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- Find A Grave ID
Work on findagrave in my spare time as I have a full time job and a family.
I must add that markers and headstones can be wrong as well as death certificates, have seen this in my own family. So just because a marker has a certain date or spelling does not mean it is always correct; often markers or headstones are added at a later date and wrong dates or spellings are added. The info is only as correct as the person giving the info.
A good bit of my info came from my sister's father-in-law ALBERT J. DAVIS, whom (before his death) gave me PERMISSION to use his info in the ways I wished. I know Albert would have approved of his info. on findagrave. Albert spent several decades and many hours working on death records before his death.After Albert's death many of his books were donated to the library, many thanks to Albert!
I was collecting records long before this site was made, but much of my info was lost in my move to Daviess County. Yes, as a teen I was spending hours in cemeteries copying names, a strong interest of mine.
Please use the edit button for corrections and post requests for transfers on the bottom of this page under messages; i'm having some problems with my mail. Thanks.