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7 years · 9 months · 21 days
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My interest of family research began decades ago. It started with family members, eventually leading to genealogy research classes. It has continued for many years and was a benefit in my career as well.

Prior to computers, online databases and digital photography, my research was done the old-fashioned way. (Snail mail, travel and long hours of library/institutional research.) I still use some of these methods today, as not all information is digitally available.

I enjoy the Find A Grave and Ancestry websites.

I truly appreciate the members who work so hard to contribute to both sites...thank you, thank you - to ALL of you!
Without your hard work, research and efforts, we could not be the “STORY TELLERS” and pass on our information.

If I have added or submitted any information to either Ancestry or Find A Grave, please note that I have only done so after many hours of research. I try very hard to be accurate and verify my information.

However, like most people, I am not perfect and can make mistakes.

I am open to any info/suggestions, corrections, relationship links or other information you may think is needed.
I simply ask that you provide your sources/information that may conflict with my own research.

I ask that requests for corrections, additional information, or transfers be done through the “Suggest A Correction” link on the memorial for that person.
(Simply, click on the “Edit” tab, then click on the “Suggest a correction” link on the that page.)

Please, do not copy my personal photos without giving me credit.
If a photo is clipped or grabbed from a public document/site, that source should also be credited, in my opinion. I try my best to do the same.
You may use my personal photos on your own personal website if non-commercial but, again, photo credit is appreciated.

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