Thanks to a new burial data program on the city of Rome’s Web site, genealogy researchers and loved ones may have an easier time locating their ancestors buried in Rome’s public cemeteries.
The service can assist those looking for the plots of ancestors, family or friends buried in city-owned cemeteries — Eastview, Oakland and Myrtle Hill.
“We’re one of the first two or three cities to give this feature,” said Rome Cemetery Director Stan Rogers.
The information only covers burial records, the cemetery lot number and plot location number. The site can also generate clickable maps of the cemeteries that allow the user to navigate and find the exact placement of the plot.
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