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Always send a message in an attempt to validate edits. They get accepted a lot faster if you respond. Find A Grave suggests;
"The 'last name' is the name that is on the headstone. Include other married names as part of the biography section." I do not move any decorations to get a better photo, so many are missing info. Many are missing letters and numbers from the front of crypts; so that adds to missing info. Cenotaph photos are probably more common than we think.
Decided to take on the task of creating memorials from photos I have taken. It is never my intention to create a memorial for someone that turns out to be a duplicate or has misspelled information. Its annoying to find your photo some place you did not put it. Glad to share, just please ask first. Tried to take as many as possible before any further damage could occur. Photos are like leaving breadcrumbs for others to follow in their quest for information. Sadly many are damaged, hard to read or simply missing. St. Mary's has placed many small crosses laying flat that are old and when readable, only offer the last name of the person. Those with a glass front make photos difficult, but not impossible. you might find a reflection of me in there somewhere. If I should create a memorial for a family member, more than happy to transfer to you. The info is limited to the marker photo then the kindness of others for additional more detailed info. Thanks to family members and other researchers who have provided bio information. We all do this to give a voice to those gone before us; and to help others to find some answers.


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