You can contact me by using the SAC (Suggest A Correction) tab on any of my memorials.
F A G rules: Find A Grave takes no position on the appropriate timing of submitting such indexes (which means, there is no time table rules on adding memorials). This is a database of memorials so your loved ones will be remembered.
F A G rule Privacy of living family members? Based on the F A G FAQ's below, I will remove living survivors from the memorial if contacted.
If an immediate family member contacts us and wants information removed, we generally do so as a matter of respect for their wishes but we treat each request on a case by case basis. The names of living survivors will be removed from the biography section of a memorial upon request. I have found that this is a wonderful research tool, and without it a lot of family would not be connected.
I will gladly transfer a loved one to you within the F-A-G transfer guidelines, unless it is my family member. To request a transfer, be sure to include your member number. Request for transfers outside of the F A G rules will be CONSIDERED on a case by case basis - meaning, if you ask nicely and not demanding. I believe family should be with family, however, just as F A G rules state, I do not transfer a memorial for you to delete mine and create a new one.
Please send me your source when submitting an edit/additions, unless the information is already included in the obit. I have been asked for "proof" of information on previous edits I have accepted. Please use the Edit tab and then click on Suggest any other correction or addition. This way you can add your source of the correction/addition. This includes name changes, date of birth, date of death. I will not make the changes without a source. I do not have a membership to Ancestry so please don't send me a message telling me to look it up!