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OVS-Genealogy - Taking Photos of Cemeteries, Monuments, and Tombstones
Tips and suggestions, and examples for taking photos of tombstones.
Recording Cemeteries with Digital Photography
From the Cemetery Column.
Reproducing brasses and incised slabs
From the Monumental Brass Society.
Researching and Recording Civil War Veterans Burials in Michigan Cemeteries
Standards for Transcribing Cemetery Headstones
Stones and Bones
A genealogical guide to researching cemeteries.
The Cemetery Column - A Tombstone in Your Palm
Article by Steve Paul Johnson about using your Palm Pilot to record tombstone details in a database.
The Claire Witch Project
A technique for locating unmarked graves using a process commonly referred to as divining or witching graves.
The Gravestone Gallery: Cemetery Curiosities and Tombstone Tributes -- Then, Today and Tomorrow
An article for new and experienced roots-seekers, accompanied by a photo tour that is being expanded regularly, on the role of cemeteries in genealogical research and in our culture.
The Mystique of Death & Mourning in the 19th Century
Describes mourning customs, jewelry & photography in the 19th century.
Things Gone By - Mourning Jewelry
During the Georgian and Victorian Periods, works of art and jewelry were created out of hair and other materials to commemorate the loss of loved ones. These mourning pieces served as an eternal memorial and reminder of the lost loved one.
Tips for Photographing Gravestones
Tiptoeing Through the Graveyard - Guide to Discovering Your Ancestors in Cemeteries
From the About.com genealogy section.
Tombstone Images and Articles by Michael John Neill Rootdig.Com
Articles on tombstone rubbing and links to several pictures showing rubbing stone techniques.
Transcribing Monumental Inscriptions
Article on locating cemeteries and graves.
Your Cemetery Equipment
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