March 10, 2020 Kansas Tuesdays and Tombstone Tuesdays Update – March 11, 2020

I mentioned last night in my Tombstone Tuesdays post – Summit View Cemetery, Guthrie, Oklahoma – Tombstone Tuesdays March 10, 2020, I was going to update it as I found a number of new links. I also mentioned I would be backdating my Kansas Tuesdays post to last night as I had not finished it before it was scheduled to be posted – National Glass Museum, Wellington – Kansas Tuesdays March 10, 2020. I updated the Tombstone Tuesdays post with new links. I also backdated the Kansas Tuesdays post earlier today.

Most of the time I am able to get theme posts out timely. In some cases, I schedule them ahead of time, like The Six Million Dollar Mummy — Commonplace Fun Facts – Weirdness Wednesdays March 11, 2020. I try to schedule the first three posts for the next day early. The first three posts of today were scheduled yesterday. In a few cases, I have posted scheduled for next week or down the road. The goal is to do them on my laptop, but sometimes I have to do them on my phone, then correct any problems caused by using my phone to post. They are rare, but occasionally problems happen when submitting a post using my phone.

One thing I hadn’t done with my Tombstone Tuesdays post was create a template until today. Some of the links won’t provide additional information, but if it’s a cemetery that has famous or infamous buried there, you may find them mentioned on websites you wouldn’t expect. I won’t always use the template as there are times when I am highlighting a website or blog and not a specific cemetery. In the case of Summit View Cemetery, I was happy to see a website that allows me to know where someone is buried. Too many websites, especially local government websites don’t make the information available online.




About Wichita Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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