Collect photos of the headstones in your local cemetery with our iPhone/Android camera app. Then upload the mapped-out photos here. Transcribe information from uploaded headstone photos - then descendants everywhere can easily search for their ancestors. Search for your ancestors' graves using our easy search. You can access their headstone records, photos of headstones, and accurate locations of all the graves.
Online cemetery plot plans, tombstone transcriptions and/or photos, burial and/or death registers, etc. all are free, although registration may be required or you must allow cookies to be set -- primarily Canada and the United States.
Searchable by surname, state, county, etc. Search for a missing family member, add your loved ones, create meaningful, media-rich memorials, etc. Also a listing of celebrity gravesites. Completely free for everyone to use.
The Find Grave Android (beta) application, is an genealogy application that allows you to gain access to the Find A Grave database while on the go. Search for people & cemeteries and navigate to them using your phone.
Photos from cemeteries, haunted places, and historical sites. Most of these are in Ohio. The site also contains great information on grave marker symbolism and other information most genealogists would find interesting, if not helpful.
A growing collection of interactive cemetery maps that allows visitors to search a listing of multiple cemeteries, view actual grave locations on a map, and see the record for a deceased person by clicking on the grave. With unique on-line mapping tools, anyone can create an interactive cemetery map and add it to the Names In Stone database. Membership is free and members can contribute by inviting local cemeteries to participate, by using the on-line mapping tools to add smaller cemeteries, and by sharing photos and other information with the online community.
a directory of online death indexes listed by state and county. Included are death records, death certificate indexes, death notices & registers, obituaries, probate indexes, and cemetery & burial records. Also included is information about searching the Social Security Death Index online.
The Gedgrave Project finds the burial places of your ancestors and relatives. Simply upload your GEDCOM file and the site looks at various burial websites for information about everyone contained within the file.
When visiting a cemetery, you’ve experienced the frustration of using maps and poorly-marked plots to find a loved one. TombFinder is a location-based memorial network that easily directs you to their gravesite. TombFinder uses web and mobile technologies to easily pinpoint your loved one’s grave and also celebrate their life online.