My main lines come from Booth, Sweat, Varnadore & Bolden.
My first try at finding a grave site & picture was for my 89 year old mother who mentioned she wished she & her mother could have seen Uncle Charles's grave site just once. Uncle Charles was killed in WWII & buried in France. A very kind WWII Vet put me in touch with how to get a picture of his site. With your site I've found some missing dates & increased my respect & delight at all those interested in their roots.
I will transfer almost all requests, I just ask that you do not delete. My time is very limited so I am pleased if someone else has info they want to add to a memorial. I thank all the wonderful people who work so hard to make this site great.
I am sorry I do not keep the stone photos I take after they are uploaded, unless they happen to be in my family tree, due to lack of memory. (Lack of memory on my computer, though sometimes I question mine also)