Sharon Ellis

Member for
10 years · 5 months · 13 days
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I love this site!

I have found many family ties because of everyone's dedication to Find A Grave.
I am retired, but find myself busier than before!

Any headstone photo's with my name as photographer you are welcome to copy.

Borrowed from another member:
Only personal photos and grave photos should be posted in the photo section.
Bios should reflect the positive aspects of life. It is a memorial after all.

Find A Grave has clear policy against adding photo copies of documents and news clippings in the space were photos of the gravestone and the memorialized person and family are placed. If you would like to summarize the information I would be happy to add it to a bio

PLEASE do not add death certificates to the memorials.

Most of my ancestors were pioneers of the USA. One of my Great Grandfather's, originally from Switzerland, is a First Citizen of Washington State. In 1911 he sold his hotel in Eatonville, WA and left for Canada. A province over his daughter-in-law to be and her family were also moving to Canada in 1913.

Life is: Love & Laughter. May you be blessed with both.

CELEBRATING!! 10 years Lung Cancer survivor!

Under the Canadian Protection of Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), a cemetery headstone and any information on it are considered to be in the public domain. Therefore, information obtained from these sources are considered as "open" information which may be released. This is true regardless of whether or not the people mentioned are living or dead or how long they have been dead"
I have given my photo's of two cemeteries to someone else to put up.

My mother passed Dec 16th. She was 89 and was fine for most of the year when she suddenly became ill. I have made a memorial for her. Elizabeth Anne "Betty McBryan maiden Haudenschild. Dearly missed.

April 14th 2020 my husband Christopher Peter Ellis left to join his mother and mine. He was and still is my best ever friend and my heart.

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