Cemeteries Specific To This CD:   NF126
To see a comprehensive list of people found on this CD for
determining which cemetery they are buried in, look in the:
Or go directly to one of the cemeteries on this CD:
Initially each cemetery link shows names sorted
alphabetically, but with a link for sorting them numerically by each
picture's unique identification number. The first five characters of the
ID number define the cemetery; the last four digits are the photo number.
The numbers were assigned sequentially as the photographer walked up and
down the rows in the cemeteries.
Browsing the numerically sorted list is like taking a virtual
tour of the cemetery with names and graves in the order one might observe
while walking up and down the rows in the cemetery. This provides
valuable insight into who is buried in graves adjacent to a person of
interest. If the surnames of adjacent graves are the same, there is a high
probability these people are all in the same family. Even when the surnames
are different, this possibility should be considered. Some examples of
reasons for this: A married woman who died young was often buried with her
parents or siblings; women who remarried after their first husband died
might be buried with both husbands; children of women who were married more
than once might have different surnames and be buried together.
© Kimsey M. Fowler, Jr., 26 Oct 2001