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Currently based in southeastern SD, I am very happy to help preserve the rural cemeteries of the Midwest. I am a university student working towards a future in CRM/urban archaeology. I have been on this site and done genealogy since I was 16.

To me, this site should not be about who can collect the most memorials, even though I think creating a memorial for every person is a very important objective. It should be about remembering those who've passed, and I think it's fitting that memorials stay with loved ones.

Photos: Please feel free to use any pictures of cemeteries or gravestones I take and upload, as long as it is for noncommercial personal purposes. Also, if I upload any family photos I have, you may use those too under the same policy! :)
Additionally, I try my best to take good-quality photos. If you are dissatisfied with a photo I have taken, please let me know and I will do my best to have it retaken for you!

Transfers: I'm more than willing to transfer memorials, even outside of the 4-generation guideline! I am unrelated to the vast majority of the memorials I manage, and I'm always happy to transfer them to their loved ones. This especially goes for memorials in New Zealand. You can leave me a message here, but I prefer email correspondence either directly or through the edit system; please make sure you include the memorial number(s).

My family research names include Bonin/Boney, Bridges, Bullock, Bunyard, Butler, Chapman, Condiff, Crawford, Dowhaniuk, Dutchuk, Hilburn, Hobbs, Hollis, Kipp, Koladaiczyk, Lee, Makowski, McMullen, Paluch, Poladachuk, Richardson, Riedl, Roach, Rosenburg, Scrimshire, Snell/Schnell, Stanley, Street, Toomer, Walters, and many, many others (you can check on My Relatives virtual cemetery). Any correspondence on these names (especially Conways in MS) will be much appreciated!

I hope that my contributions will be helpful to anyone and everyone using this site! Don't be afraid to leave me a message with questions, comments, concerns, just to say hi, etc.

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