USMCconley

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Be sure to research the relationships within the memorials before copying into your family tree. Copying potentially wrong family names and dates will create a huge problem for you and others down the road. Do additional research to confirm all is correct before adding to your tree. To report duplicate memorials, click on the "Report Duplicate" button on the memorial and FindaGrave can usually fix it.

A note relating to Fannin County, Texas cemeteries: they have a very nice website that may immediately offer the photo you are looking for. I suggested they transfer these to FindAGrave website. Find it here:
http://txfannin.org/cemeteries.php

Photo requests: please note flour and chalk and other previously accepted methods will actually damage old stone; please read these hints for using tin foil, and flashlights to help light hard to read stones:
https://forgottenstoriesdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/tombstone-photography-dos-and-donts.pdf

Links to help for California searches:
https://www.deathindexes.com/california/los-angeles.html

Please have compassion for others and if you cannot reply in a positive way, then don't reply at all.

My husband lost his battle with esophageal cancer Nov. 2014, his memorial # 139923728.

We are all fighting our own private battles and don't need the negativity. If I don't thank you promptly, please don't be harsh. I always thank volunteers as soon as I can.

Please be kind in your messages to everyone on the site.

I will put in a blanket THANK YOU here for all who do my edits/corrections; I submit too many edits and corrections to open and reply to each one, but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate your time and effort in doing them.

Military connections: my father, a Purple Heart veteran injured in battle at Saipan, Northern Marianas, but back to battle a week later, was a Marine, 2nd Div., Pacific, in WWII in the Special Services/Intelligence team and was at all the island battles;
his father was in Army in WWI;
my brother in law, Timothy Siebert, was in Army, Ft. Campbell, KY, 101st Airborne, Desert Storm and Desert Shield.
my father-in-law served in the US Army in Europe;
T.W. Conley,Find A Grave Memorial# 48947124
Timothy Siebert, Find A Grave Memorial# 126561624

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