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Hi, I have been working with Find a Grave for many years. It is a labor of love and I truly hope that people find value and comfort in the work that is being done. My sister and I share the load. I travel the country and try to find requests wherever I happen to be working. My sister lives in the Reading, PA area and tries to satisfy local requests.

I have a special affinity for the cemeteries in New Orleans. Most of the documentation was lost in hurricane Katrina. I try to get as many photos as possible when I am in the area.

How can you help us, help you????

We WALK the cemeteries looking for grave photo requests. If you are able to provide a section or plot number, that will make our search easier. We don’t have any magic book or directory to find memorials. That being said, we have walked many miles looking for markers to satisfy requests. We love it.

All the information posted on our memorials came from the stone marker itself- or my interpretation of it. Any additional information- relatives, bios or obituaries, have been provided via suggested corrections.

We follow Find a Grave rules for transfers, corrections and bios. Please use the edit tool when making suggested corrections. All suggested bios MUST HAVE A REFERENCE where the information was obtained or they won’t be posted.

Thanks for being part of the find a grave community.

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