Friday, 2 November 2012

Aberdonian grave maps on Deceased Online

From Deceased Online (www.deceasedonline.com)

New maps help locate 160,000 lairs in Aberdeen’s largest cemetery

• Deceased Online has added grave/lair section maps to its range of records for Aberdeen City’s largest cemetery, the linked Spital (St Peter’s) Churchyard and St Peter’s Cemetery.
• This large and historic cemetery has grave records dating back to 1767 and all burial registers and grave details are already on www.deceasedonline.com.
• The addition of detailed cemetery maps means that those seeking ancestors’ graves can now not only find the grave reference but also a series of three maps which precisely indicate the small section of the cemetery where the grave is located.
• Due to popular demand, Deceased Online is adding more maps to its cemetery records; recently it included maps for all five cemeteries managed by the Royal Borough of Greenwich in London
• Emma Jolly’s latest blog provides more details on this latest addition; read it at: http://deceasedonlineblog.blogspot.co.uk/

NB: The data will be going online later this afternoon (Fri, after 4pm)

(With thanks to Richard Gray)

Chris

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