Sadly, Anna C has passed away. Please consider visiting their Find a Grave memorial page and leaving some virtual flowers. Their enthusiasm for cemeteries and willingness to help future generations lives on through their contributions to Find a Grave.
Thank you for visiting my page and for all you do here at Find A Grave. I enjoy this website and have met new friends and distant cousins as a result. Thank you to everyone who has provided photos, links, and other information.
The vast majority of my memorials are relatives. Some close, some distant, others in between.
Please be sure to use the Edit tab, then the Suggest a Correction . . . link when requesting updates, transfers, links to family members, etc. This feature is designed to eliminate frustration on all parts due to misspellings, having to search through multiple memorials, etc. Unlike some, I will not ignore/delete your public message regarding the above without first contacting you, but please, please, please, use the proper avenue.
Find a Grave guidelines stating: "Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren." are, in my view, just that. If you're more closely related than I and have information to add to a memorial, I'll more than likely transfer to you. Be sure to state your exact relation when requesting a transfer (if I request a transfer and forget to state my relation, please kindly let me know and I will do so).
It would be most appreciated if you would not post obituaries or death certificates as photos on any of my memorials. I'll gladly add the verbiage from an obituary minus the names of living relatives if you send me a link to it online or send it to me via the Edit tab. Also, please note that Find A Grave guidelines state you should not post biographical information via a Virtual Flower. I think it may partly be because the creator/manager of the memorial is not notified when a Virtual Flower is left, and may not run across this vital information for days, months, or even years.
"The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone." Harriet Beecher Stowe