on-line obituaries

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I’m sure some else has run into this problem: You do all your homework on a relative, and learn that there is an obituary on-line. But, the website, such as Legacy.com, has deleted the obit. You have to pay to have it displayed. It’s really annoying, and nothing more than a blatant money grab. Does anyone know of a way around this?

It’s happened to me to many times for me to count, and it's very annoying!
in Genealogy Help by Alex Stronach G2G6 Pilot (337k points)

1 Answer

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Hi Alex,

You could always try https://archive.org/web/ however it may or may not have an archive. It's always best to screenshot things in my opinion just for the record. I store some on my computer or thumb-drive.

Best regards
by Steve McCabe G2G6 Pilot (363k points)

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