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In meeting many cousins, I always wanted to know how we were related. That eventually lead to actively working on genealogy.
Documentation is essential to support a well researched genealogy, whether it is a genealogical report, or a tree. Documentation is equally essential for FAG memorials.
I welcome additional documented information and corrections. Thanks to all those who have submitted dates, locations, and additional information to enhance the memorials. I appreciate the feedback.
Please do not sent assumptions, such as assuming that an individual died where he or she is buried (frequently not the case), or assuming that the place of residence was also the place of death.
Too many trees are not documented. Many contain information copied from other trees. Undocumented trees are not an appropriate source for FAG memorials. Such information needs to be separately verified and documented.
In the memorials that I maintain, if you find any error, or if you locate information that is helpful, I would like to hear from you.
County lines changed and counties were created from other counties "parent counties." At the time of an individual's birth, marriage, or death the name of county may have been different than it is today. I strive to list the county at the time of the event and add information concerning county changes in the bio section of the memorial.