Though I'm mainly interested in memorials pertaining to my relatives, I'm also researching and maintaining memorials for individuals who built or have lived in my 1885 Victorian home (currently working on the first family, the Nathan D. Allens). That said, if you're a relation of any member of this latter group, I would be glad to consider transferring their memorials to you. Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, any distant relatives- it doesn't matter to me as long as you pledge to take care of their memorials once they're yours.
Immediate family names I'm currently researching include: Bardol, Braun, Chuberko/Csubirka, Domedion, Fleischman, Flewelling, Laur, Opachko/Opacsko, Sanko & Wrobbel. Close relations I'm also researching are Bartuch, Chall, Parkes, Plakosh & Vesely. If you have any information on any of these families, I'd love to hear from you.
Last but not least, hats off to those who've permitted me to use photos on my family tree that they've initially posted here at Find A Grave. Traveling to far flung places to capture images of headstones is an expenditure I can't currently justify, so your generosity has meant a great deal to me. Thank you so much!
RE: Roger Thomas Laur I am pleased that this worked out for you. On John Laur's memorial it mentions a child Lucy Ann Laur. Have you located her? On the 1940 census april 2 she was 4/12 months of age. I now have the Oakwood cemetery database of all burials. If you need help feel free to ask.
Laur Connection I have finally made the connection to your research and mine this morning. Lucy's father is my great granduncle. So I may be able to offer some help for you on Laur/Docherty if you are interested.