A Hereditary Society of the Descendants of Nicholas Meriwether (1631-1678) - "Vi et Consilio"

Burial Places

The Meriwether Society actively supports research and identification of places where people are buried.

TMSI Research Database

The website Find-A-Grave.com is a wonderful resource for finding where people are buried. This site relies on individuals entering and maintaining the burial locations of friends and family. Many contributors are not family but have volunteered to inventory a cemetery. If you have not visited Find-A-Grave.com, we highly recommend you do so!

Memorial Transfers

Meriwether Society members have been creating online Memorials for a number of years and many have been transferred to the care of the Society. If you have created Memorials for Meriwether family  members, please consider transferring the Memorial to the Society for future management and updates. To do so, just click the Transfer button on a Memorial you manage and transfer it to member #46827721.

Virtual Cemeteries

Virtual Cemeteries are named collections of Memorial links. The Meriwether Society manages a number of Virtual Cemeteries, mostly containing folks buried in a common location, such as a State. To see who the individuals we have identified in each Virtual Cemetery, go to our Findagrave Home Page and click on one of the Virtual Cemetery links. If you know of or come across a Memorial for a Meriwether cousin or connection, let us know so we can add it to one of our “Virtual Cemetery” listings to make it easier for others to find. If you would like to volunteer to add links to our Virtual Cemeteries, send us an email. There are other Virtual Cemeteries that might be useful, such as Civil War Veterans, Veterans in general, Lawyers, etc. A person can be assigned to multiple Virtual Cemeteries. All we need are volunteers to help organize them!

Click Here to see The Meriwether Society Find-A-Grave Homepage

Click Here to see The Meriwether Society Virtual cemeteries