If I have asked you for a transfer of management of a memorial*, I am related (the historian, as every family typically has one) and Find A Grave ensures you're credited with creating the original memorial.
*Also verifying lineage for my family's children, nieces, nephews and godchildren - See Virtual Cemeteries for surnames.
Note for those who use ancestry.com
Many of you copy pictures to ancestry.com, I recommend that you simply copy the web link and add to your personal trees, or copy/paste the specific detail related to the memorial you are citing for the death/burial event in your personal tree. There is a lot of work that goes into this site and many of my friends photos are being shared without their permission. Please be cognizant of copyrights and over-copying.
Maintained by: xxx
Originally Created by: xxx
Record added: mmm dd, yyyy
Find A Grave Memorial# xxxxxxx
Currently on a quest to verify and validate information on Sir Edward Gordon Johnson, who succeeded to the title of 5th Baronet Johnson, of New York, on October 6, 1873 Uncle Gordon's, lineage based upon the collection of family artifacts penned by himself and/or in his possession, currently in my private collection.
Search memorial contributions by Bonnie (Shover) Miley