An example of the benefits of GIS cemetery mapping is the digital burial plot map for the Hazelton Memorial Cemetery in Buckeye, Arizona.
In January 2022, we completed a digital burial plot map at the Glencoe-Geiger Cemetery, which is located on Sugar Mill Dr. between S.R. 44 and Pioneer Trail west of New Smyrna Beach. The land was donated to the Geiger family for a cemetery by the Smith family that is buried there. The cemetery is primarily […]
Are you in charge of a private or public cemetery? Do you have missing or incorrect records that are causing major issues? ViaVista Mapping has the cemetery management solution for you! We offer affordable options for creating maps of your cemetery, using state-of-the art equipment and software, that will help manage and develop your memorial […]
This historic cemetery is located in New York, just north of New York City. The parish of St. Stephens Episcopal Church has been serving the Armonk, New York, community for more than 175 years, and the church’s cemetery is a treasured part of the community’s history. Over the years and through many changes in parish […]
ArcGIS cemetery mapping: We are excited about transforming our business to better serve our clients by providing cemetery maps via a cloud-based geographic information system (GIS) on the ArcGIS platform. Cemetery mapping has long been an important element of cemetery preservation. Reasons for mapping cemeteries include: • Cultural resource conservation • Maintenance of markers and […]
We always enjoy learning about the history of a community through our cemetery mapping projects. The East Elfers Cemetery in New Port Richey, Florida, was established in 1885 on land donated by two prominent community members, and several founding families from the community are interred here. The cemetery also tells the story of Greek and […]
Set in the rolling hills of eastern Pennsylvania, this cemetery is behind what is currently Zion Church, although historically the church was called Lewistown Union (Lutheran and Reformed) Church. Burials took place there as early as 1855, and the transcriptions appear under “Lewistown Union Cemetery” in Schuylkill County Archives, Volume I” by Rice and Dellock. […]