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What can I say ... I'm a cemetery crawler! I am also a very active genealogist and family history buff. I have grown passionate about FAG and try to keep it as historically accurate as possible.|
Many of my memorials are my family but I have also created a number of memorials for a cemetery close to where I live. I also travel a lot and anytime I am in a cemetery I look for interesting or endangered memorials to document. I especially try to document children. In addition I have recently accepted responsibility for a number of memorials created by Fred King. He created almost 70,000 memorials during the more than 10 years he was an active contributor. Fortunately before he died he transferred most of his memorials to a friend and she is trying to find people to share in their maintenance.
To submit a change or transfer request please click on the "Edit" tab (upper right corner) on the memorial followed by clicking "Suggest a correction or provide additional information".
If you send me change requests please let me know how you know the information - what are your sources? If you request a transfer please tell me your relationship. I will consider all non-FAG guideline transfer requests but may not honor them if I don't feel it is in the best interest of the memorial. I will honor transfer requests that meet the FAG guideline requests unless I am also closely related.
PLEASE do not post obituaries to my memorials. See this FAQ concerning obituaries on FAG. If you wish to have them added to the memorial as a bio then please rephrase them redacting all references to living people and submit them to me as an Edit (see above). Also let me know the source of the information and where a complete obituary can be found. I reserve the right to rephrase and redact what you submit.
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|sherry cain||RE: Mary Ray|
Mary Magadelene Ray, maiden name is May. Daughter of Sarah (Shaffer) and George May. She is buried in Hopetown Chillicothe Ohio Cemetery. She has no grave marker, called Chillicothe Ohio health Department and this is what she relayed to me. Mary's husband, Henry C. Ray and son Clay is buried there too- with head stone. This issue is now complete., thank you.
|Bob on Gallows Hill||RE: The Saltonstalls|
Hi, you're welcome. The problem with the Leverett and Rose tombstones is the engraving is very fine, and the monument is made of an odd material. It seems to be some sort of concrete and is a deep gray. I tried shooting from different angles and later tried to bring out the etching by adjusting the exposure, etc., but what you see is the best I could do. Perhaps someone with more sophisticated equipment might get a better result. The engravings comprise their names and birth and death dates only. In the meantime, I took pictures of all the Saltonstalls. Are you related? I could email them to you. Let me know.
|Jeanne Pritchett||RE: Merle Gustafson|
You are welcome, I was happy to do it!
|BobBoston||RE: Peter Chardon Brooks|
You are welcome.
Thank you for full filling my request for photo of the Kennedy markers.
|KathyBlue||RE: Leo and Mary Skarzenski|
Hi Glendacom! I'm sorry you don't want to transfer management of the memorial of my aunt and uncle. I will indeed ask again in a few months! In the meanwhile, I do have some info to add which I will send along presently. Thanks so much for your time, and take gentle care of my family! KathyBlue
I think in a lot of instances, especially with the death of a child, people are quick to bury without thinking if it is where they want their final resting place to be. Or there may not have been any spots near to where she was buried. I just noticed because her date of death was long before the cemetery actually opened :) I went through and found 4 that had been transferred to Lakeview...three from Redwood Memorial Estates.
|Mark and Kay||Harold Bohm|
Sorry it took us so long to get the photo. Between it snowing in May and working 7 days a week we had trouble getting to the cemetery. It is out in the country. Glad we were able to get it for you.
|June Clement Wood||RE: The Delavergns|
You are most welcome. If I can be of help again, don't hesitate to ask. Also I will be submitting the SAC on the 3 relatives you e-mailed me on. They are my Aunt's and Uncle.
June Clement Wood
|Melanie Mann||RE: Mary Marie Ensworth|
Interesting indeed. Inhave Troxells in my tree. Need to compare "Troxell notes"
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