Update on Community Days 2020

Across the world, we are all feeling the effects of this global pandemic. It has affected each of our lives differently and we are doing what we can to keep each other safe; wearing masks, social distancing and following the direction of our state and local officials.

We here at Find a Grave want to keep you safe as well. That’s why we’ve decided not to host Community Days this year, as community days does promote members meeting at cemeteries in large groups. Cemeteries are a great place to social distance – when not meeting in large groups – and we encourage you to go out and enjoy the changing fall colors, photographing headstones and other work in cemeteries.

We look forward to next year and wish you the best through this autumn season.

-Find a Grave Team


  1. I am looking to find back the family Maeshall Apers – Magda Lauwers who are living CROSS ROAD 6 in Wallaceburg . Looking forwards to receive some nrws, I remain

  2. Where does one reach out to find out information on purchasing a couple of plots?

    • Find a Grave is a volunteer project. People add information about cemeteries to the site to help identify the final disposition information of people buried there. We are not associated with the cemetery and don’t have any information beyond what the volunteers have added.

      For more information about the cemetery or burials within it, you should contact the cemetery directly. Learn more about Find a Grave here: https://support.findagrave.com/s/

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