Re: Mt. Sharon Cemetery #general

EdrieAnne Broughton
 

It might help if you include the location of the Mt Sharon and Mt Lebanon cemeteries you were talking about.  There are several Jewish Mt Sharons that come up in a google search and many more that are obviously not Jewish.  I found that while Mt. Lebanon in Glendale (Queens) NY doesn't have much presence on Find a Grave, it does have a website of it's own and includes a search engine for those buried there.  Adding a cemetery to FAG is easy.  First find the complete name of the cemetery, including previous names.  Go to FAG's page, hit Cemeteries in the top menu bar.  There are two choices below the "search for cemeteries".  One is Add a Cemetery, the other is Browse by Location.  Do try to browse by location because often the missing cemetery is there under another name.  If it isn't, then hit the Add a Cemetery and fill out as much as possible.  If there's an office where the clerk is missing, ask for a business card and enter the information on it.  If you add a burial or two that will get things started.  I support Find a Grave because they are mostly volunteer and a handy place to start searching when you don't have much money.  You get out what you put in.
               EdrieAnne Broughton
                Vacaville, CA  FAG # 47015046

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