People add information to the site by walking a cemetery and taking pictures, or from obituaries, other records or from information they have about family members. We may not have all the burials in a given cemetery, just those that people have added.
How do I block someone on Find My Grave?
There is not a way to block another member. If a member is violating our Terms and Conditions or Community Rules on Find a Grave, you may send evidence of that to [email protected] We will review the situation and take any necessary action.
How do you add someone to Find a Grave?
You can link memorials for family members together on Find a Grave. In the “Family Members” section of the Edit page of a memorial you manage (or the Suggest Edits page of one you don’t), you can add the Memorial ID numbers of parents and spouse(s) to link them.
How do you Find a Grave in a cemetery South Africa?
To find cemetery records for South Africa in the FamilySearch Catalog follow these steps:
- Go to the FamilySearch Catalog.
- Enter: South Africa in the Place box.
- Click on: Search.
- Click on: South Africa – Cemeteries.
- Click on: Places within South Africa.
- Click on: Cemeteries.
How do you Find a Grave in a cemetery Australia?
Information on burials can be found in a variety of sources, including:
- burial certificates.
- church registers.
- civil death certificates.
- council and private cemetery registers/records.
- funeral director or undertaker records.
- monumental inscriptions (listings of gravemarkers, memorial plaques and monuments)
How do I delete photos from Find a Grave?
How do I remove a photo from a memorial? 1 Click on the photo you added. Select delete from the lower left-hand corner of the page. 2 If you are sure about deleting the photo, select Delete.
How do I read messages on Find a Grave?
Go to your Profile. The Messages button is under your profile information. Select Messages. You can view messages sent to you or messages you have sent.
Who runs Find a Grave?
Find a Grave
|Type of site||Online database|
|Owners||Jim Tipton (1995–2013) Ancestry.com (2013–present)|
Is Find a Grave safe?
7 Answers. You cannot rely on any of the information on a Find-a-grave page unless a source is given, and you can verify that source. But, like someone’s tree, it can give you clues to names and relationships. After you get the clue, the next step is to find a reliable source to prove what Find-a-grave says.