I have been working of my family history for the last 20+ years or so. Find a grave has been very useful in locating some of my hard to find family. And finding Family is always a Treasure found.
If you find a mistake or duplicate that I have made, then please let me know so I can take care of it. If you have ANY additional info, I am more than happy to add to the memorials that I have created. The more the information the better.
I do not "alter" any Marker that I photograph, if the picture does not come out "readable" then I will only lightly wipe with a soft cloth or try to re-photo at different times of the day to get better lighting. Or I will try to wet the marker and photograph it at different stages of drying.
If you would like a better photo please request and I will see what I can do.
If you have taken a better photo than I have then please let me know so that if I agree, I can remove mine so as the Memorial doesn't become cluttered.
If you are interested, just ask! I am not huge fan of the findagrave.com policies, I see them as "guildlines" only, all that is important to me is that you are better able to add to the memorial than I am. You don't have to be directly related, just willing and able to make the page better. I'm not in it for the numbers, I just want people to be able to find their friends or ancestors.
Any pictures that I have added to findagrave of your family members are freely provided for you and you may copy, alter and use them as you deem appropriate. No credit is required, I am happy to share.
**I do not and will not use chalk/shaving cream and will not do "rubbing". These are damaging techniques and I do not want a photo request fulfilled of mine, using the these techniques. I would rather have a photo that I can not read then have the stone ruined for future generations.
Thank you in advance for your consideration of my wishes.
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