As we reflect on those who had their part in bringing us to where we are today; might a memorial include the LIFE it was intended to portray? Find-A-Grave avails some wonderful tools to accomplish memorials that call to honor, and to reminisce;....There are those who may indeed have led a life of solitaire;...Yet even they had a beginning as well as an end to their days. The life is gone but the memorial lives on...Each with a story to tell...Could we but tell it..
If you have additional contributions to any of these contributions, Please share them that piece by piece their stories might unfold; And if you are a Find A Grave contributor please advantage' suggested edits & links - as these are a part of the beauty behind Find A Grave. To request a transfer - 'Edits' - 'other'; be sure to include your contributor number. Thank you everyone!
NOTE: Find A Grave limits the # of 'free' photo's that may me posted on a memorial. As much as we all appreciate the marker photo's & the volunteers who take/post them, it's quite disappointing to not have a freebe for a 'person' photo.
"I dreamed death came to me one night & heavens gates flew open wide.
With kindly grace St. Peter came & ushered me inside.
There to my astonishment were friends I'd known on earth, some I had labeled as unfit & some of little worth. Indignant words flew to my lips, words I could not set free, for every face showed stunned surprise -
No one expected me"
(James G. Patterson - St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada)