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FAG provides us with an incredible opportunity to celebrate a person's life. Recording and then sharing memorials means these individuals will never be forgotten.

Genealogy has become a passion for me, so I want to ensure the information added is correct. Please let me know if you find any mistakes.

My intent is to honor the life of each individual and to link them with family members whenever possible. I will be happy to honor transfer requests unless I am also related to them.

Should we add obituaries? As a person who is searching for ancestors, I am very much in favor of adding as much info to memorials as possible, while at the same time I don't want to be insensitive to living family members. I believe that when the family submits information into a public forum like a newspaper or funeral home website, they want that information to be public. They want a record of their loved one's life. Isn't that what FAG is all about?


My wonderful dad passed away on April 5, 2016 at the age of 89. He is the reason I got into genealogy. If you have a few minutes please visit his memorial. Kenneth Lawrence

My mom is now gone too. She was the keeper of stories. Please visit her and read about this wonderful woman. Lois Fay Lawrence #203808513

A few of the family names I am search for are:
Hedgepeth: Gibson, Broadway, Mashburn

Hill: Rogers, Hayes, Jordan

Lawrence: Hargis, Tangey, Williams, Rowe, Rich, Pritchett, Welch, Barnes, Perkins

Marshall: Cravens, Pittcock, Martin, Lynch, Sanders, Brewer.

If you too are researching any of these names, send me an email. Who knows? Maybe we are cousins!

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