Life Chronicle

Celebrate the lives that have touched your hearts with
Life Chronicle—a space to create online memorials for the deceased and let others know their life stories.

FREE* (in December only)

*$1 administration fee will be charged per submission

lc-banner (1)

Online forever, in Life Chronicle

Families and friends can post a Life Chronicle story for their loved ones directly linked to their final resting place. Whether visiting in person or online, everyone can always celebrate their life stories.

Everlasting Memories
Sharing the Legacy
Support the Community
Preserve Local History

How to write a Life Chronicle

Go to

Search for the name of the cemetery of your loved one's burial

Search and select the name of your loved one

"Write a Life Chronicle"
and follow the steps

Life Chronicles from the communities

Hazel Marie Ivey
Hazel Marie Ivey was born December 7, 1914 near Lebanon, Missouri. In her younger years she enjoyed roller skating, and always loved doing hand work projects and spending time with her family. Hazel was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great-grandmother, and was a kind and caring neighbor and friend. Read more..
Ivey Cemetery
makoto hagiwara
Makoto Hagiwara is the man who built the famous Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. He is also the person who invented the fortune cookies served at the end of meals in Chinese restaurants today. Read more..
Japanese Cemetery of Colma
dame jean
Dame Jean McNamara will long be remembered for her work as an authority on infantile paralysis (poliomyelitis). She was also instrumental in introducing myxomatosis into Australia. She qualified in medicine at Melbourne University in 1922, and in 1934, married Dr. J. 1. Connor, who died in 1958. Read more..
Beechworth Cemetery

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

The normal pricing is AUD65 / USD49 (tax incl.) per submission. This is a one-time lifetime price. You can also add multiple photos and put hyperlinks. For each new Life Chronicle submission, 40% of the proceed goes to the cemetery, helping to maintain the resting place of our loved ones.

Everyone can write a Life Chronicle, as long as the deceased record can be found in Chronicle deceased search. The Cemetery will have full control to approve or decline the Life Chronicle and publish it to their online records and map in Chronicle (it will be auto-approved 5 days after submission).

Life Chronicles are linked to the interment record and burial location in Chronicle online map. People can search the name or plot number in the Chronicle Cemetery Map. Once the interment details are open, they can find a button to “Write a Life Chronicle” and follow the steps. For a detailed guide, please visit our Help Center.