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FEBRUARY 24, 2020

Find Memorials & Obituaries

We Remember has thousands of memory pages. Here’s how to find people, obituaries, and memory pages that matter to you.

Start at the top

The search field at the top of the page under the logo is the first place to start. You can search by name, city, funeral home, and newspaper keywords. Don’t see the Search field under the logo? Use the Search button next to the main menu button to show the search field.

Use the Search button to show and the hide search field. Enter a name, city, funeral home, or newspaper to start.

Narrow it down

As you enter your search words, we’ll show you the best matches in a drop down menu. Have a match? Click the row to visit that page. For common names and locations, there may be too many choices to show. Click “View all results” to browse the full list on a page. Or, continue to narrow down the search here by changing or adding more keywords.

We’ll show you the top matches. Not sure? Click “View all results” to browse the full list.

No results? Try again or create a page!

If we can’t find anythign matching your keywords, we’ll show the following screen. First, doublecheck your spelling, as mistakes in typing are common. Second, try some variations on the name (James vs. Jim), or a broader location (California vs. San Francisco). We have thousands of pages, but we may not have one yet for your person. The good news is that you can create a page for them! It’s completely free and only take a few minutes.

No luck? Try changing your search words. If we don’t have a page yet, please make one!

Why are there more than one page for my person?

We Remember pages can be created by anyone, and there is no “official” page for a given person. For example, two siblings can each create their own pages for a mother who passed away. Each page would have its own memories, guests, and privacy settings. We’d love for them to contribute to the same page, but there may be good reasons why they were started separately. If you find more than one page for your person, you can join one, all, or none — and still create your own as well.

See Also

Review these helpful articles, or visit the Help Center to see Frequently Asked Questions and more.

Start a new page now!

Who will you remember? It takes less than a minute. It’s completely free for you to create, and always free for friends and family to contribute memories.