A Grave Mapper in Illinois had a question about mapping cemeteries on Names in Stone that we all might run into.
Question: How do you map the grave for two people who have a double headstone?
Answer: When you are mapping your cemetery, you want to give every person their own grave, regardless of how many people share the headstone.
For example, if William Thomas and Rebecca Thomas were married and have a double headstone, they still each have their own burial spot under that headstone. So place two graves right next to each other on the map. Then if you attach a headstone photo, you can attach the same photo of the double headstone to each grave.
If any of you have questions as you are mapping cemeteries, don't hesitate to ask. Chances are, there is somebody out there with the same question that you have!