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Sometimes, the smaller the library, the better source of obituary information it is, as smaller, local newspapers as a rule publish more obituaries than national titles, so there is a greater chance that there is an obituary to find.Besides, smaller libraries generally focus on local history and resources, which makes them especially helpful.Albany's Carnegie Public Library, for instance, has microfilm records of 11 historical newspaper titles from the area.
There is a choice of these and for the most part they are free.
The Carthage Public Library, for its part, has newspaper runs from 1866 to 2005 in its genealogy resource section, as well as a list of obituaries from 1980 to date.
It also keeps gravestone inscription files, cemetery records, funeral home records, and some probate records.
However, some will only give you basic information such as name of newspaper and date of publication unless you are a paid subscriber.
However, even the most comprehensive electronic database does not hold every single obituary ever published in the state or the country.
Missouri has ample resources in this respect, including death indexes, lists of death certificates complete with images, newspaper archives available online, and cemetery records.