Lotta C. Raber, born and died in Cincinnati, Ohio. Died in 1981.
Her husband died before her and his name is Neal Raber. Son is Donald N. Raber.
Find A Grave is not complete. An obituary might mention where she was interred. The death certificate might mention where she was interred. Also check where other family members are buried and contact those cemeteries to see if she is there.
I have a list from the town of who is interred in the cemetery I am working on for Find A Grave and there are more people on the list than there are stones. Sometimes the graves are not marked.
Dont just rely on Findagrave - which although a great resource - is by no means complete and may be missing entire cemeteries.
Look at things more close to the actual death and circumstances: (not just some partial index created years later)
Things Such as:
Funeral Home Records
Family Journals and Letters
Genealogical Records of the family from decades prior
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A very common problem. Other solutions may include the fact that the person might be buried without a stone to mark the location. In that case, you may wish to check with the sexton or the cemetery office to look for burial entries for that name. Sometimes if you know the name of the funeral home they may also have the info if you can persuade them to look for it. Another possibility is that the person may have been cremated thus there is no actual burial plot.
I think you mean sexton records unless the person is going on a sea cruise. 😀
yes . . . :-)
Tyr Hollenback Cemetery in Wilkes-Barre, PA. They have that name there.
Thank you for the advice. I was finally able to track down a cousin who had the info. I have found her grave site