I love adding your information. Every edit is very important to me. I have taken my information from many sources, so I can't guarantee it to be 100% accurate in every memorial. I strive for accuracy, however, many old sources are hard to read, and/or confusing. In the mean time, please be aware of the few following rules I have for transfers. God Bless you all for your time and information, and keep them coming!
NOTE: I will be happy to do any transfers by following these guidelines:
1. If you are a DIRECT relative, or have a special connection to someone.
2. Go to memorial you want transferred, click "Edit" (upper right corner) click on, "suggest correction". Just type in you are requesting transfer, and include your Member ID #. This is the ONLY way I'll transfer so I'm sure I'm transferring the correct memorial to you. ALSO, please do not leave a message with information for questions, information, etc. on the public message form. I don't check that every day, and may go a period of time to see it. I only make connections/corrections with a direct link to memorial, so if you make a request, go to the edit button from the specific memorial and go through there. Thanks for your help and cooperation
The cemetery I call my "home" cemetery is Strang's Cemetery at South Mountain. I grew up there and most of my family members have been laid to rest there. It's a very special place for me. I've also done extensive work on Green Hill Cemetery in Waynesboro starting in the early 80's and Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Quincy. Working with Find a Grave is a labor of love for me. I don't go for 'quantity', but for 'quality'. I'm always happy to add any information you may have to offer on the lives of our deceased loved ones, and I thank you for your time to do so. "If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday". Alex Haley once said, "Every time an old person dies, it's like a library burning down."
"God Bless us all. . . . .and may you find your loved ones among our labors. . . . ."
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