||The name displayed in the first row includes all
alternative forms which appear in our files. The
second row shows what we understand to be the
"official" or "legal" name.
|These are nicknames, maiden names, alternate
spellings, and other names which appear in reference
to this person.
|Born & Died:
||Dates shown in green are indefinite (circa).
||The age found in family or official records. The
source may be the grave marker but may differ from
that on the grave marker. When no written age at
death is found but sufficient birth/death data is
available a computer calculated age will be shown.
||Veteran status is afforded anyone who has served,
whether in combat or in peace times. Field may also
include the war/period in which the person served.
||Social Security Numbers of deceased persons who
were covered by Social Security are available from
US Government records. Some are noted here for
convenience only. Care should be taken as some women
may have been covered under their husband's number.
||The abbreviations are sometimes
"m/o"="Mother of", "d/o"="Daughter of",
etc. However "s/o" may refer to Son, Sibling, or
Sister. Take care in interpretations.
||Burial is presumed for most records, this field
provides for cremations, war casualties, and other
|Sect & Lot & Map:
||Information from the cemetery's records showing
where the grave is located.
||As GPS readings become available, the Latitude and
Longitude coordinates of the grave will be posted
and a link to Google Earth maps will be established.
||This is the age inscribed on the grave marker.
These inscription are most often on older grave
markers. Note: our records are not always clear, the
data may have come from an obituary or other
sources, and there may indeed be no inscription on
||The person or business which engraved the grave