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I live in Texas but was born and raised in Southern Illinois.|
A lot of people here have helped me by photographing headstones of my family members that are far away from me now, so in order to give back to this online community, my husband and I go to local cemeteries and try to take pictures of every headstone in those cemeteries.
If I've taken a picture of your family members headstone, please feel free to use the picture in your family tree. It's your family and I'm just glad I could help!
I don't mind adding information to memorials, but please include the source of the information and re-write the information in an attractive format. In other words, no abbreviations, use proper grammar and punctuation and put it in your own words. No plagiarism or copyright infringement please.
I will not add copy and paste online census information to memorials. That information is already on the internet for free and anyone can find it. Re-write it and I will gladly add it to memorial. If it's important to you to have that information on the memorial, then it should be important enough for you to take the time to re-write it in a storytelling format that will be interesting and informative.
This is an example of an acceptable use of census information added to a memorial Nancy Jane Clark
This is an example of proper use of sourced information. James Alexander
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