Yes, not a tombstone. Yet. The last time I was up at Woodlawn Cemetery, the staff couldn't find this card and tell me where she was buried. This time via telephone they did, and the wonderful woman sent me a copy via email of their records. Now all I have to do is drive up there and snap a photo. I love Rebecca's dates because they mirror Queen Victoria's. So Rebecca is completely Victorian.
Rebecca, born 1 October 1819, died 24 March 1901
Victoria, born 24 May 1819, died 22 January 1901
Bethia, the daughter of the Rev. Gershom and Bethia (Bangs) Hall. She was the wife first of Kenelm Winslow from last week, and secondly of Joseph Hawes.
Others have already noted and praised the volunteer-led website Findagrave. I've found some of Michael's ancestors on this site from places in Oklahoma and Kansas. A while ago I wanted to add my own ancestors for whom I had gravestone digital photos [some of those photos were real photos that were scanned]. However, there were strict rules for uploading such photos and I couldn't be bothered. Actually the truth was I didn't know how to adjust pixel length and the corresponding file size of a digital photo. Despite the fact I work on a mac, I haven't an artistic bone in my body, so I've never used the mac for its artistic superiority.
I had Arcsoft's Photo Studio 4 already on the computer, so I took some to figure things out. I'm glad to say that I've now uploaded all my photos and created very information-rich memorials for all my close-in ancestors [grandparents, great-grandparents, and double-greats]. I have 26 memorials and 36 photos uploaded. Not bad.
But no web site is perfect. Findagrave is NOT a wiki. That is, once a memorial is set up (i.e. an entry in their database), no one but the creator can edit that memorial. Because Findagrave has been operating for a while, there is the chance, as in my case, that some of your close in relatives have been entered already. Someone entered my great-grandparents for some odd reason. She was not doing the entire cemetery. Perhaps she liked the stone (it is large). However, I know this couple has only 12 living descendants of which I am one. So, I can't do the connections I would like because she "owns" the memorial. I can only email her and hope she changes what is incorrect or adds what is lacking.
All in all, someday this will be quite the boon for genealogy.
[Added note: The very wonderful lady responded quickly to my email request and changed what I asked! She even volunteered to transfer ownership of my great-grandparents' memorial to me. Cool people on Findagrave.]