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My interest in Findagrave is mostly genealogical. The family links on findagrave are my favorite part because you can just click through several generations visually. Please suggest family links edits whenever you know them. It helps everyone! If you are not willing to accept links without absolute proof or willing to do any research then probably you should not be a findagrave manager.
I have realized obituaries are really valuable resources and have actively started adding them or links to the obituaries when I can. It seems to be the trend now to post these on free sites that only keep them online for a year or two and then the obituaries are just gone. I know and other paid sites have started adding some to their websites but this current trend to not post obituaries in a newspaper that future family members could search is not good for genealogists. A free alternative is to create a or profile that will serve as a memorial for your loved one adding their obituary. I will post living info at times and if this offends anyone please contact me.
Also I believe our female ancestors deserve to be recognized with their birthright name. Trying to do my part by requesting edits for maiden names so they do not become lost to history.

Helpful Hints: Firefox browser: Anyone can click on those circle arrows under the photo to correct the orientation of photos. Also memorial managers can move the tombstone (or person) photo to the top (even if you didn't add the photo) by clicking photos, then arrange.

NOTE: All Edits/Transfers must be requested on the memorial itself not on my profile in order to avoid mistakes and save time.

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