Sadly, P Black-Avitts 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.
I'm her husband Micheal Avitts i'm sorry to have to post this here but Pamela Black-Avitts passed away on 8/28/2017 she was cremated and i have her ash's she loved doing this and sadly she will not be able to help. I am sill chugging along picking at them. Please no more rude messages, or I will have to fix it that no messages can be left.Thanks for all your support!!! This is a very important site to keep active, not hate full. For the transfers,I really want to go thru some emails before transfers are done. And YES I have done transfers, and some have been transferred to me. So the numbers will be off a bit (how rude to some of you few, uggg)When a marker only has one date on it, that does not always mean that they were born and died on the same day. (just a small FYI)Yes I lost approx. 6000 photos of Fairlawn and other cemeteries that were taken about March 2009 when my computer crashed. It kills me that they are lost. I have not been back to that cemetery since I had a falling out with a groundskeeper. And now years later I have health issues that keep me from walking cemeteries like I used to.June 2015A few of my family names are Nelson, Carlson, Hornbaker, Black, Avitts, Montgomery, Schandorff, Edenstrom, Richards, Deal, Spracklen, Buck, Helms, Linden, Petersen, Peterson, Rasmussen, Wallis, Wilcox, Wilson, Lewis & many many others.3/26/2016Trying to keep more up to date with EDITS. I few that I had on "Ignore" I went back to research and they were gone???? So if something was not edited please resend and I will try to do more looking into it.June 2017
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