I'm definitely in love with family history online. I love doing the work for myself and for others.
NOTE: I do not have any copyright issues with photos I take for you. Any photo I take is OPEN SOURCE. I personally feel that anyone who wants to take photos of graves should do so with the intention of sharing them freely. Especially when the person who wants the photo is a relative. In my mind, I do this work as a free service that does not include even acknowledging my own name in doing this. So when you see a photo I took, know that I took the photo in person at the graveyard, but you are not required to give my name or any acknowledgement.
RE: John C Looney What I did after I took the Picture was to spray the stone with Wet & Forget. I don't want to scrub the stone because I don't want to damage it. Now this stuff takes 6-12 months to clean the algae off the stone, at which time I'll take another Picture. Hope for the best.
Ida Van Horn Sorry some words were left out of the last message. The archives will look up and phot and send to you for about $17 or you can photo it yourself for $1 but you cannot do that from home only at the archives.
Ida Van Horn #120376244 I noticed you said you wanted her death certificate. I looked at the index at Maryland State Archives. Her record is #C-76203. It is on microfilm CR 48162 at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis. For a (about $17, I think) will send it to you OR you can go to the archives and photo the record for about $1. They now have the computers set up to bring up the records on the reader in the search room. You no longer have to go to the microfilm itself but you cannot do that from home, only at the archives.