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We love FAG. We began taking pictures of memorial stones of our family. As we traveled to cemeteries to photograph family stones, we realized that there were lots of memorial stones that were untouched. We believe that every stone represents a life lived and needs to be recorded for future generations.We have traveled many miles and spent countless hours taking pictures of entire cemeteries, looking up death certificates and linking family members.If we have done a memorial for one of your loved ones, feel free to request their memorial. However, we transfer according to FAG guidelines. Please be kind when requesting. We will not reply to hateful, demanding requests. This is a hobby that we enjoy, and we will not allow anyone to add stress or aggravation to something we enjoy. We strive to present a memorial that will please the family. We don't put info that would be hurtful to the family or dishonor the deceased. We try to put only documented information on our memorials. The information on the stone and MO death records are our main source. If you have information to add, please cite your source. Your name with be listed on the memorial as the source of information you submit.As of 2014 we have photographed in 113 cemeteries with 88 complete cemeteries.|
We thank Cara, Herbert Rickards and Dottie Kunselman & Fred King for entrusting us with many of their memorials.
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