We are receiving wonderful reports about your work. Keep
it up! Now is the time to grab your graph paper and draw
a map of the cemetery including any roads, paths, or
landmarks. After locating these key components, start
mapping the tombstones. Accuracy is important.
Measure distances--at least between rows when rows
exist. Don't worry about overflowing your paper.
When you get back to a computer, you can redraw your map using
the Draw toolbar in Microsoft Word. Display the
"grid" and you've got on-screen graph paper.
See Sample. Also go to http://inman.surnameweb.org/ cemetery/cemetery_mapping.htm
for tips and examples.