7 edition of Your guide to cemetery research found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 252-259) and index.
|Statement||Sharon DeBartolo Carmack.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||CS21 .C36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||2002022871|
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Rather, I'm just someone who loves snooping around cemeteries, the older and more obscure, the better. This is the first genealogy/cemetery research book I've read, so I can't really compare it to any others.
That said "Your Guide to Cemetery Research" is a valuable tool for genealogists and graveyard enthusiasts alike/5(3).
Your guide to cemetery research by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Cemeteries, Handbooks, Your guide to cemetery research book, Genealogy; Places: United States.
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Save money and book directly from local suppliers. Fortunately, this short guide will show you how do cemetery research from your own home, as well as how to request tombstone photos at a distance.
Why Cemetery Research. For genealogists, cemeteries can contain a treasure-house of clues for further research: The inscription on just one stone can contain a maiden name, a place of birth, the.
Your Guide to Cemetery Research by Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo Provides information on cemetery research, covering such topics as locating graves and cemeteries, accessing death records, searching a cemetery, and American burial : Kaitlyn Tanis.
Cemetery research is about more than just finding where your ancestors are buried. It can also reveal a lot of previously unknown information on your ancestor and his or her family. Here’s how to get started in cemetery research and get the most possible information out of it.
Sharon Debartolo Carmack is the author of Your Guide to Cemetery Research ( avg rating, ratings, 13 reviews, published ), Organizing Your Fam 4/5.
Your Guide to Cemetery Research by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. Betterway Books. Used - Acceptable. Former Library book. Paperback The item is fairly worn but still readable. Signs of wear include aesthetic issues such as scratches, worn covers, damaged binding.
The item may have identifying markings on it or show other signs of previous use. If you photograph the cemetery entrance, it helps keep your photographs organized. Keep a record of each photograph in your research notebook. Complete a Cemetery Marker Survey Sheet for each individual.
o Identify markers and graves o Measurer the plot and individual markers o Describe the plot and markers o Transcribe inscriptionsFile Size: KB. Talk to the cemetery office (if one is available). Records kept by the sexton or cemetery office may have more information on your ancestor’s burial.
Include a stop by the office or include a phone call as part of your cemetery research. Related Posts of Interest. Enjoy these other posts as your research your ancestors’ death and burial. Research Guides. Death, Probate, & Cemetery Records. Pennsylvania did not have a systematic registry of deaths before Records of deaths from to the present are maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Health's Division of Vital Records.
For deaths beforeit is necessary to check church or cemetery records or compiled. Share Researching and writing about cemeteries requires good sourcing, to say the least, and on my reference bookshelf there are three books I cannot do without: • Your Guide to Cemetery Research by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack; • The American Resting Place: by Marilyn Yalom; • Stories in Stone: A field guide to cemetery symbolism and iconography.
Your guide to cemetery research the next time you research your ancestor's place of burial. Don't miss out on important genealogical clues. Genealogy Sites Genealogy Research Family Genealogy Genealogy Forms Find Your Ancestors Cemetery Records Family Research My Family History Ancestry.
The Ohio Genealogical Society has attempted to identify all Ohio cemeteries, encourages its Chapters to publish transcriptions, and offers advice on cemetery law and preservation methods.
The OGS Cemetery Committee has put together a variety of resources for those interested in reading, researching, or preserving cemeteries. " Hollywood Remains to Be Seen is the definitive guide to the final resting places of Hollywood's elite." - Hotel Bel-Air magazine.
"Mark Masek has written another great book on gravehunting. Yet another great addition to a gravehunter's library!" -Karen McHale, "It's the perfect bathroom book." -Jennifer Herrick. Cemeteries - from the Greek word meaning sleeping place. Bone yards, burial grounds, God's acre, graveyards, memorial parks, necropolis, potter's field, they go by various names.
They may also take various formats such as six feet under, sky burials, ossuaries, crypts, mausoleums, sepulchre, tombs, vaults or : Sylvia Reyna. A good overall book on researching cemeteries is Sharon DeBartelo Carmack's book, Your Guide to Cemetery Research. Source Information: GenWeekly, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Genealogy Today LLC.
Your Ancestors in the Cemetery What You Can Find Information on tombstones can include maiden names, birth and death dates, relationships, towns of origin, military service, and religious affiliation—all of which can lead breakthroughs in your research. Be sure to check with the cemetery office to see if other family members are in the plot.
Visitors to London’s Highgate Cemetery wander around in a reverie, gazing at angel statues and ivy crawling across tombs. At Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, the atmosphere is almost upbeat, with zany mausoleums of silver-screen royalty and occasional movie screenings.
But many necropolises on the tourist trail are still working. Your Guide to Cemetery Research. Betterway Books. ISBN Christensen, George A. "Here Lies the Supreme Court: Gravesites of the Justices, Yearbook". Supreme Court Historical Society.
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Often dates are written wrong or names are misspelled. Verify, verify, verify. Enjoy your cemetery research; gather your ancestors' information; and do leave gravestones in as good as or better than the condition in which you found them.
Bibliography and Links. Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo, Your Guide to Cemetery Research. In its now familiar format, this new “Genealogy at a Glance” publication addresses these grave issues, expertly covering the unique aspects of cemetery research in four specially laminated pages. First–and here’s the most unusual aspect of this genealogical research assignment–you need to locate your ancestor’s final resting place.
The first step in cemetery research is the obvious one—to learn where your ancestor is buried. Death records will often contain this information, as will obituaries. Published cemetery surveys may list your ancestors. Check with family members and other relatives as well. If you go to the cemetery, make your first stop the office and shop.
Not only can you buy some wonderful items and books, you can also get some great tips on where to look from the volunteers. This is an A+ book on an A+ cemetery. It's well worth the cover price of.
If you are unsure what a symbol on your ancestor's gravestone represents, a quick Google search of "cemetery symbolism" will yield many helpful sites.
A great reference book on cemetery symbols is Stories in Stone: A Field Guide to Cemetery Symbolism and Iconography by Douglas Keister. Step 3 - Take a close look around. Researching a cemetery can be lots of work but very informative and entertaining.
The shape and material of the stone, its design, and the inscription are all clues to history. Use this outline as. Research In Colorado Cemetery Records. Kay R. Merrill, ed., The Colorado Cemetery Directory (Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies, ) attempts to identify, locate, and publish information from every known cemetery in the state of book is divided by county and then by alphabetical name of the cemetery.
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