Bonnie

Member for
10 years · 6 months · 25 days
Find A Grave ID
46981648

Bio

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 make sure you follow 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.
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 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. 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".

"God Bless us all. . . . .and may you find your loved ones among our labors. . . . ."

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