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    Default Tombstones on the internet?

    Originally posted by Melinda


    : I am looking for any tombstone registry or listing on the internet. Does anyone know of any? I would like to find out if any relatives of mine are buried in any ghost towns and if there is a record of their date of death on a tombstone. I saw one a year or so, but don't have the foggiest idea how I got lucky and stumbled upon it.



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    Default Re: Tombstones on the internet?

    Originally posted by Tom Wood


    : : I am looking for any tombstone registry or listing on the internet. Does anyone know of any? I would like to find out if any relatives of mine are buried in any ghost towns and if there is a record of their date of death on a tombstone. I saw one a year or so, but don't have the foggiest idea how I got lucky and stumbled upon it.



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    : Check out the website for the White Pine County Historical and Archeoligical Society under the Nevada links on Ghosttowns.com. They have a listing of cemeteries in White Pine County, Nevada ghosttowns.




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    Default Re: Tombstones on the internet?

    Originally posted by sherry


    : Melinda,

    : I just posted the name of a 2 volume book that Iam looking for...The Nevada Tomestone Record Book

    : by Richard B. Taylor, pub. 1986. I am also looking

    : for golding mining relatives that don't seem to

    : be burried anyplace! Out of 4 relatives at least

    : 1 should have made it to a cemetary?




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