If I have entered a memorial for a relative of yours it is because when I was at the cemetery I look for other 'interesting' headstones and something must have drawn me to your relative. I will gladly transfer ownership to you if you e-mail me thru find-a-grave or at email@example.com and give me your membership number.
I welcome corrections and updates...please use the EDIT tab on the memorial rather than contacting me directly.
You have my permission to use any of my FaG photos for your personal use. You will need to use the images on FaG because I do not keep the original .jpg images after I post...too many pix and not enough terabytes of storage!
I particularly enjoy visiting the remote rural cemeteries. I make every effort to find who is the steward of the cemetery and attempt to get a map of the sections and lot locations. (usually the county clerk at the courthouse has the steward information). Most of these stewards are old and all share a common frustration that nobody wants to take over the responsibility from them when they are gone. They are delighted to learn that FaG has taken the interest to list and photograph graves in their cemeteries.
Anna Wagoner, 76460834 Bill, would you look at this page for me? Your photo is for her son, Stanley. I'm at the KSHS right now looking at the microfilm, and there's no marker on the graves for her and her husband, Burt. Could you remove the photo? (A family member brought it to my attention.) Thanks so much.
Jean Morris-Mount Hope Bill, I was connecting Jean with her daughter, Marcia Clark and when I read her obit., the other daughters name was Mrs. Claradell Bruner. Jean's obit, which I sent to you, has Mrs. Clara Clark. Would you please change it to Bruner. Thanks Bill. Nancy
James Murrell Hi again, Bill! I just noticed that the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War also have James Murrell buried in Harveyville Cemetery, but they have his name as Merrell. His name appears both ways on his military records. Could cemetery records also be "Merrell?" Thanks so much (are you related to Murrells?)
James Murrell Hi Bill, Thanks for looking for James Murrell. He was buried in village cemetery, Harveyville, Wabunsee Co KS, as the gov't provided a marker for his Civil War service. I figured the village cemetery would be Harveyville, but, maybe not. Do you happen to know which cemetery was referred to as village cemetery? (I will probably be interested in the other Murrels you found, also.) Thanks again.
Sorry "dupe of Martha Rouse-Corbin Fuller @ Eskridge, KS What is the other last name that she is listed under? I'll remove mine if it is newer and transfer the Bio info to the other one."
I stumbled across it while looking for a Martha Fuller ( I think). Don't remember what cemetery she was in....just click on the cemetery name, type in first name only and it will bring the other memorial up. Good Luck.