Mountain Region Cemetery Project
Effective: 17 Nov 2010
Referenced Mapping Resources:
ePodunk, Find-a-Grave, I Dream of Genealogy, Interment.net, National Register, USGenWeb Tombstone Projects, USGenWeb Project Archives, USGenWeb County Homesteads, Historical Societies, Genealogical Societies, GNIS-Cemetery Queries, USGS Maps, Street Atlas USA 9.0 Mapping Software, Google Earth Maps, Google Mapping Links, County Message Boards & Forums, Genealogy Trails.
It's very common for a cemetery to be known by several different names.
If the cemetery's alternate name(s) is known it will be noted somewhere on the county webpage.
Multiple surnames used to describe a cemetery will normally be listed in alphabetical order.
Example: Brown-Jones-Wilson Cemetery (not Wilson-Brown-Jones Cemetery)
Surnames will normally come before given names.
Example: Brown Family, John (not John Brown Family)
It's very common for a cemetery to be known by several different names..!
If known, alternate names will be noted somewhere on the county webpage listing.
Cemetery names will normally be listed in alphabetical order. Ex: Brown-Jones-Wilson Families
Surnames will normally come before given names. Ex: Brown Family, John
Estimated GPS mapping values will normally get you within eyesight of the cemetery.
Google SATELLITE View and STREET View options are also available when using the following MAP hyperlinks.
Find-a-Grave (FaG) notation normally means that tombstone inscriptions are available by visiting http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csb&CSst=29. You can also search for a given SURNAME by visiting http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cs&CScnty=2349&.