Here at Memorial Pages our intention is to provide our visitors with online information regarding the funeral and cremation process in the United Kingdom.
For general interest we also have links to famous deaths from 2005 upwards and individual memorial pages for some of these people. (Ongoing project)
We're also in the process of setting up memorial pages for many of our ancestors. For example family members who died in the war, or have no known grave. Also profiles of many ancestors we have decovered during our family history reseach, which we have been doing since the early 1980s - long before Ancestry and Find My Ancestors and such like websites existed and when research meant travelling to each district or country of origin. Some contain detail of the person's life, whilst others are simple but poignant testimonies. We are carrying out this work as memorials are an excellent way of recognising people and events that may otherwise be forgotten by future generations. By creating an online memorial webpage for our loved ones and long departed we are providing a lasting tribute that the entire world can see and read. The ancient Egyptians believed that if you speak the name of the deceased and remember them, then that person will live forever. And that is what we aim for here at Memorial Pages. We want all our ancestors to be remembered and their lives celebrated and you are more than welcome to look through them. (This is an ongoing project)
We also have a section where we therorise on the possibility of 'Life After Death' and what we and others think.
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