MyHeritage Employees Photograph Cemetery

As a kick-off event for a new global initiative between MyHeritage and BillionGraves, 80 MyHeritage employees photograph a complete cemetery, http://blog.myheritage.com/2014/03/myheritage-employees-digitize-an-entire-cemetery-to-kickstart-global-initiative using the BillionGraves app. At present, there are over 51,000 images waiting to be transcribed. http://billiongraves.com/pages/cemeteries/PetachTikvaSgulaCemetery/183053#cemetery_id=183053&lim=0&num=25&action=browse It’s an Israeli cemetery and the headstones aren’t in English.

You can read more about the initiative here.

 

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