Death certificates or other documents confirming deaths are very important in genealogical research. But what happens when the documentation is not available? The answer may be to find a burial site.
This is a guest post by family scientist Amie Bowser Tennant, who is behind the blog The Genealogy Reporter And also writes for lisalouisecooke.com. Amie is actively engaged in genealogy research, and regularly lectures on preserving family life for the next generation.