I have been involved with researching genealogy for 40+ years (on and off). Unfortunately, when I first started to research genealogy, there were not many relatives interested, so information was not easily obtained. Though, I did manage to get a few small family stories. I guess my relatives realized that I was not going to give up easily. Thank goodness, the internet has so many thousands of records available for searching.
On-going research of my paternal & maternal lines:
I have removed the duplication. I have entered more than 7,000 memorials and photographs in several provinces in Canada, by going through graveyards and taking photographs and entering information from gravestones. I do this on a volunteer basis and there is no time to check for duplication in each and every case before posting. Instead I rely on Find-a-Grave's filtering process to prevent posting of duplicates, but sometimes this does not work for various reasons.
My husbands' Baba is in the M section, too...John Ceiply and Magdalena Kusemka.
So, I was in the area that day, and got a few online.
I have no transferred the record to you. I hope to look back and see what a grand person she was to you, and will give my regards in the form of making sure her stone and gardens are in good form when I pass it next.