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I have been doing genealogy research since 1986 and find cemeteries fascinating. Sharing cemetery information and photos of grave stones is a wonderful way to help each other with research and to remember those who have passed away. |
A retired Graver has transferred many memorials to me to keep them active. Thank you to every FaG volunteer for all the work everyone puts into this site.
My grave marker photos are free to be used by anyone in their genealogy research. No need to ask. (Happy hunting!)
Please use the "edit" tab. Any additions or corrections to memorial information are always welcome. I do NOT link to "burial unknowns", it creates too many errors and duplicates. If you don't know their burial location, keep researching. Requests for changes/transfers made by email or message will be ignored, the "edit" tab was created for that purpose, but if the information needs further explanation a follow-up email is appreciated.
I will only transfer management of memorials based on Find A Grave's guidelines, be sure to include your relationship. Please see "Help with Find a Grave".
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Thank you for posting the photos requested for Saint Joseph Parish Cemetery.
Added by Paddy on Jul 28, 2016 10:36 AM
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Thanks for getting back to me so soon. And you're right, it would save me some time in the long run to just send the Bios as SACs, rather than transfer requests and then Bios later.
In your case, I know that you'll add them. But with other people I would need to keep copies of the SACs to send to Edit in case they didn't get added. So I will continue requesting transfers from many other folks, then get started on the Bios when I get done with that.
Thanks so much for trying, I greatly appreciate it. Marion
Added by Marion on Jul 24, 2016 7:48 PM
I wanted to thank you so much for making this site possible. I didn't know this site existed until a friend recently referred me to here. All my life I have been wanting to visit the grave of my first love but I never had a chance to actually visit it. Now I found his grave here on the site and I felt emotional to actually see a picture of it. So even though I have not been there yet in reality I now was able to leave some virtual flowers, a message and a photo and I feel so happy about this. Somehow this was a way to remember him again after so many years. I have never forgotten about him but now I can actually come here sometimes and just remember him. Thank you so much, Dani
Added by Dani on Jul 11, 2016 1:06 PM