"Lord, Today, let me do all the good I can, for I may not pass this way again." (author unknown)
We are temporary stewards of the memorials we add and maintain. The reward (for me) comes from maintaining the most accurate and dignified memorials I can. What we record becomes history, and a record in someone else's family tree. We have a responsibility to do a good job of it. It's a privilege and honor.
Please feel free to use any of my photos on Find A Grave or genealogy websites.
A good many of the memorials that I maintain are not my own family members, so don't be afraid to request a transfer. You might get lucky :)
unknown Crossley I think the unknown Crossley in Peace Cemetery is Asa Crossley, born in 1844 in Missouri; his mother was Cynthia Darneal/Darneille Crossley; not sure of his father's name. Cynthis (Cintha) is also buried at Peace Cemetery. Asa died 26 Feb 1892 according to family records. He was my great-grandfather's half-brother. -- shirleyk
Memorial# 65929771 Nova Davis Is Nova Davis a relative of yours? He was a younger brother of my paternal grandfather, Lem Davis. If you are related please contact me so we can get acquainted. I found this grave on a trip to Joplin several years ago. I live in the Houston, Texas area. If you are not related then would you pass on ownership of this memorial to me? I have pertinent info I can add in addition to a picture of him, that I'll probably add in the next day or so no matter what.
Just recently found the photos that you added to Caroline (Sievers) Paustian and Hans Asmus Paustian in the Grand Island, Nebraska cemetery, both are branches in my family tree. Do you happen to have other Paustian, Stuhr, or Hamann Photos?