RoadRunner

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My main areas of interest are the Irish of Mount Carmel, Northumberland County and the cemeteries of the Numidia area of Columbia County, Pennsylvania.

I can do lookups for a good deal of the cemeteries of those areas. In addition, I can do findagrave volunteer picture requests for Horry County, South Carolina cemeteries.

I want my memorials to be as accurate as possible and do try my best to verify information through several sources before I make a memorial. However, no one's perfect. If you find a mistake or would like something added to one of my memorials, please let me know and I'll be happy to correct/update provided I can confirm the information. If you send an edit request, I may reach out to you for more information because I don't blindly approve edit requests. Upon receipt of a request, I might:

1. Confirm the new information is correct and approve the edit request.

2. Attempt to confirm the information through the various sources I use, but if none is readily available to me , contact the requester for documentation and make a determination based on the information received. However, if your information is not a tangible record and simply something like, "Because a genealogist in Germany says so", I will likely deny the request.

3. Determine the requested edit conflicts with existing facts and deny the request. In those cases, you will receive the reason why the request was denied.

As Findagrave does not endorse Burial Unknowns, I will not link children or spouses to the memorials whose burial details are noted as unknown. These requests will be denied. See below for FG policy:

Burial Details Unknown: Find a Grave's purpose is to catalog and make available final disposition information. If burial information is unknown for an individual, Find a Grave is probably not the right place for their information. In rare cases, creating a Find a Grave memorial for someone with no burial information may be warranted, but these should be uncommon. If it is too soon after someone's passing for burial information to be known, please wait to create the memorial.

My main areas of interest are the Irish of Mount Carmel, Northumberland County and the cemeteries of the Numidia area of Columbia County, Pennsylvania.

I can do lookups for a good deal of the cemeteries of those areas. In addition, I can do findagrave volunteer picture requests for Horry County, South Carolina cemeteries.

I want my memorials to be as accurate as possible and do try my best to verify information through several sources before I make a memorial. However, no one's perfect. If you find a mistake or would like something added to one of my memorials, please let me know and I'll be happy to correct/update provided I can confirm the information. If you send an edit request, I may reach out to you for more information because I don't blindly approve edit requests. Upon receipt of a request, I might:

1. Confirm the new information is correct and approve the edit request.

2. Attempt to confirm the information through the various sources I use, but if none is readily available to me , contact the requester for documentation and make a determination based on the information received. However, if your information is not a tangible record and simply something like, "Because a genealogist in Germany says so", I will likely deny the request.

3. Determine the requested edit conflicts with existing facts and deny the request. In those cases, you will receive the reason why the request was denied.

As Findagrave does not endorse Burial Unknowns, I will not link children or spouses to the memorials whose burial details are noted as unknown. These requests will be denied. See below for FG policy:

Burial Details Unknown: Find a Grave's purpose is to catalog and make available final disposition information. If burial information is unknown for an individual, Find a Grave is probably not the right place for their information. In rare cases, creating a Find a Grave memorial for someone with no burial information may be warranted, but these should be uncommon. If it is too soon after someone's passing for burial information to be known, please wait to create the memorial.

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