Find A Grave — a Wonderful Resource for Family Records

Search 88.6 million cemetery records at by entering a surname and clicking search:
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Find a Grave is a wonderful resource for finding family memorials & photos. You can use the link below to do your own search. Also, if you have a digital camera & wish to participate in a volunteer activity, you can upload memorials & photos yourself. As of this date, I’ve uploaded 26 memorials & 7 photos.

Please do a search for your family members! If they aren’t there, you may want to take some photos & add them.

http://www.findagrave.com/index.html

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