Hi, I'm Suzie. I became interested in genealogy in 2007 after my father died.
If you would like to use the photos I have taken for your personal family/Ancestry trees, please credit Fluttergirl.com.
I live in Austin, TX, with my husband and our two kidlets. I enjoy riding my dirt bikes (yz250f & ttr225), learning digital photography (Nikon D90), genealogy, exploring cemeteries, and reading.
When I have extra time I comb through death certificates and old newspapers for memorials. I like to add as much information as possible to each memorial I create.
If you would like to maintain a memorial I have created, please leave me a message or use the "edit - suggest a correction" option. I am happy to transfer memorials to anyone who is in any way related to, or friends of, the deceased. Or if you are investigating a particular family line, feel free to ask for a transfer.
I would like to thank every contributor who submits edits to memorials I maintain. I can't say how much I appreciate your assistance and input.
RE: Raymond Eugene Conner I don't have any information on Pearl Evans Conner. From census records I believe she and Samuel were divorced.Also from census records I know she and Samuel had two other children besides Raymond.
The vast majority of the flowers and tokens I have been leaving on various memorials in recent years are for children who were tragically taken far too soon (i.e. murdered, abused to death, bullycide victims, etc.). These beautiful kids have a special place in my heart, and I have, in fact, created virtual cemeteries exclusively devoted to them so I could somehow give them a home and something to memorialize them for a long time to come.
I have also noticed that you have done a wonderful job creating those memorials through the years, including kids who were murdered a long time ago but who are either completely forgotten today or whose murders have not made any significant news. Thank you for remembering these kids as well as the others who have already departed from this life. Keep up the good work!