Deanna

Member for
10 years 3 months 27 days
Find a Grave ID
47902656

Bio

I LOVE OBITUARIES, POST THEM!!!

If you find I've made an error, be kind. I make mistakes too. But I strive for accuracy. It's important.

I don't care for posting detailed census records with all their useless information. That is not a biography. Please don't ask me. I will post a reference to it and add the useful information.

Two things I am especially annoyed with:
People who rant about their "copyrights to grave marker photos."
And people that send edits and marker photo requests and don't accept messages. You ask someone to do something for you, and you cut off communication. You go right to the deleted file.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO ANYTHING I HAVE AND COPY IT TO WHEREVER YOU WISH. You need not ask for my permission. And although it may be polite, you need not give me the original credit. Whatever I post, whatever site I post it on, I do it so you will find it, love it, and use it for your own. Free of charge. It's a gift. I will TRANSFER a memorial without giving you the third degree about whether you are worthy or not. (Unless of course they are of my direct line, please understand.) Just ask me, go ahead. I'm pretty easy to get along with. :0)

If you are researching folks in Nevada County, California, I recommend you visit Doris Foley Library - https://www.mynevadacounty.com/337/Doris-Foley-Library-for-Historical-Resea
in Nevada City. They have a vast amount of historical records and wonderful volunteers.

Greenwood Memorial Gardens in Grass Valley, CA was a project that lasted a few years. We walked, dug, documented, researched, made new maps, had a really good time. Thanks Mary Lou. I sure miss you!

Life's short. Play nice. Practice random acts of kindness. Stress is optional. Thank you, all you other Find-A-Grave volunteers! You are so awesome!!!

I LOVE OBITUARIES, POST THEM!!!

If you find I've made an error, be kind. I make mistakes too. But I strive for accuracy. It's important.

I don't care for posting detailed census records with all their useless information. That is not a biography. Please don't ask me. I will post a reference to it and add the useful information.

Two things I am especially annoyed with:
People who rant about their "copyrights to grave marker photos."
And people that send edits and marker photo requests and don't accept messages. You ask someone to do something for you, and you cut off communication. You go right to the deleted file.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO ANYTHING I HAVE AND COPY IT TO WHEREVER YOU WISH. You need not ask for my permission. And although it may be polite, you need not give me the original credit. Whatever I post, whatever site I post it on, I do it so you will find it, love it, and use it for your own. Free of charge. It's a gift. I will TRANSFER a memorial without giving you the third degree about whether you are worthy or not. (Unless of course they are of my direct line, please understand.) Just ask me, go ahead. I'm pretty easy to get along with. :0)

If you are researching folks in Nevada County, California, I recommend you visit Doris Foley Library - https://www.mynevadacounty.com/337/Doris-Foley-Library-for-Historical-Resea
in Nevada City. They have a vast amount of historical records and wonderful volunteers.

Greenwood Memorial Gardens in Grass Valley, CA was a project that lasted a few years. We walked, dug, documented, researched, made new maps, had a really good time. Thanks Mary Lou. I sure miss you!

Life's short. Play nice. Practice random acts of kindness. Stress is optional. Thank you, all you other Find-A-Grave volunteers! You are so awesome!!!

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