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I've always liked walking about in cemeteries. I like looking at the old monuments and seeing what people left behind for themselves and loved ones to be remembered, especially the Victorian/Edwardian cemeteries and older. I and my relatives like filling photo requests when we can make the trip out. I mainly add pictures not memorial entries and the memorials added from now on, are limited to early/mid 20th century people and older. I am also NOT really a true researcher so any corrections are welcomed.

My reasons for adding pictures and creating memorials is to help people that are doing their genealogies and family-trees, making it possible for those who are unable to visit the graves to find them or at least see them, and an act of preservation. Looking at some of these monuments, headstones, and footstones, they may be totally unreadable in the near future due to the elements, buried or half-sunken under the plot, being damaged or destroyed by falling dead or half-dead trees in storms, accidentally damaged by lawn equipment, and worse then anything damaged or destroyed due to vandalism. So I have come to believe that time may indeed be running out when it comes to these things.

I adhere to Find A Grave's rules strictly. One is not using pictures YOU didn't TAKE yourselves. So please understand, my photos ARE NOT for use here or anywhere else on the net without asking me first. Kindly just ASK FIRST if you want to use one of them, that is all I need.


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