Gayle

Member for
10 years 2 months 16 days
Find a Grave ID
47879805

Bio

Please feel free to use any of my photos for your personal family records. I do not need any credit.
Please photograph the entire stone, then if necessary, a close-up of the name, dates, etc. on the stone. Please don't crop them so close we can't tell if it is a marker on the ground or a plaque on a wall. The beauty is in seeing the entire stone.
Each and every grave represents a person with a story, not just a collection of dates. Stones are records of ones' past.
Remember : If a memorial is just a number to you it may mean the world to someone else. Most of us have friends who are more family than our own kin.
Certain members are all about collecting numbers- ( this is not a race!!!) These cowards have all their messages DISABLED! ...Hide yourself!
I will transfer any memorial that isn't of my family or has no significance to me.
If you find an error or want something added, let me know, through the edit tab.

"When we work hand in hand with these memorials we can accomplish so much. "
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I believe obituaries should be part of a memorial. It's part of who they were. Obituaries are public information. I want my family listed on my obituary. I'm proud of my parents, husband and my children. I want to be reconnected back to them one day. They are part of my story. If you have an obituary for one of my memorials, I'll gladly add it.

If you post a newer, sharper digital photo on one of my memorials, send me an edit- I will delete my older one.
Remember: Are you doing justice to a memorial, if it would mean more to someone else.
Be kind- pay it forward!
Here are some useful websites to help you find your family's past.
MO DEATH CERTIFICATES 1910-1962 http://www.sos.mo.gov/archive

CAPE COUNTY ARCHIVES
www.capecounty.us/ArchiveCenter

Happy Hunting,
Gayle
Jackson, Cape Girardeau County, MO

Please feel free to use any of my photos for your personal family records. I do not need any credit.
Please photograph the entire stone, then if necessary, a close-up of the name, dates, etc. on the stone. Please don't crop them so close we can't tell if it is a marker on the ground or a plaque on a wall. The beauty is in seeing the entire stone.
Each and every grave represents a person with a story, not just a collection of dates. Stones are records of ones' past.
Remember : If a memorial is just a number to you it may mean the world to someone else. Most of us have friends who are more family than our own kin.
Certain members are all about collecting numbers- ( this is not a race!!!) These cowards have all their messages DISABLED! ...Hide yourself!
I will transfer any memorial that isn't of my family or has no significance to me.
If you find an error or want something added, let me know, through the edit tab.

"When we work hand in hand with these memorials we can accomplish so much. "
.
I believe obituaries should be part of a memorial. It's part of who they were. Obituaries are public information. I want my family listed on my obituary. I'm proud of my parents, husband and my children. I want to be reconnected back to them one day. They are part of my story. If you have an obituary for one of my memorials, I'll gladly add it.

If you post a newer, sharper digital photo on one of my memorials, send me an edit- I will delete my older one.
Remember: Are you doing justice to a memorial, if it would mean more to someone else.
Be kind- pay it forward!
Here are some useful websites to help you find your family's past.
MO DEATH CERTIFICATES 1910-1962 http://www.sos.mo.gov/archive

CAPE COUNTY ARCHIVES
www.capecounty.us/ArchiveCenter

Happy Hunting,
Gayle
Jackson, Cape Girardeau County, MO

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