"If you don't think life is short and/or precious; start reading the obits. Death is no respecter of persons."
I am involved with family research, local charity and volunteer groups. I prefer to correspond via email. I will answer you quicker that way. I am also retired now so I have more time to work on my history and genealogy projects.
I am not a transcriber, as some are, so as to make my numbers look big. I put a personal touch in every memorial I make or each headstone shot I take for someone. I take this business very serious. Just remember that when you write to me. I would like the courtesy of adding my own family memorials. I don't live on this thing like some of you do so folks, slow down, give us at least a day to read the obits for ourselves. You don't know all the links and I probably do.
In case of my sudden demise, or if this research happens to drive me insane, I have instructed my daughter Charlene to take over in my place. Her FAG # is 47465537. She alone inherits all of my family research.
One last word, to those of you who don't think it necessary to say thank you to those of us who take the time and expense to go get a picture of your headstone request: Your the loser. All you got was the data. I had the pleasure of finding the grave and meeting your people, and the ones buried with them. There is no comparison.
If I do not respond to an "edit" within a day then EMAIL ME.
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