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Our growing database, holding records from 1837 onwards, can provide invaluable information for researching family trees, and can reveal previously unknown family links from other interments recorded in the same grave.

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While most of the graves are located in the United States, those with ancestors from other countries will be happy to know that there are hundreds of cemeteries indexed from countries all over the world.

If you have any questions about something that you read in this post, or if you would like to share your favorite resource for finding graves not mentioned in this post, please feel free to post it in the discussion below.

It is often the case that we may live hundreds if not thousands of miles away from the final resting place of one of our distant ancestors so it is not always possible to find the gravesite ourselves. Even if we do want to visit and search it could cost us a lot of money to do so.

Thankfully though there are a number of options online through which you can potentially find out where your ancestor was buried and perhaps even see a picture of the gravestone. I recall myself being able to see a picture of the gravestone of my great uncle. A World War One hero, my great uncle was killed in action in France and buried there.

Those who have used Ancestry in the past may have seen some hints for their ancestors' graves, usually from Find-a-Grave. This is its own free website which relies on volunteers to photograph and find grave locations globally.

This is a completely free site to use that is intended to help people locate the graves of their ancestors and potentially find out some important helpful details. There is also an aspect of memorial to the site as well. It allows users to leave messages to their ancestors' memories.

BillionGraves is another major user-created website which allows you to search for gravesites. You just have to sign up for an account and you get access to thousands of pictures from gravesites around the world.

This site can direct you to other websites where you can find transcriptions from burial records and gravestones from around the world. It may not be as impressive as FindaGrave and BillionGraves but it could still be a useful tool to check if searches of the other two are unsuccessful.

These first three major sites can help heavily to potentially find a gravesite in the United States and to some degree in other countries. Sometimes their coverage internationally is not the most comprehensive. Thankfully though there are other free sites that are specific to particular countries. Here is a short list that may be helpful.

It must be remembered that not all countries follow the same burial practices so depending on where your ancestors are from there may be no gravesite to be found for them. This means that when in doubt we should always research the death practices of a country to determine if there are likely to be any records.

Newspaper obituaries can be excellent resources for burial locations. One of the best free sources for newspapers is Chronicling America, from the Library of Congress, which has digitized newspapers from 1789 to 1963.

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The database includes urn/plaque records from the VA and burial records from many sources. These sources provide varied data; some searches may contain less information than others. Information on veterans buried in private cemeteries was collected for the purpose of furnishing government grave markers, and we do not have information available for burials prior to 1997.

Prices for custom bronze grave markers start at $727. You can buy affordable bronze memorial plaques, beautiful custom cast bronze markers and unique bronze cemetery headstones to memorialize your family and loved ones, here. If you were searching online at Google, or Bing for "bronze grave markers near me" or "flat grave markers near me", you can order one at a U.S. showroom or online here.

Rome Monument can contact your cemetery before we manufacture and ship your elegant bronze and granite grave marker or headstone. Shipping and delivery is free and there is no sales tax for online orders. You can design your own tasteful bronze grave marker online with Rome Monument.

Bronze markers can be cleaned, preserved and polished with mild dish soap (Dawn or Ivory), lemon juice and baking soda, or vinegar and salt and a lint-free cloth. In the video titled "Cleaning Bronze Veteran Ground Level Flat Grave Marker Headstone" uploaded to YouTube on April 6, 2020, Trae Zipperer demonstrates how to properly clean a bronze veteran ground level flat grave marker headstone issued by the National Cemetery Administration.

Find A Grave is a free website providing access to and an opportunity to input cemetery information to an online database of cemetery records.It was founded in 1995 by Salt Lake City resident, Jim Tipton. See Wikipedia for more.

An arm of the LDS Family History Library, this site has genealogy records from all over the world that you can search or browse, and the collection grows daily as more records are digitized. You can print or save records, or add them as sources to your online tree that you build within their site.

This free software gets high ratings in its features, ease of use, and customer support. You can download and use the program for free. This software provides you a template for building a family tree and lets you sync the tree with your MyHeritage online tree.

If you have ancestors from England or Wales, Free BMD may help you find birth, marriage, or death records. Its goal is to transcribe and the UK Civil Registration Indexes from 1837-1992. The project is ongoing, and not all records have been transcribed, but there are more than 270 million records currently available online.

A non-profit online library, Internet Archive contains books that can be read for free or borrowed online for up to two weeks. This is a good place to look for a family genealogy book or local history book. Even school yearbooks and government documents can be found on this site.

They file a freedom of information (FOI) requests for documents and take the matter to court if the records are not released. All the records they gain access to are digitized and placed online and are available at no cost. Links on their page take you to the records that can be viewed and downloaded.

Let us reach out to you in this difficult time by assisting you in the creation of a lasting marker to memorialize your beloved. Our easy-to-follow instructions will guide you through the design process, let you choose from a wide variety of beautiful decorative engraving templates and view an accurate and realistic color image of your grave marker online.

The recording of today's webinar, "Find A Grave - The World's Largest Cemetery Database" by Russ Worthington is now available to view for free for a limited time at A few comments from our viewers:

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