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The memorials I have created are a reflection of my interest in genealogy. Most are a result of converting information from online burial lists and death certificates. I sincerely hope I have made it easier for you to find your ancestors. If I have helped you please consider paying it forward. This can be done by visiting a local cemetery and taking a picture for someone else or just by adding additional names to this website.
If you have changes or additions to make please submit an edit by using the suggest a correction (SAC) feature. Bio info and other requests not addressable in the drop-down system please send by "other" SAC.
Duplicates: It's never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate, please use the Report Duplicate Tool. I happily make transfers within the 4 generation Find A Grave Guidelines which are: Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. Please use the EDIT tab to ask for EACH transfer and please include your member number. I will consider transfers outside these guidelines but PLEASE STATE YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.
Tip: Please include the gravesite location when requesting a photo. This can be done by calling the cemeteries directly.
Headstones were grave markers placed at the head of the grave (some graves also had a "footstone" marking the other end). Gravestones were flat markers placed over a filled-in grave - these were very large, covering the full size of the grave. Tombstones were the actual lid of a stone coffin. There are other kinds of graves and markers too, such as mausoleums and sarcophagi. A cenotaph is a marker when no body is actually in that burial location.


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