I receive edits almost every day. If you don't provided the NAMES of your sources, there is no guarantee they will be accepted. PLEASE send the names of your sources for edits under suggestions. NOTE Thank you Dan Floyd for all your hard work in Union Cemetery Somerset Somerset County Pa. The photos, obituaries, etc....are invaluable.
*The extra memorials I manage were mostly given to me from a fellow graver who entrusted them to my care as he scales back & transferred them to me. His contributions to this site are invaluable, 150,000 plus photos. I am working to update & edit them.Thank you!
When submitting edits or bio information please submit documentation under the suggestion tab. When requesting a transfer please submit your connection under the suggestion tab for consideration. If your have nothing to add & the transfer is outside of requirements of Find A Grave, I have been burned & fibbed to. So any transfers outside of requirements will be determined on a case by case bases.
I began the journey to find my Irish roots only to find I was not so irish. Than in 2020 I found I was 44% Scotch.......In July of 2016 I stood in the Cramer King Cemetery in Somerset Co. Pa. in the middle of a field once owned by my ancestors. It was a defining moment in a journey in honor of my grandmother Katie Viola Grindle. My husband who at first unwillingly, has found his roots in a tiny island Krk and can be seen willingly hunting that illusive stone in the cemetery.
Thank you to all the Find A Grave folks who documented my family. You will find some very wonderful, caring people working on Find A Grave. People have dedicated hours of their time walking cemeteries to do this and should be respected for their efforts. They usually do not know these folks so PLEASE be respectful. PLEASE respect the effort they have put into this site & be courteous.
*NOTE* PLEASE no sensitive information on MEMORIALS-PLEASE graphic death certificates or obituaries don't belong on here & I respectfully ask you do not post them....PLEASE remember please & thank you go a long way when communicating with others. A little kindness can change someone's whole day.
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