Friday, 16 July 2010

Follow Friday: Deceased Online

From Deceased Online's website, we are told: "Deceased Online is the first central database of statutory burial and cremation registers for the UK and Republic of Ireland -- a unique resource for family history researchers and professional genealogists."  You can search for free, but further records have to be purchased, as with most online sites, and their records include:
  • burial and cremation register entries in computerised form
  • digital scans of register pages
  • scans of book of remembrance pages
  • grave details and other interments in a grave (key to making new family links)
  • pictures of graves and memorials
  • maps showing the exact locations of graves and memorials.
There is nowhere to create a page of remembrance, as in Find-A-Grave, but maybe this is coming.

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BTW, I analyzed my writing, from the Analyzer at  "I Write Like...", and guess who I write like?


I write like
Kurt Vonnegut
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!


Kurt Vonnegut used to write works blending satire, black comedy, and science fiction. I have a very dry sense of humour (but I also like the ridiculous!) and love Star Trek. Does that count? rotfl

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