My interest in genealogy goes back many years and I love putting together pieces of the family puzzle.
Among the surnames of interest to me are Fulton, Hazell, Corey, Anderson, Carradice, Wilton, Pike, Raymer and Steckley.
Feel free to use my headstone photos for your family trees (non-commercial use only). Please include the Find A Grave memorial number with my photos, so that anyone with questions will know how to reach me.
Many thanks to those of you who fill my photo requests, add photos and information to my memorials, point out my mistakes and graciously accept my edits and Suggest A Correction notices. A philosopher once "The whole is greater than the sum of the parts". That is so true for a collaborative site like Find A Grave. What we can accomplish working together is more than we can accomplish each working alone!
It is helpful when memorials have full names, dates, places and family links. And it's important that memorials comply with Find A Grave guidelines because it makes them more readily found in a search and it reduces the likelihood of duplication. That's a win for everyone!
For edits sent to me, if I have a question for you but you have disabled your Message Board, do not respond to messages sent via the Suggest A Correction method or do not provide an email address as a means to contact you, then I will decline your edit. Communication is a two-way street.
When time permits, I try to find cemetery locations for Burial Unknowns. Those individuals who create hundreds of Burial Unknowns, some without even a death date, must not understand the purpose of this site, as stated in the FAQs. Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information ... Memorial contributions to Find A Grave must fulfill that mission - registration of the final disposition.