Find A Grave

You can search 47 million grave records on findagrave.com.  You can search for famous graves or graves of your ancestors.  If you are looking for a grave try this website.

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Find-A-Grave: Challenge #22 – 52 Weeks to Better Genealogy

Here’s your weekly challenge: Find-A-Grave

View the entire description of this week’s challenge, by using my Examiner.com, Phoenix Genealogy Examiner link. Click here.

Amy Coffin of the We Tree blog has put together the helpful 52 Weeks to Better Genealogy series. These prompts are hosted on the GeneaBloggers website You may be interested in seeing posts about the challenge from other GeneaBloggers. Both sites have been voted among Family Tree Magazine’s Top 40 Genealogy Websites this year.
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GPS and a New Zealand Cemetery. What’s the connection?

Tinui Cemetery was chosen as a trial site for an experimental database using GPS technology.  The hope is that, in the future, families and historians could use the internet to see precisely where their ancestors are buried.

View the story at http://www.times-age.co.nz/local/news/gps-technology-used-to-create-cemetery-database/3901914/

Published in: on August 2, 2009 at 3:17 am  Comments (2)  
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