~DBS

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48164913

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I welcome any new information, edits, or suggestions for the memorials I manage, please don't hesitate to contact me with additional details!

My primary focus is my family history, and that of my husband, and our family heritages, that have contributed to the people we've become. My belief is that each soul would like to be remembered, if only for a moment, on a random day. "Genealogy is the immortalizing of everyday people". As long as we say their names, they live on.

The thing I've found most rewarding about genealogy, is not just the list of names that accumulates, but the history of the times they lived in, the new geographical knowledge I've gained, and the cultural experiences of each person I research. All these things add perspective to everyone's family story...

In my genealogical travels I have encountered many wonderful and generous fellow researchers. Contrarily, I have also encountered some bad apples, including here at Findagrave. I've been shocked and amazed about how the rules here don't really mean anything, they're just a formality, and are enforced arbitrarily. To the unscrupulous Findagrave Administrators and Users, who CHEAT at the rules and LIE about your identity, I wish you the best of everything, but remind you that Karma's a b!tch.

"A liar deceives himself more than anyone, for he believes he can remain a person of good character when he cannot."

I welcome any new information, edits, or suggestions for the memorials I manage, please don't hesitate to contact me with additional details!

My primary focus is my family history, and that of my husband, and our family heritages, that have contributed to the people we've become. My belief is that each soul would like to be remembered, if only for a moment, on a random day. "Genealogy is the immortalizing of everyday people". As long as we say their names, they live on.

The thing I've found most rewarding about genealogy, is not just the list of names that accumulates, but the history of the times they lived in, the new geographical knowledge I've gained, and the cultural experiences of each person I research. All these things add perspective to everyone's family story...

In my genealogical travels I have encountered many wonderful and generous fellow researchers. Contrarily, I have also encountered some bad apples, including here at Findagrave. I've been shocked and amazed about how the rules here don't really mean anything, they're just a formality, and are enforced arbitrarily. To the unscrupulous Findagrave Administrators and Users, who CHEAT at the rules and LIE about your identity, I wish you the best of everything, but remind you that Karma's a b!tch.

"A liar deceives himself more than anyone, for he believes he can remain a person of good character when he cannot."

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