I've been researching my family's history for several years. I'm fascinated with the history and how people are connected. Everyone should have a memorial to honor their memory. I've seen some people say that Find-a-grave is for memorials *not* genealogy like it's dishonorable to use it as such but genealogy *is* a way of honoring their memory. This is why I do it.
I don't *collect* memorials so, if anyone I've listed is your relative and not in my direct line, I'd be glad to transfer to you. Also happy for any corrections or additional information. Accuracy is so important. Please don't be offended if I ask for documentation. I might if I can't confirm it on my own. It's not personal. I double-check myself, also. :)
I'm also interested in sharing information with fellow researchers.
Shelton, Wyrick, Burton, Hale [western Virginia]
Clonts, Coleman, Foster, Dunn [Georgia, Tennessee]
Wray, Cremeans, Warnock, Esque (Askew) [eastern Kentucky, western West Virginia, southern Ohio]
Dillow, Swearingen, Ball, Mowery [northeastern Kentucky, southern Ohio]
Orlicki [Poland], Franke [Germany]
Hood, Allen, McMillian, Paynter, Burgess[southern West Virginia]
Barrett, O'Hare [Kansas, Ohio]
Shanko, Malak [Ohio]
Hannah, Hill, Tackett, Jenkins [Kentucky]