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Any pictures I have posted please feel free to use in your ancestry trees. I don't need credit. Most photos are passed down through family. I feel we are all interested in what our ancestors looked like or what their grave looks like. I know I am. If I could I would link my Memorials back to Adam and Eve. I love it when I see a new family member show up on the family links on one of my memorials. |
I know it's important to add all the names we can to Find A Grave. Yet, we as contributors need to be mindful that the dead we are listing has or had family that grieved their loss. They lived, worked to provide for their family and most importantly, they loved. After all it's called a Memorial. When I research a name I have added to this site I feel connected to the person. I want to make the best memorial I can for them.
I have added a virtual cemetery called Sunset Babies. I'm photographing and adding the baby section at Sunset Memorial Park. My objective is to reunite the babies to their family members.
If you have any information or corrections for a memorial I manage I will be happy to update. if I have a family member of yours i'm not related to I will gladly transfer the Memorial.
Note: Please use the edit function or leave a public message to contact me.
I will not respond to rude people!
I have added Memorials to Find A Grave out of respect for the person who has passed and for genealogy purposes. I have spent money on gas to go to cemeteries, for information, took the time to take photos of their graves and looked up obituaries, death records, etc.
That is why I will not respond to rude people!
To my friends on Find A Grave:
I appreciate all the information and help you have provided me with. There is Robert Fitch, Doris Aliff, Sandy Littlejohn who photograph cemeteries that would be lost without them. If you need to find a cemetery location they usually have the answer.
Floyd Lanny Martin who gave me information and help from Texas. Bonita who talks to the graves as I do., Pj who has linked too many times to count, Nina Thomas who links and asks if you are related and offers to transfer, Gary Aikin who has been so generous providing me with pictures and information on my family.
My mentor Dolores Carlson who taught me how important obituaries are to memorials. She answered all my numerous questions and guided me through FAG when I first joined. I would do anything for her. There are so many wonderful people I have been in contact with on FAG who has linked and gave me information to make my memorials better. I want to Thank you for all you do!!!
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|Shannon Wells||RE: David Paul Williams|
Thank you! I have a feeling there might be more than just him. I'm trying to go threw my tree and fill in the blanks.
|Shannon Wells||RE: David Paul Williams|
I was wondering if it would be ok for me to use photos you have taken of my ancestors headstones on my ancestry acct.
|MissT||RE: Oscar & Virginia|
You're very welcome and I'm glad I could help. ;)
Added by MissT on Feb 28, 2015 10:03 AM
|Amber Jerome-Colby||RE: Cremations|
Thank you for letting me know this. You are an angel sent to our family. All of your hard work is greatly appreciated.
|Amber Jerome-Colby||Stacy Jo Williamson|
Thank you! This is my baby sister. Although her and I never meet my mother talked about her all the time. She hated that Stacy Jo was taken from her so soon. My mother has since passed away and was cremated. Thanks to you we Will be able to put some of our beloved mother to rest with her beloved daughter. Thank you again for taking time out of your life to do this for people. I don't think I could have found my baby sisters grave site without you.
|Shannon Wells||David Paul Willams|
He is my 1st cousin 3x removed
|Shannon Wells||David Paul Williams|
I have a better copy of his obituary if you would like me to send it to you to post here.
|Ron||RE: Lola Mullins|
Sure it that would be ok.
Added by Ron on Nov 29, 2014 6:01 PM
|Ronda Skinner||RE: John Horle|
A Horle relative of mine did a whole book on Horle's. He was enamoured with John Horle Civil War soldier. I believe he created this memorial for John b/c his real gravesite is not known. I am interested if you ever get a reply. I have been to the Cleveland cemetery where John Horle is buried, and it is impossible to read any headstones in the old section b/c they are made from sandstone. Ronda
|Henson||RE: Buel E. Martin|
Thanks for the transfer. Let me know if you come across any that you would like transferred. When I find a relative in a cemetery nearby, I will usually try to do any photo requests posted, or if the cemetery is small enough, try to photograph it all. Most of my tree is located in Putnam County.
I do have some maps of the Spring Hill Cemetery in Charleston that show if the plot has a marker or is unmarked, if you need to know any of that info for photographs.
Added by Henson on Nov 24, 2014 2:22 PM
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