Welcome to Historical-Data.com!
What is Historical-Data.com?
Historical-Data.com contains a database of cemetery and gravestone images, most of which are from the northeastern United States. This database, which you can browse in the cemeteries section, currently contains more than 36,200 images of gravestones, wills, obits and photos from 386 cemeteries organized by country, state, and county. Many cemeteries have interments with no tombstones so we have been adding other info in the form of obits, wills etc because there is no other record of their burial there. In the near future we will be adding old town photos and other old photos of historical interest.
The links on the right in the related videos section are all pertaining to research, some made by us and some by others. The links in the historical societies are all local and they have contact info for each society. The links on the useful websites are to various types of websites pertaining to research, some have contact info.
Who made Historical-Data.com?
Historical-Data.com is a family-owned website. It was founded by Dale E. Keklock and Brent D. Keklock.
Dale E. Keklock is a historian and photographer for Historical-Data.com. He owns the domain name Historical-Data.com and took most of the genealogical images available on this website. He has been photographing cemetery images and cataloging various other historical information since the 1990s.
Another cemetery is being added, Forest Home Cemetery in Taylor Lackawanna Co Pa. This one is now about 75% complete. Check out the video we did on the Civil War Camp 8 museum in Scranton in the related videos section.
In this section are YouTube videos of historical interest, some filmed locally by us and some worldwide by others.
In this section you can find the websites and Face Book pages of local historical societies. Most of them meet monthly and you can keep in touch with them as to when their meetings and programs are happening.
In this section are other websites and Face Book pages pertaining to research and local history. The Black Sage Project band writes songs about local history. Dave Ingerson wrote the "Streets of Honesdale", a song about Honesdale Pa. and "Timber and coal", a song about Forest City Pa. along with many other songs about the history of the coal mining industry in Northeast Pa. "Mudrun" is a song about the train wreck of 1888 that happened between Hazleton and Wilkes Barre Pa. These and other songs that he wrote can be heard on their page.
Edgerton Village has info on the old coalmining town of Edgerton, located behind Aylesworth Park in Jermyn, Pa., all the times and dates of the walking tours and excursions.
Ezra S Griffin camp 8 is a civil war museum located under city hall in Scranton Pa. and has an open house on the third Saturday of each month from 12 noon till 3pm.
Pa. mine maps has scanned mining maps of the areas that were undermined for anthracite.
Anthracite Heritage Museum has fascinating exhibits that guide you on a journey through "coal country" .