How does the search work?
Names in our database are entered exactly as they are written on the graves. Try to search alternative spelling variations for your required name. You can also try different combinations, e.g.;
Khachik Asatryan Gagiki (where Gagik is the father’s name)
Asatryan Gagiki or Asatryan Gagik
You can also type in a shortened version e.g.;
Khach As Ga
Please note that patronymic names in Armenian can be declined. For ex. Sargis is declined into Sargsi, where “i” is omitted. If you are not sure how to correctly spell the father’s name you may simply omit it or write the first letters e.g. “Sar” or “Sarg”.
Which graveyards are included in your database?
We have data from Yerevan, Gyumri, Ejmiatsin, Zvartnots, Hrazdan, Abovyan, Armavir, Gavar, Noraduz, Ashtarak, Stepanakert (Nagorno Karabakh), Moscow (Russia), London (UK) and several other Armenian cities and villages.
I would like to help you by adding images from my hometown.
If you have a phone with a built in GPS system and a camera you may take photos of the graves and send them to us. You can read the manual on how to take photos correctly here.
I can’t find my relative’s grave. What should i do?
If you have tried different variations and still were unable to find the grave you were looking for please send us an email including the name, surname, patronymic name, date of birth, date of death and which cemetery he/she is buried in. We will get back to you asap.
I can’t type in Armenian/Russian/English
It doesn’t matter which language you are typing in. It automatically searches in all languages. To see how we have converted Armenian/Russian letters into English, please have a look here.
I would like to get the GPS coordinates of the grave I found.
If you want to know the exact location of the grave, you have to send us an email.
I found a mistake on your site.
Please send us an email and we will correct it asap.