Note: My email may not work.Don't ASSUME a person is related because they have a surname in the same city/county/year. Many nationalaties use same first, middle names and locations (city and state) so do not assume a memorial is a duplicate. Look at the names AND dates on the tombstones as some, especially dates, are far off. Word to the wise - Do not just rely on your search options!!!!! My paternal relatives are primarily from Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio and Europe (probably Germany) and my maternal relatives are from upper Michigan (Iron Mt.) and before that they were from Austria and Poland. I have created memorials for my parents (Oscar Rolland Reynolds and Bernice Marie Reynolds). I appreciate when if you leave tokens for my family even if I don't reply.I will transfer other relatives' ONLY if you are closer than I am to deceased. Those predeasing us should NOT be held hostage by a member that may gotten away with bulk transferring a surname or those who feel entitled to a memorial because they think they "own" a cemetery because they volunteered to photograph the grave stones! MORE TIPS: -Look at DATES as well as the 1st & 2nd NAMES to see if they MATCH!-When doing your family tree, states may have had different BOUNDARY LINES or NOT EXISTED yet.-Read and follow site guidelines. Don't interpret them to meet your own needs. -Overall, many wrong ASSUMPTIONS can be avoided with taking time to read clues well!