I have been tracing my family lines and the history surrounding them since I was young. Started on my own direct lines (primarily New England, Illinois, Wisconsin and Ohio) and then expanded to my spouse (Texas, Utah, Virginia, Georgia, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama), added my step-grandfather (Kansas, Kentucky) then researched in-laws and other collateral relatives and cousins with interesting lives (a lot of them on one side were early missionaries and ministers to the "wilds" of the mid-west)
I try to maintain all my memorials by researching their lives and adding information. My mother-in-law left me an album of pictures all nicely labeled which I have been posting. If you are a descendant of the Texas Davis family, please feel free to use the Davis pictures. My mother-in-law also had a set of pictures of her WWII nurse friends labeled with their names and home addresses as of the mid-1940s. As they can be identified I will post them also.
Transfers. Send me a SAC with your request and relationship. I am willing to consider transfers outside the FAG guidelines.
I have hard copies of "Hale, House and Related Families" and the two volume "The Chapin Genealogy" both of which are extremely reputable with their facts, so am working my way through them linking the families and providing the maiden names.
No Find A Grave members followed yet.