MyHeritage Completed Digitizing All of Israel’s Cemeteries

This was mentioned at RootsTech. However, a blog entry on the MyHeritage Blog contains more details. You can read the full story at: https://tinyurl.com/yxjq3omj.

By the way, MyHeritage and BillionGraves are partners in an effort with a plan to work with other organizations and individuals around the world to digitize ALL the cemeteries in the world, compete with pictures and geographical coordinates of each tombstone.

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Maybe all the cemeteries in Israel, but definitely not all the burials in all the cemeteries.

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    All the tombstones in all the cemeteries have been recorded. Undoubtedly, there are some unmarked graves that were not recorded and probably never will be recorded as the facts are probably no longer available.

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No. Not all of them have been recorded. I have searched for several graves in different cemeteries, graves that I know exist and are clear, from the past 20-25 years – which do not show up. Unless the transcription has them badly misspelled.

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