The day after Friday the Thirteenth, we’ll recover from the superstition and start digging into cemetery photography and a mystery of why two unrelated men were buried in the same plot.
Cemeteries are beautiful places to document our ancestor’s lives. However, people often take less than stellar photos from when visiting graveyards. We’ll talk about how to go from this:
Then, we’ll use the principles of genealogy FAN charts (or cluster genealogy) to determine how two men buried in East Lawn Cemetery were buried in a plot in a family neither are obviously a part of.
Join me, alongside host Thomas MacEntee or Hack Genealogy, on:
Saturday, October 14th
from 11 am (CST) to 2:30 pm.
This three-hour education event normally costs $29.99, but if you want to take advantage of an early bird discount, you have until October 9th. Visit the registration page found here:
And then type in TOMBSTONE as your promotion code at checkout! You’ll receive $10 the registration.
When you register, you’ll receive access to the live boot camp, where you can ask questions along the way during the live chat. You’ll also receive a cemetery photography tips handout and access to the recorded version for your replaying enjoyment.
Let’s have fun this Family History Month and talk cemeteries and burial.