Re: [bukowsko_triangle] Grave Mappers
- Wow! Thanks, lots of information given. Doesn't sound too difficult to design a virtual cemetery. My project may expand. Thanks for keeping me in mind.
-------------- Original message from Debbie Greenlee <daveg@...>: --------------
Gloria et al,
This was posted on Polish Genius and seemed timely. I'm not suggesting
that you post your cemetery information at these sites. I thought
perhaps there might be some good ideas about reading cemeteries.
TITLE: Grave Mappers
DESCRIPTION: Grave Mappers is a blog designed to help people create
their own interactive cemetery maps at a new website called NAMES IN
At Grave Mappers, we give mapping tips and techniques, and share the
stories of people who have mapped cemeteries. We also reach out for
help in mapping cemeteries throughout the US and Canada. We support
and encourage mapping small obscure cemeteries whose records are not
readily available and are deteriorating due to weather and time.
Mapping these cemeteries will preserve their records and make them
available for research to anyone on the internet.
TITLE: Names in Stone
DESCRIPTION: NAMES IN STONE is an innovative new website that is very
different from other cemetery websites ? it is 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 in NAMES IN
STONE is free! 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
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