As well as recording the visual information available from the graveyard itself, everafter can amalgamate existing parish records with the onsite findings to provide as accurate a record as possible. This is particularly useful in older graveyards where headstones may be so deteriorated that the inscriptions are unreadable but also for records that were only ever recorded manually in parish burial books and for which no headstone exists. 

The process can be valuable in many burial grounds where careful analysis of the records can idenfity the location of deceased persons that have no memorial. Not only is this fantastic for family history research but it also identifies whether unmarked areas may be free to use for burials.

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