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Hello everyone. I've been collecting information to compare different sites that let users search for gravesites and cemetery records. So far, I know of FindAGrave, Interment.net, DeceasedOnline, and the Veteran's Graves....

Are there others that you know about? The more the, umm... merrier(?).

Thanks.

David

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There is one for Ontario here:

http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~clifford/

It is called Field of Stones.
Hi David,
Have a look at the Tombstone Transcription Project at:

http://www.usgwtombstones.org/index.html

It's easy to navigate, with much information, but coverage is uneven.
Good hunting,
David
Wow, great stuff, guys. Thanks a lot. I'll be reviewing those sites to see which ones to add to my master list, so to speak.

Keep 'em coming. '

David
THE FAMOUS LIST.
http://www.findadeath.com/directory.htm

Mirror Site:

The Death Clock - Find a Death. - Death Clock: The Internet's friendly reminder that life is slipping away...
Find a famous death by name:
http://www.deathclock.com/findadeath.cfm

Business Partner:
http://www.celebritycollectables.com/

http://www.celebritycollectables.com/cgi-bin/ezshopper/loadpage.cgi...

http://www.celebritycollectables.com/cgi-bin/ezshopper/loadpage.cgi...
Dead At Your Age – Deaths of interesting people at your age. - We ask for the date of birth so that the information is relevant to your exact age. You must have cookies enabled in order for us to remember your age for ...
http://dead.atyourage.com/
A Very Grave Matter. - This website focuses mainly on local New England, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont history, genealogy of early ancestors who settled the area, and early New England artistans. Tags: New England Maine ME New Hampshire NH Massachusetts MA History Photographs Ancestors Ancestry Genealogy Old Gravestones Cemeteries.

http://www.gravematter.com/
Grave Matters is an on-going project to ensure that the final resting places of famous horses, thoroughbred and non-thoroughbred alike, are not forgotten. Compiled here are the known burial locations of hundreds of top Thoroughbreds -- racers, important stallions and influential broodmares. Listed on the Non-Thoroughbred pages are the grave sites of champions of other breeds, war horses, television and movie star horses, and other notable horses. Whenever possible, a photo of the site, with a brief story about the horses, the owner and the farm is provided. Some of these sites have been developed for other uses and this record may be all there is left to remember the horses buried there. As a cross reference, to help the seeker find the nearest burials at which to pay their respects, the graves are resorted by geographic location, on the continents of Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, as well as the island nations of Australia and New Zealand.

http://www.tbheritage.com/TurfHallmarks/GraveMatters.html
Welcome to Grave Matters! - This site was created by a group of friends from different parts of the country, and the world who enjoy cemetery art and culture. The purpose of this site is to share photographs and art from some of the most interesting and beautiful cemeteries in this country and the world .
http://gravematters.netfirms.com/
Gravematters - Transcribing Monumental Inscriptions. This website is dedicated to helping those many interested people, team leaders and volunteers of, primarily the Oxfordshire and Berkshire Family History Societies, who are involved in transcribing the information written upon our two counties' crumbling monuments.
http://www.gravematters.org.uk/
Welcome to Garden of Shadows. I hope you enjoy your visit. I have been working on this site for several years now, and it has become a passion for me. I love being in a cemetery. It is almost spiritual. The beauty of the stones, the craftsmanship, the art. It all speaks to me. I guess I came by it naturally, having worked in a cemetery for about 10 years. I came to appreciate all of the hard work that goes into keeping the cemetery beautiful for the families of the deceased.
http://cemetery-art.netfirms.com/
Click the links below to see images of Cemeteries in Kentucky
http://www.darkdarling.com/where.html
Dark Darling Cards
http://www.darkdarling.com/

Same site...different url.
http://rpc.blogrolling.com/redirect.php?r=2ede9805fcacaf2fb6a7663c2...

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