Hello my name is Melissa Clayton Key I am married to Michael Key we live in Henry Co, Tn and have 3 boys Andrew, Alex and Aaron, We also a wonderful granddaughter her name is Serenity Rose We added 2 people to our family this year my nephew Bradley came to live with us and my oldest son Andrew got married to Samantha Ann Carver, I love doing Family Research I have been doing it for 20 years and have ties all over West TN if you need help let me know. If you have things to add or correct anything, please let me know and I'll do it asap. Please contact me if I have memorials that you want transferred I will be glad to do if they are DIRECTLY RELATED to you (PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS, and BROTHERS and SISTERS)PLEASE do not ask for me to transfer whole cemeteries to you, I am happy to add information.When my memorials are entered first please do not ask me to delete them if you have pictures to add, add them to the one that is already there please.Please don't DOUBLE memorials in Cemeteries it makes it confusing for some people if I entered them in F.A.G. first I will ask Find A Grave to merge the duplicates, so please ask for help. I work real hard on Find A Grave entering names and pictures. If I make the mistake I will gladly delete mine, The most of the people I do enter are related to me or my husband, Thank You for looking and have fun with your research I know I do.F A GBecause so many people add data to Find A Grave, there are often duplicate cemeteries and duplicate memorials added. This is a very common situation and is quite difficult to resolve in a way that keeps everyone happy. Before adding a memorial, you should search the cemetery to see if a record with that name has already been added. If you find a memorial has been added but has incomplete or incorrect information, instead of creating a duplicate memorial you should use the tools provided to submit corrections, additions or a transfer request via the "Suggest A Correction" link under the 'Edit' tab on the upper right of the memorial. You should never deliberately create a duplicate memorial.