I have been interested in genealogy research for over 16 years. I enjoy taking photos and adding the information to this site in hope that it will help someone researching their family. I especially enjoy filling volunteer photo requests because it combines my love of photography, genealogy and volunteerism. If you see any mistakes or have additions to my postings, please let me know and I'll make corrections. I reserve the copyright of all my pictures.
I willingly make transfers within the 4 generation "Find A Grave" Guidelines which are: Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. Please use the "EDIT" tab to ask for EACH transfer. PLEASE STATE YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.
If you are seeking transfer to "have all your family together" ~ use the virtual cemetery button. Then all of the memorials will be in the same "cemetery", and you can look at them daily.
Tip: Please include the gravesite location when requesting a photo. This can be done by calling the cemeteries directly.
Thank you so much I want to thank you for all the hard work you have done to document the graves of my family members and others. You are so generous to give up your time for us. I also want to let anyone asking for a transfer of memorials from the originator to appreciate all their work, for without them, we would not have the wonderful documentation that completes or augments our trees. Though many of us take over the maintenance of the memorials, it is the originators who truly put the effort into establishing this baseline. Thank you so much for all your work. You are indeed a blessing to our family and the others you have helped. Thanks
Thanks for the suggestions and interest. If you read the record from familysearch carefully and compare it to the obituary I added to the memorial you will see the reasons for my decision. I wonder what caused her death at such an early age? Possibly TB? In any case I greatly appreciate your literally monumental contributions to this endeavor. I believe that in the future people like yourself will be recognized and honored for the great historians you are.
With Gratitude, Paul Casey
P.S. If you ever locate her husband James W Webb who was born in England and died in 1845, please let me know. Thanks, P.C.
Walt Kelly I was intrigued by your memorial to Walt Kelly at Evergreen because there is another posting maintained by Find a Grave (7950542), which does not mention Evergreen. I know that Evergreen mentions him in their website, but he is not in their online database. So I contacted Evergreen, and here is their reply:
"We had someone else work on our website who also created our book. Iím not quite sure why this was added and I tried searching to see if I could find any information. Unfortunately, all that kept coming up is that his widow Selby had his ashes until her passing in 2005. I tried checking with the Historian who also said heís not quite sure why this was added on our website, but itís possible that he had intentions of being interred here, and mightíve actually been interred with his wife, or in her casket."
So, chances are that he is not at Evergreen, in my opinion.