Diane Whitney

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5 years · 1 month · 12 days
Find A Grave ID


I enjoy giving to others and volunteering and will continue to do so if I can. Thank you to those taking grave photos. You are helping others find their kin. If you have information about that person, I have found death certificates and obituaries are very helpful and You may post whatever you like onto my memorials. I am willing to help however I can. I have tapped into two sites of surname family photos I feel will help everyone searching. Please pass these onto everyone you know to get the word out.

If you feel we are related, feel free to contact me as I am a history consultant and can help if possible. I cannot stress enough for everyone to write their stories down for their grandchildren otherwise it is lost. Also, write on the back of pictures who is in the picture. I have seen too many tossed photos after the parents have passed and this is tragic. Also, those veterans who served in wars or not, please tell your story. I understand some of it may be painful, but your family will cherish it and pass down your uniforms and ribbons. For families with siblings, please share family photos with everyone and don't hoard them to yourself. That is not nice and you can easily make copies to share as the future generation of your entire family not just yours needs to have their family history. If you don't get along, so be it. This will not matter in the future but your legacy will matter. Also, try and pass down medical history as this will help for hereditary issues within families catch it early on.

NOW ABOUT THIS NEW FINDAGRAVE SITE!!. I think its chaos and messy. Too much is scattered all over and it gives me a headache. Please give feedback those who agree in hopes they will listen. The advertisements are plastered all within the memorial when prior they were far right and at bottom where you could easily see the memorial information at left nice and neat with pics at right. I feel they need to leave it alone. Also the grayed area is a waste of space. WHAT IS THAT? I feel others will seek another site if they change.

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