Post-em Note Help & Examples

How to use Post-em Notes on this site ...

Gravestone Photo Post-em Notes can be used for many purposes by clicking on the Post-em Note tab and using the form provided.  Select a password of your choosing.  There is no pre-registration required. (Be sure to also record your password in a safe place for future reference.)

Some Post-em Note Examples:

Please keep your Post-em Notes very brief and specific to the individual listed.  Obituaries should be posted to the appropriate county GenWeb Obituary Message Board, then add a link to the obit via the "Post-em".  Avoid using Post-em Notes as a substitute for email to others who have posted. Use the Email contact form provided to exchange further info.  Post-em notes used inappropriately are subject to removal. Post-em Notes are limited to a maximum of 400 characters.

Post-em Account Tools

Updating a Post-em

If you have contributed a post-em and later wish to make changes -- the updating process is relatively easy.

First -- do a search for the Gravestone Photo record that contains your post-em and click on the appropriate record. Once at the Gravestone Photo page, click on the Post-em tab page which displays all post-ems associated with that record.

Click on the the red "Edit" button in the upper right corner of the post-em; this will expand the post-em and give you a place to input your password. You have the option of editing or deleting your postem -- if you choose edit, make sure to save your changes when you are finished.

Lost Passwords & Post-em Reminders

As a service to our users, we provide a detailed report of all post-ems you have contributed using a specific email address. Use the form below to input your email address and select "Submit". A list of all matching post-ems (and passwords) will be emailed to you within a few minutes. If the email address that a post-em was contributed under is no longer active you will need to "Contact Us" to request assistance updating your old address.

Email Address: