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I have been doing research on and off about 45 years, I still enjoy learning new things about various branches of my family.
The memorials I have added or manage are either ancestors, close family members or people I have known most of my life in one way or another.
But recently I have been adding memorials for people buried in older cemeteries & have seemed to be forgotten. I have also added memorials from old death certificates and then I go to Ancestry to locate as much for the memorial as possible.
Without adding some of this information or a couple of family members, maybe a little history for them it's very hard to tell if you have found the right person for your family files & future generations. If I have added anything a family member doesn't like - I will delete it.
I do take photos of headstones when I visit the cemeteries and add them to the memorials. You are welcome to use my photos, as long as they are for your own records. Whenever they are used on the public websites like Ancestry.com or Familysearch.org please post source as to who took them, whether it be me or someone else.
Transfer requests should follow the Find-a-grave guidelines (i.e. direct relative to four generations and not directly related to me).
If you have corrections, additions or request transfers please use the edit button on the memorial page which is located above the photo. Then choose the suggest a correction/or addition hyperlink. I always try to do corrections as soon as possible and will give you credit for the addition.
PLEASE DON'T PUT YOUR FULL TREE TO THE FLOWER MEMORIALS! If you would like to tell other family members just say they're an ancestor and you would like to meet other family members to exchange information. Thank you!
"It's the QUALITY that counts, not the quantity..."
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