How Can I Find a Grave?

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The easiest way of finding a person’s grave, is by visiting the find a grave page (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi). To start the process, just enter your email and password and then search by location, cemetery, dates and obituaries for a specific grave.
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Find A Grave is a commercial website providing free access and input to an online database of cemetery records. The website contains listings of cemeteries and graves from all around the world. More>>
Find a Grave is a commercial website providing free access and input to an online database of cemetery records. One can find a grave online on www.findagrave.com and search by location, cemetery, dates, and obituaries using the deceased identification card after registering to use the service. The website contains listings of cemeteries and graves from all around the world.
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