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'''Ancestors At Rest''' is an on-line database that can be used for searching the death records of your ancestors in the United States, Canada, and England 1800 – 1950.  
 
'''Ancestors At Rest''' is an on-line database that can be used for searching the death records of your ancestors in the United States, Canada, and England 1800 – 1950.  
  
=== Internet address: ===
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=== Internet address: ===
  
 
The URL of the website is http://www.ancestorsatrest.com  
 
The URL of the website is http://www.ancestorsatrest.com  
  
=== Cost: ===
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=== Cost: ===
  
Free
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Free  
  
=== Content: ===
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=== Content: ===
  
 
Searches can be narrowed down to looking into the following datasets  
 
Searches can be narrowed down to looking into the following datasets  
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The coffin plates database includes records from the [[United States]], [[Canada]], and [[England]]. They contain ancestor name, date of birth and date of death. Some coffin plates contain age and occupation of deceased or a location of death.  
 
The coffin plates database includes records from the [[United States]], [[Canada]], and [[England]]. They contain ancestor name, date of birth and date of death. Some coffin plates contain age and occupation of deceased or a location of death.  
  
<u>Coffin plate tip</u>: &nbsp;If the coffin plate index has the notation FOUND IN it means that is the location that the coffin plate was found and is not necessarily the place that the individual lived.
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<u>Coffin plate tip</u>: &nbsp;If the coffin plate index has the notation FOUND IN it means that is the location that the coffin plate was found and is not necessarily the place that the individual lived.  
  
 
=== Using the site:  ===
 
=== Using the site:  ===
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Choose from the alphabetical list of names in the index.  
 
Choose from the alphabetical list of names in the index.  
  
*The left hand side bar is a navigation bar that is found on every page of the site.
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*The left hand side bar is a navigation bar that is found on every page of the site.  
 
*There is also a navigational bar running horizontally at the top of every page with lists of general topics to choose from.<br>
 
*There is also a navigational bar running horizontally at the top of every page with lists of general topics to choose from.<br>
  
 
[[Category:England]] [[Category:United_States]]
 
[[Category:England]] [[Category:United_States]]

Latest revision as of 04:26, 11 November 2011

Overview:

Ancestors At Rest is an on-line database that can be used for searching the death records of your ancestors in the United States, Canada, and England 1800 – 1950.

Contents

Internet address:

The URL of the website is http://www.ancestorsatrest.com

Cost:

Free

Content:

Searches can be narrowed down to looking into the following datasets

  • Coffin Plates
  • Funeral Cards
  • Cemetery Records
  • Family Bibles
  • Obits
  • Vital Statistics
  • Wills
  • Funeral Homes
  • Church Records
  • Military Deaths
  • Cenotaph Records
  • German Death Cards
  • Genealogy Lookups
  • Genetic Genealogy
  • Photo Albums
  • Genealogy Articles

Coffin plates

The coffin plates database includes records from the United States, Canada, and England. They contain ancestor name, date of birth and date of death. Some coffin plates contain age and occupation of deceased or a location of death.

Coffin plate tip:  If the coffin plate index has the notation FOUND IN it means that is the location that the coffin plate was found and is not necessarily the place that the individual lived.

Using the site:

Choose from the alphabetical list of names in the index.

  • The left hand side bar is a navigation bar that is found on every page of the site.
  • There is also a navigational bar running horizontally at the top of every page with lists of general topics to choose from.

 

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