Please notice that I have posted more than 25,000 pictures to this site. I like to go to cemeteries and take pictures of all the headstones that I can. If I find them not posted, I will post and/or create a memorial. I am not related to them all. Please don't write asking me if I am related to them unless you have more proof than that I have created a memorial for the person. I have removed my email address from my profile for a reason. If you want to write me, please use the edit button on the appropriate memorial only.
WARNING - If you request changes by posting on my profile page, they will be deleted without action. ALL CHANGES must be requested using the edit button on the appropriate memorial. If you will do that, you will probably get the memorial transferred to you, other wise posting here results in no action other than deleting your request. In fact, since I have had to delete so many posts this morning, I am removing the ability to post to my profile for a while. That way you will have to find the way to do it properly.
UPDATE: I am not in ill health, but I am getting up in years. Since I have as many memorials as I do, I would like to transfer them to those who care. Many of my memorials are just in the same cemetery as a family member and I grabbed them while I was there. If you would like some of my memorials, please let me know and I'll probably transfer to you. If I don't I'll explain why.
I use FAG as a means of communicating to others the information I accumulate. I appreciate your postings on my memorials, but please, no death certificates.
I'll be happy to transfer records to you if you are relatives of those I have management of. To request changes of any kind, go to the memorial in question, click on the Suggest Edits.
Changes requested here on my profile page will be deleted with no action.
I post pictures of the persons based on what I have available. If you have better pictures, feel free to post them and send me a note so I can decide if I want to remove the one I have posted.
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