Burial Lists by County or City
I have family buried in several surrounding states. When I plan a trip to visit a particllar cemetery it would be very helpful to be able to print out a list of all family members buried in that cemetery, city, or county. I would hate to travel to these places and find out I missed someone.
The Family Tree mobile app has a good routine for this. This blog article explains how to use it: https://www.familysearch.org/en/blog/whats-new-map-your-ancestors2
Create a virtual cemetery in Find-A-Grave. It can be sorted by the following: Cemetery, name and recently added. Click on the following link to see one that I created for my wife's family. https://myfamilysearch.net/ Then click on Julie's Family Plot (Upper right corner). I have 39 memorials in my virtual cemetery.
The following is found at https://support.findagrave.com/s/article/Virtual-Cemeteries
What is a virtual cemetery?
A Virtual Cemetery is a collection of memorials found on Find a Grave grouped for whatever reason the member wishes. You can use a Virtual Cemetery to bring together members of a family who are buried in different physical cemeteries, to group members of a high school graduating class or military unit, to collect famous or interesting memorials or however else you like. You can get to your list of Virtual Cemeteries from the Cemeteries page or from your Profile. A Virtual Cemetery can be public or private.
The page also has instruction on creating it2