In 1996, the Martin County Genealogical Society formed a cemetery committee to record all tombstones and memorials in the county. Doug Poulter led the committee first. Walt Bruetsch followed him. The committee's work continued for several years and expanded to include columbariums and memorial gardens. Links to information from the cemeteries and columbarariums that they visited and recorded is below. In the case of some larger cemeteries, they drew information from burial records.
MCGS offers these pages as an archive of their work. More detailed cemetery resources are available now than were available in 1996, and MCGS recommends using Billion Graves or Find a Grave to find the burial information you seek. We wish, however, to thank the original committee members for their diligence and hard work in providing a much-needed resource for users when online genealogy was in its infancy.
For information on the current MCGS cemetery project, go to Projects on our current website.
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|001||All Saints||Jensen Beach|
|003||Banner Lake||Hobe Sound|
|004||Dunklin||West Martin County|
|005||Church of Advent (c)||Palm City|
|007||Forest Hills||Palm City|
|011||New Monrovia||Port Salerno|
|012||Pine Rest||Port Salerno|
|013||Port Mayaca||Port Mayaca|
|015||St. Luke's (c)||Stuart|
|016||Washington Memorial||Jensen Beach|
|017||St. Mary's (c)||Stuart|
|018||St. Monica's (c)||Stuart|
|Go To: Stuart, FL. Obituaries Index|
Note: Columbariums and memorial gardens containing ashes only are indicated by (c).
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Last Updated: 23 July 2021