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The sixth design came into use in late 1999, and remained until November 2001. It represents a total departure of previous designs, and was created to put emphasis on the search form (top-left) and the browse links (top-right). It also tried to put emphasis on the newest cemetery transcriptions (middle of page).

This design was also meant to accomodate the lowest screen resolution of 640x480 which still commanded about 50% of all web users, and even more within the older-aged genealogy enthusiasts.

Notice the American Flag, and to the left of it the link, "Donate the the Red Cross". This particular screen shot was in use on September 23, 2001, just weeks after the terrorist attacks on September 11.

cemetery records

A free online library of cemetery records from thousands of cemeteries across the world, for historical and genealogy research.

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What makes us Different?

Single-sourced, not crowd-sourced

Each transcription we publish comes from a single-source, be it the cemetery office, government office, church office, archived document, a tombstone transcriber. Other websites already do an excellent job of crowd-sourcing a single cemetery together. But genealogists also need to see the original records from a single source. That's what we offer.