I will be glad to add any information or make corrections to any memorials that I have created or manage. Improving the accuracy of information available will reduce the chances of being led down the wrong path. I am always willing to transfer management of any memorial to appropriate relatives or receive transfers for any of my relative's memorials.
After I post a photo on a memorial, I generally delete the photo unless it is a relative in my family tree.
When I take pictures or fulfill photo requests, I always take a photos of some other random markers. If the photos are not present on Findagrave, or the memorials do not exist, then I add them. This is a great way to help the knowledge base grow. I have not been to a cemetery where I did not find photos or memorials to add. This technique also helps to find add relationships and correct errors in spelling of names, dates, etc.
Any photos I take or add to memorials may be used for non-profit or non-commercial genealogy purposes. Please credit the photos to "Native Texan" via Findagrave.com. I would appreciate being notified when that occurs. Thank you for this courtesy.
RE: Anna Hart Kornegay transfer We are 1/2 cousins. Lewis William Kornegay was my 2nd great grandfather. I descend from George Ann Kornegay who married Andrew Miles Linton. Their son, Robert Lee Linton was my grandfather, and James Felix Linton was my father. Please email me with your lineage. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norma Smith #147916231 I received your email regarding her manner of death. I am aware of how she died and her manner of death. I have already added additional information to her memorial but have choose not to add that information, But thank you for your suggestion. I will accept your edit request to link to her husband.
McElroy grave Hi, I copied your photo of W. E. & Jerry McElroy's grave and added it to the tree on FamilySearch.org, a free genealogy website. Thanks for being so generous with your photos! Cheers, Kay
Without actual visual proof, like on a gravestone, I am going to decline your name spelling change for Charles and Catherine Minnix. A gravestone spelling and even other written spelling in actual documents isn't perfect proof, but better than no proof.
Most of these Minnix people were my ancestors and I have found children in the same family used both spellings. I have always gone by the spelling on the gravestone. If you can produce gravestone pictures for Charles and Catherine Minnix, I will be happy to make the change at that time.
I will be happy to make a note in their bios of the alternate spelling.
Thank you for all you do on Find-A-Grave.com.
Feel free to email me with any Minnix information.
Martha Blacklock I've adjusted the d.o.d. for her. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. There are typos in the former contributors work. I appreciate being given notice on them so that I can fix them. She worked hard on her memorials but did not have the luxury of so much online data as we do now.
It is the other entry for this name that is the duplication ... it should be deleted.