Have you visited Dead Fred lately? This is a very handy site where you can upload your family photos and let the world know just where your ancestors are buried. The younger generation might go "ewww" about this, but for those of us who do genealogy and want to share the wealth of our records and photos, this site is a good place to start. Besides, it is free to register, and they only ask that you donate now and then. The usual amount is $1. Not too hard on the wallet, eh?
One of the things I like about the site is that you can also leave a sentiment and flowers on a virtual grave. With my ancestors spread all over the country, that is a nice way to show you are thinking of them.
There are five ways to search on the site: by surname; location, check the mystery photos to see if you can identify anyone; or just do a keyword search. You might want to look through the section on school annuals too.
You might also like to visit Find a Grave also. Another good site for genealogy research. On this site you can even search for famous person's gravesites too. A friend of mine is the step-granddaughter of Henry Travers (Clarence in "It's a Wonderful Life") and I found where he was buried, and even who was buried nearby and sent that information to her.