I am retired and, until Nov. 2010, full-time RV'd with my husband. We settled in Kerrville, TX planning to RV part-time -- until cancer took my husband Feb'12. We both worked on our family histories and visited family and other cemeteries while traveling 50,000 miles across/up/down the USA. (Aug '08 to Nov '10) We photoed as many headstones as possible along the way, especially military.
My genealogy search is Grogan, McQueen, Scull, Coolbaugh, Burnside, Connolly, Hamlin. John's was Boyd & Anglin.
Also, please feel free to use the HEADSTONE or CEMETERY pictures I post on FindAGrave. That's why I put them up!! JUST CITE findagrave.com WHEN USING THE PHOTO. If there are photos on the memorial other than headstone or cemetery, PLEASE ASK FOR PERMISSION from me or whoever posted it.
Lastly, I maintain a heck of a lot of memorials that I inherited from my husband. If you are related, I will happily transfer to you - just ask via the EDIT tab on the memorial. Let me know your relationship to the memorial, please.
IF REQUESTING INFO ADDED TO A MEMORIAL, PLEASE USE EDIT TAB AND BE SURE TO NOT ONLY LIST CITY AND STATE BUT ALSO COUNTY!!!!
Mallie E. Lindsay The above person buried at East End Cem., Cadiz, Trigg Co., KY is the daughter of Levingston Lindsay, son of Lunsford Lindsay and Elizabeth Lipscomb and Catherine Bailey per death certificate # 22843, Trigg Co., KY. Bob
Hi, first of all I am so sorry to read of the loss of your husband. It sounded like you both had fun working on Find a Grave together.
Since you said you have too many memorials to try and keep track of, I am asking you to transfer my Great Aunt's memorial to me. Although, I am not a direct descendant, I would be happy to maintain it and relieve you of one less memorial.
If you do not wish to transfer, I understand. But I would appreciate you making a relationship link change for me. I thought I had already requested it, but I may have overlooked it.
Her father's memorial # is 146192366 - William Durwood Skinner.
Thanks for all your hard work. Take care. Judy Dickerson Parker