Researching my family's history has made for quite an interesting journey over the past 35 years - and the work continues. My ancestors hail from England, Scotland, Ireland and Germany.
Find A Grave has become such a rich resource for research. I greatly appreciate this site and all the many incredible volunteers who are so passionate about the work of cemetery archiving. I've entered burial information here for many family members, friends, neighbors, classmates, and loved ones. I now regularly add burial information from local sources and cemetery headstone photos.
Many thanks to Find A Grave contributor Clara McIver who has recently entrusted me with the management of so many of her local memorials.
CORRECTIONS: Did you spot an error? Did you add a headstone photo that contains information I should add/correct in the memorial? Please click the Edit tab on the memorial page and use the links to enter your corrections. I will gladly make corrections or add missing information and links to other memorials.
TRANSFERS: Click the Edit tab on the memorial page and use the 'Suggest any other correction or addition' link to request a transfer. Your Find A Grave ID and the ID of the memorial will be in the email I receive. Both IDs are needed to complete the transfer. I will gladly transfer memorials in keeping with Find A Grave guidelines (if a direct relative to you within four generations, i.e., your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren). Please mention your relationship in the request. Requests for transfers outside of the Find A Grave guidelines are not required and will be made at the discretion of this contributor.