This is the oldest and the largest free access national Canadian site which collects and displays photos of grave markers in cemeteries. Currently there are almost 1,000 completely photographed cemeteries and 400,000 photos online.
The mission of this project is to capture digital images of headstones of our ancestors. As decades pass -- many stones are becoming harder, if not impossible, to read the inscriptions they originally contained. This Headstone Photo Project is a privately sponsored, non-profit, educational site. Success of the project depends completely upon the activities of many volunteers and other individuals who contribute photographs to the archive. You may submit the transcription from a headstone without having a photo. You can also submit the photo of a cemetery entrance/sign.
Details of 1.7 million members of UK and Commonwealth forces who died in the 1st and 2nd World Wars and other wars, and 60,000 civilian casualties of WWII. Gives details of grave site, date of death, age, usually parents/widow's address.
Name index to death and burial records from Canada. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers. This set contains 101,189 records. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later.
Profiling the soldiers and photographing graves of all the 3,885 WW1 Canadians who served in Canadian regiments and are buried across Britain, including Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Locations and descriptions of cemeteries, churches, towns and cities are also highlighted.
A database of more than 100,000 names and other information from synagogue yahrzeit plaques and other memorial records, worldwide: Argentina, Canada, Croatia, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Slovakia, USA, Wales.