I prefer not to have death certificates on my memorials, I feel it's not an appropriate way to remember someone. If you have information from the certificate you would like added to the memorial, please let me know and I'll gladly add it to the bio section.
If you see any of my memorials that you would like deleted, corrected, or simply transferred KINDLY ask.
You may use any of my photos as you wish. I take them to benefit others, not myself.
Why do I do this? Well, there are several reasons.
1. Headstones are NOT always permanent. Lake of the Ozarks had to flood 7 cemeteries to exist (go ahead, Google it). Vandals damage and steal headstones all the time. Headstones get weathered and eventually become difficult to read. You get the point.
2. It helps those doing genealogy research. This is how I found FAG. Someone was kind enough to do a lot of the leg work for me and I just happened to stumble upon it. THANK YOU!
3. I've received many many "Thank you's" for posting a photo to a memorial. They are usually not in the area or have become incapable of visiting their loved ones gravesite. Being able to view it whenever they want helps them cope with their loss.
When I post a photo I will always try to post the location of the headstone. This allows others to more easily locate them should they need it for future reference.
RE: Keyser Cemetery Margaret Ann Washington Coleman and John James Day. It says buried at the Keyser Cemetery in Bridgeport, WV. It list only these two. I wanted to go a make a list and take pics. I can find no records of this cemetery in our area.
Reece burials are located in Section 8. Six rows in from roadway in plot #118.
According to information provided by cemetery, Enter cemetery off Katy Freeway at the western entrance nearest "Executive Estates." Proceed into cemetery to section 8 (it has an open Bible structure in the center of the section). Reece graves are located six rows in from the roadway, plot #118.
Thanks in advance for your assistance in taking photos of the Reece graves.