"One of our citizens photographs monuments and markers in our cemetery, on a volunteer basis, for families doing genealogy. Names in Stone makes it easier to get the location information she needs, and to serve her community, without making a trip to our office."
Centerville City Cemetery
"Community involvement has been great. Bountiful Cemetery records have only been online for about a month, and already I've had family members contact me telling me how thrilled they are to have the information accessible. In one case, a descendant called to let me know about her ancestor who wasn't listed. We went out and physically checked the family lot, and found his headstone --she was right; he was buried here in 1877 and had never been included in our records. People are already adding gravestone photos, obituaries, and short histories to the website. It's fun to see the excitement Names In Stone has generated."
“Finally, an online burial record that includes maps of burial locations! Names In Stone is wonderful new technology allowing families to access burial records with their associated maps anytime, anywhere. It is completely free to the public and simple to use. Names In Stone is a powerful tool helping families and genealogists, alike, to link generations together.”
American Fork Cemetery
"It's a good feeling to know 100 years of our town's cemetery history is safely backed up with NIS, and that the maps and data are always available online to family members who want to visit graves. We have had a great response from the public - they are very appreciative."
King City Cemetery
"Of all the newer genealogy/historical websites out there, I think yours is by far the best I've seen -- maybe the best ever for a start-up. Kudos to all who thought this site out so well, to those who designed it, and those who use it. I look forward to seeing it grow."
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"The comparison of what can be done on Names in Stone and [on other websites] tells it all!"
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