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From there, you will go to the Search page. The Virtual Cemetery allows you to search on any of information that could have been entered by the person who posted the picture. Keep in mind that not every picture will have all of the information shown on the screen below; you may want to keep your search to just a name at first and then use the other items to narrow your results if you get a long list.

Virtual Cemetery Search page

One advantage to searching on any item is that you don't need to know the name of a person to look for their gravestone. For example, if you know that your ancestors were generally from around Salisbury, Maryland, you could type that information into the Cemetery Location fields on the search page — you may find some family you didn't know existed!

For now, let's try a search with just a last name and a place of death, two fairly basic pieces of information we might have about an ancestor.

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