This is a wonderful hobby - I enjoy walking different cemeteries - taking photos - researching - and adding to the information on Find a Grave.
-A huge thank you to Contributor: S Boni (48850185) who has been sending me obituaries for many memorials in St. Joseph's. And another huge thank you to Contributor ab007m who is sending many edits and obituaries for the memorials in the first cemeteries I entered into Find a Grave when I was just learning.
- I appreciate edits and the additional information they add to memorials. I will check any suggested edits & request more information only if I can't verify the information [a non-sourced family tree IS NOT a source - but one with sources one is a fantastic reference as it may include obit, census, birth certificate, death certificate, Social Security application and Death Index...] It meets the guidelines to simply just add name and dates - but I appreciate a more complete memorial. I don't agree that it's Simply enough to put name and death date - although others May think so and that's OK as long as they accept accurate edits.
- use any photos any where & any way you wish. I do prefer to add my photo to a recently deceased spouse, just ask. If you have a better photo, I'll delete upon request.
- generally happy to transfer memorial (if I am not related) Please let me know your connection. I also look to see what you've contributed to Find a Grave and how long you've been a member. When I've transferred in the past and it just sits there with no additions, or the volunteer has disappeared, I get very disappointed. (does not apply to 4 generation rule of course)
-Followers (was Friends) - I removed because I didn't like the way the new Beta displayed them. There are many who have helped me on this site and many I consider "friends"
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