|Well a few days late is better than not sending this newsletter out at all. I would like to apoligize for the lateness of this newsletter as my family and I have been moving in a way (more like expanding within the house). Anyways, thanks for your continued support of CanadianHeadstones.com.
This month we would like to share with you a couple of stories about cemeteries. One being in Saskatoon and the other in Northern Ontario. We have so much to learn from these cemeteries and unfortunately one of them is in poor condition.
We are also looking for submitters, Board Members and even ideas to make CanadianHeadstones the best site it can be. We recently recieved an email asking if we allow Virtual Cemeteries. Now we know this mean other things on other cemetery sites but how do we allow those who spread the ashes of their loved ones in other places beside cemeteries to record this information. Rest assured we are working on this and it should be available shortly.
Finally, we would like to share with you about a link on the cemetery record when you “Click Here” on the database – This link is for the Local Genealogy Branch in the area. Currently this is only setup for Ontario with the Ontario Ancestors Branches. If your organization would like to be linked (The More the Merrier and it is Free), please email firstname.lastname@example.org. See the following link and scroll down for an example: https://canadianheadstones.ca/wp/headstone-vendor/?wpda_search_column_idperson=20031 – A term we use for this is cross linking – This allows those who are new to the study of Family History to discover other websites they would not normally find as they start out. Join us to promote your group.
As always, thanks for your support.
Till next month
Steve Fulton, UE