a request to show the burial places related to a certain date. Reassure managers and employees that this really matters to you. The biggest disadvantage of this method is that it is time consuming.
Go to the library or archives that have a binder of newspapers. Try to find information about the date and place of the person's burial if you find the right obituary. In the archives, there are competent employees who will tell you where to find the desired burial.
Reach out to people who attended the funeral or relatives of the deceased. If you are a friend or relative, they will give you information about the burial site. They can also simply show the death certificate. Make a copy of it and contact the registry office.