I decided to make contributions to this Find A Grave sight when I discovered how much it helped me in locating the graves of my ancestors. Find A Grave is a valuable resource when tracing family lineage. I just want to help others in the same manner others helped me when I couldn't take a trip back home to do the research for my family tree. I do my utmost to not error. However, if I do, please bring it to my attention.I am not on find a grave to win a contest by seeing who can make the most memorials. I am here to get the most accurate and complete memorial for a deceased individual. That is something I enjoy doing. Also, when out in a cemetery if you see a broken or fallen headstone, just bring it to the attention of the caretaker in order that the marker can be repaired. In the case of graves that are many years old, cemetery's in general tend to overlook them unless someone points it out. Often times, it is seasonal grass cutters who cut the grass and pick up possible trash. Sadly, not all are conscientious of their duties. This is where we, FAG Memorial creators can make a difference. There are way to many old stones that get discarded and graves left unmarked because the groundskeepers failed to fill out a repair order. Let us all go one step beyond to ensure graves stay marked.NOTE: Sometimes you may find a marker unable to be read because of overgrowth of grass/plants. If it can't be read, please DO NOT put on any of my memorials. I encounter many like this. I pull the grass away and if it's too much, I call the cemetery office and tell them it needs triming.