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Stableford | 20:37 Thu 16th Sep 2021 | History
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If anyone is looking to find the grave of a famous person, or relative, or anyone else for that matter, there is an excellent website run by volunteers called Find A Grave (I don't think I am allowed to post a link, so just google it). Anyone can upload photos of their local cemetery or churchyard, and it's a brilliant tool when researching family history. People can also leave virtual flowers in memory of those they love. I have used it for history research, genealogy and general interest. Do you want to find out where someone is buried?

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Thanks for the reminder; it's useful because it's linked with Ancestry now, so when searching for a family member sometimes an alert pops up and tells me where they're buried. It's also interesting to see the headstones of famous people or read the biographies.
As long as they're not blatantly promoting a business for reward (rather than simply providing helpful information for members), links are perfectly welcome on AB:
https://www.findagrave.com/
Another volunteer-run website, that's much loved by people researching family histories, is FreeBMD:
https://www.freebmd.org.uk/

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