Cemetery Survey Template
As a service to our readers and to encourage the surveying of Hampshire County cemeteries we are posting a spreadsheet to help individuals or organizations make a list of interments in a cemetery. The first link below will bring up the spreadsheet. It is suggested that you right-click this link and save the spreadsheet to your computer. The second link is to the shorter 100 entry spreadsheet which you may enlarge by copying the formatted rows and pasting them to the bottom. The third link is to an explanation in .pdf format. Please note that the spreadsheet was created in the open-source (free) program OpenOffice. It has been converted to .xls format (Microsoft Excel) but should work well in either program. The advantage of OpenOffice is that it is freely available to those who may not have the resources to pay for the Microsoft Office suite. Go to www.OpenOffice.org
Right-Click to save Cemetery Survey Template in .xls format to your hard drive. Note: this spreadsheet contains enough rows for 500 entries. You may want to cut out and save only the number of rows you expect to use in order to save disk space. If you desire to add more than 500 names you need to copy the cell formatting to the additional rows. For the shorter spreadsheet with 100 entries (that you may expand by copying and pasting formatted rows) click here.
Note: We will not accept any cemetery listings that are not in this format!
Right-Click to save Cemetery Survey Explanation to your hard drive.
Veteran Military Marker Project
HistoricHampshire.org is trying to amass a list of all Veteran Military Grave Markers in our county. We would appreciate your assistance in showing these markers on the web site to remind our citizens and particularly our children of how men and women from this county have served our nation. We supply a spreadsheet template if you wish to list the markers in your local cemetery. Right-Click to save Vet Grave Marker web list template (.xls file) to your hard drive.