Deceased

Deceased Online the central database for UK burials and creations is an ever growing and useful site to use in your ancestral search. The following informational entry is written on the site. If you take time to explore you’ll find a lot more: “It has to be one of those really good pub quiz questions: […]

Continue reading about England’s ‘Little Scotland’ 220 miles south of the border now on Deceased Online

Here’s the latest from Deceased Online: “After conducting research and finding the cemetery, churchyard or burial ground where an ancestor is buried, many family historians are frustrated that they cannot find the plot or even a rough location for their ancestor’s last resting place. And on a cold, wet Tuesday afternoon in February there is […]

Continue reading about Maps of cemeteries and burial grounds in Angus, Scotland

Deceased online says “A further 105,000 burial records for Aberdeen City have been added to the database. This is in addition to nearly 25,000 burial records for Scotland’s third largest city so this will increase the data size to almost 130,000. The new data is for St Peter’s Cemetery and Churchyard for the period 1830 […]

Continue reading about Deceased online has added 105,000 records for Aberdeen, Scotland