Deceased Online has added maps of cemeteries and more burial records.
Detailed digital maps have been added to Deceased Online showing the exact locations of graves (lairs) within cemeteries and burial grounds in the Scottish county of Angus. Nearly 100,000 burials in 64,000 graves have been mapped out, providing overview, section and detailed grave maps identifying exact plots, even if no memorials exist.
The website has also added 12,000 burial records for Corby. Although located in the heart of England in the county of Northamptonshire, the town of Corby has a population claiming at least one-third Scots ancestry. Corby was the UK’s premier steel city and in the depressed 1930’s attracted thousands of workers from Western Scotland and Ireland.
Burial records for the town’s two cemeteries, Old Cemetery and Shire Lodge dating back to 1899, are now available on Deceased Online. The records comprise nearly 12,000 burials with scans of registers.