**Please send any requests through the "Suggest a Correction" tab on the memorial in question. This helps to ensure the correct memorial is transferred to the correct account.**
I currently am in St Clair Shores, Michigan, although I try to make it home to Belton, South Carolina as often as possible.
When I'm not working on genealogy or in cemeteries, I homeschool my son, play in my (small) garden and harbor a nearly unhealthy love for old houses.
I welcome any corrections, additions or duplicate notifications and will try to get them corrected as soon as possible - please use the "Edit" tab to make all requests, as that helps to ensure I know exactly what memorial you are referencing.
It's important to remember that the purpose of Find A Grave is to find a grave. Click on the "Help with Find A Grave" link on the left hand side of the page to review naming conventions and what to do if you do not know a persons burial location. Memorials that follow the naming conventions allow a person to be found by their friends and family in addition to helping prevent duplicate memorials from being created.
Please realize that those who spend their own time to clean up errors found in memorials are doing so out of respect to those who have been memorialized.
Remember - it's not about you, it's about the people who have come before you.