I've been involved in genealogy for over 60 years. It started when an uncle asked me to make a family tree for an upcoming family reunion. That reunion is over, but the tree hasn't stopped growing. Cemeteries are a wonderful source of family history, and, observation combined with outright detective work makes a fascinating and addictive combination.
PLEASE, do not put death certificates on the memorials, chances are I've already put any pertinent information in the biography. Let's celebrate the life of the person.
PLEASE be careful about posting obituaries. Living relatives may not like their names published and there are copyright problems with obituaries unless you own them. Usually, obituaries before 1922 are considered in the public domain.
Oliver Jones Sawyer I just found out that this is the person who orignally had our house that we currently live in. So I decided to start looking up his history, and walla. You do a wonderful job with the bios, keep up the good work. Bev
RE: Isaac Groff 73933883 Thanks for responding to my question regarding Isaac Groff. I have a Lancaster, Pennsylvania Mennonite Vital Record with Isaac and his parents (Michael Groff and Rebecca Carpman Groff) listed. I also found his marriage record to Margaret Campbell. Is there any way to add a note to his memorial with this info?
William Race FAG #51974451 Hi Judy... I just wanted to ask if you could tell me where you found the information that William Race was born in England? His Find A Grave Memorial Page # is 51974451. Thank you for any information you can share with me about him. ~Tammy
Jonathan Salsberry Dear Judi, Can you tell me the source of the information contained in the bio for Jonathan Salsberry? He was my boss's great, great grandfather and we are trying to confirm the source. Thanks so much! You are amazing. dwiles