I am taking pictures at Seaside Memorial Park-Texas.
Thanks to librarians everywhere.
And thanks to Find A Grave volunteers.
My family research:
Scott/Dunbar/Cave - Oklahoma
McIntosh/Scott - Texas & Oklahoma
Hockins/Hawkins/Lambert - Pennsylvania
Please do not post death certificates as photos to memorial pages. I will gladly add information or if the memorial page is not my family member, please ask and I will transfer it to you. I appreciate edits as they improve the memorial pages.
Feel free to use my photos. I put them there so that they can be shared.
If you use my family photos, please give me credit.
As I take photos at the cemetery, I try to clip grass and with a small broom sweep the markers. If I encounter ant hills, sunken areas, vegetation that is knotty, or aggressive, I do my best to clean the marker.
When I made the decision to take photos of grave markers, I never imagined how much work it would be. I thought - click and done. But no, I had to learn how to use a digital camera, how to upload, how to get the photo angled just right, how to avoid shadows, glare, wet spots, dirt clods, ants, horrible grass and vegetation, sunken areas, sink holes, and .....above-ground faucets! Plus the heat and wind, forgot to add that in. But I still enjoy it. I hope I have helped you...which is the whole reason for this.
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