On April 8-9, 2017, take pictures of graves in a nearby cemetery.
Because cemeteries are one of the most important resources for genealogists, Geneanet has launched the project ‘A Cemetery for Posterity’ to capture headstones before they are lost.
On April 8-9, 2017, we will need you to picture as many graves as possible worldwide with the Geneanet mobile app or with your camera.
If you can’t take pictures in a cemetery, you can help indexing existing pictures in the Geneanet collaborative database.
How to participate?
1. You have a mobile or tablet
- Install the GeneaGraves app for Android and iOS,
- Go to a nearby cemetery, launch the app, select a project or create a new one, then take as many pictures as you want,
- Once you’re back home, upload the pictures to your Geneanet account via a Wi-Fi access point. These pictures will be free for every Geneanet member.
2. You don’t have a mobile or tablet
- Go to a nearby cemetery and take pictures of graves with a camera,
- Once you’re back home, upload the pictures to your personal computer, then send a message at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the cemetery and the number of graves your have photographed, and we will explain how to import your pictures to your Geneanet account.
- Of course, you can also send us a message if you already have pictures of a cemetery on your camera memory card.
Please click here to see if your nearby cemetery is not already listed on Geneanet.
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