Esperer

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I welcome all edits to my memorials. I ask only that you message me. If you email me it may take longer as I don't check my email as often.

I spend a great deal of time fulfilling requests and love doing it. Sometimes the cemetery had no record of the person. It could be a simple mistake. It could be that the funeral was held there but the cremated remains were scattered somewhere else. Or it could be the person at the cemetery simply didn't do a thorough search. If I said there was no record and you're pretty certain the person is there you can call the cemetery and ask them. If they locate the loved one just give me the coordinates and I'll be happy to return.

Unless otherwise stated, I don't consider my photographs to be copyrighted. If you wish to use them for family histories, please feel free to do so (though it would be kind to let me know).

I continue to look for opportunities to expand the Findagrave database. If you see my virtual cemetery list, you can see that I have a number of Catholic clergy there. Priests, monks, brothers, and nuns are all celibate and don't have children to visit their graves. Bearing that in mind I like to think this increases the number of visitors they receive.

I welcome all edits to my memorials. I ask only that you message me. If you email me it may take longer as I don't check my email as often.

I spend a great deal of time fulfilling requests and love doing it. Sometimes the cemetery had no record of the person. It could be a simple mistake. It could be that the funeral was held there but the cremated remains were scattered somewhere else. Or it could be the person at the cemetery simply didn't do a thorough search. If I said there was no record and you're pretty certain the person is there you can call the cemetery and ask them. If they locate the loved one just give me the coordinates and I'll be happy to return.

Unless otherwise stated, I don't consider my photographs to be copyrighted. If you wish to use them for family histories, please feel free to do so (though it would be kind to let me know).

I continue to look for opportunities to expand the Findagrave database. If you see my virtual cemetery list, you can see that I have a number of Catholic clergy there. Priests, monks, brothers, and nuns are all celibate and don't have children to visit their graves. Bearing that in mind I like to think this increases the number of visitors they receive.

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