Friday, September 10, 2010

New "Digging for Answers" Column in Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal

The Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal has my latest "Digging for Answers" column posted. The question asked by Jeffrey was:

"My local genealogical society wants to do more than a "walk the gravestones and transcribe and index them" survey of our local cemetery. How could we make a really wonderful cemetery book and/or web page that would honor our ancestors buried there and also be a service to our members, local visitors and the genealogical community?"

See the column for my answer.

The latest issue of the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal has these entries:

* Digging For Answers by Randy Seaver

* A Rabbit's Review by LisaMary Wichowski "The American Resting Place: Four Hundred Years of History Through Our Cemeteries and Burial Grounds"

* The International Rabbit "People's Cemetery" by Janet Iles

* A Rabbit's Tale 8/19/2010 "Developing a Cemetery Walk" by Sandy Peavey

* Photo Monument 8/12/2010 "What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?" by Gale Wall

* Tech T.I.P. 8/5/2010 "The HTML Revolution" by Denise Barrett Olson

* History Hare Has Pneumonia by footnoteMaven

* Graveyard Guru 7/22/2010 "The Burial Mound of the Mississippians" by Stephanie Lincecum

Gale Wall edits and posts the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal and is looking for more columnists for 2011. Contact her at

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