|Names and That:
Unusual sources found on flea markets, in antiquarian books or in family trees supplied exciting information about families from the United Kingdom and the world.
Funeral cards and obituaries are an important source of information for the family researcher. They can give us a prospective of what life was like for the family and about the person who has died.
|Cemeteries and churches:
An almost never ending source of information is cemeteries. Head stones tell about people from past centuries. Also churches tell us a lot about the life of our ancestors.
Various wars plunged our world into disaster. Uncountable calamities were a disaster for whole families. The world stopped breathing for a moment. Our memorial project wants to remember in honour and respect.
Another resource for finding ancestors, especially more recent ones, to complement collections of war memorials and gravestone inscriptions.