Sadly, Bud has passed away. Please consider visiting their Find A Grave memorial page and leaving some virtual flowers. Their enthusiasm for cemeteries and willingness to help future generations lives on through their contributions to Find A Grave.
ALL I AM DOING NOW IS TRANSFERRING, MAKING CORRECTONS OR DELETIONS.
THINK, would you like me to make the data edits, or would you rather have the memorial and add what you want anytime? Very liberal transfer policy.
Happy Researching, Bud
All photos we have uploaded to FindAGrave are for the members to use as they see fit.
We have absolutely no relative, except our own children and grand children, in Georgia. All of the Georgia memorials have been gleamed while walking cemeteries searching to help Georgians that have relatives here and have moved out of this state.
In Tenn. W. V. and Conn. We have many memorials put on that are not members of our family.
When looking for information by walking cemeteries or looking thru data we would gather extra info and we did not just want to throw it away. We hope that it will benefit someone out there.
IN SOME OTHER STATES.
While traveling we would sometimes stop at cemeteries and just walk and photograph interesting headstones. These too are meant for family or friends of the deceased.
We surely have enjoyed our adventures with FindAGrave and it's original quest of helping folks find there missing loved ones final resting place.
Happy Researching You All,
April 10, 1935
East Haven, Ct.
Stone Mountain, Ga.