R.C. Troup

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Find a Grave ID
48774833

Bio

What was once a hobby has turned into an addiction! I absolutely love find a grave! I'm dedicated to making memorials for those passed. I will be happy to approve edits, transfer memorials and add info upon request. I am based in Huntsville, Alabama. I photograph mostly Huntsville area and Madison/Limestone/Morgan/Lawrence/Colbert/Lauderdale County cemeteries , along with Jackson and Marshall County cemeteries. My favorite areas to photograph are Lawrence County and Triana, Alabama area cemeteries. You can find me at the Huntsville/Madison County Library Archives researching for FindAGrave at least once a week. I specifically love to research local True Crime/Murder History and have a soft spot for those whom have passed tragically. I also make crosses and wooden and metal temporary grave markers for graves that are unmarked. "The dead can survive as part of the lives of those that still live" ~ Kenzaburo Oe. Other Things that I research include Local African American Mosaic Templars of America Chambers History/Gravestones, Old CME/AME Church History, Pet Cemeteries, Potters Fields/Poor House/County Cemeteries , and especially Huntsville/Madison County Alabama History (big fan of Huntsville Revisited) Feel free to shoot me a message anytime.

What was once a hobby has turned into an addiction! I absolutely love find a grave! I'm dedicated to making memorials for those passed. I will be happy to approve edits, transfer memorials and add info upon request. I am based in Huntsville, Alabama. I photograph mostly Huntsville area and Madison/Limestone/Morgan/Lawrence/Colbert/Lauderdale County cemeteries , along with Jackson and Marshall County cemeteries. My favorite areas to photograph are Lawrence County and Triana, Alabama area cemeteries. You can find me at the Huntsville/Madison County Library Archives researching for FindAGrave at least once a week. I specifically love to research local True Crime/Murder History and have a soft spot for those whom have passed tragically. I also make crosses and wooden and metal temporary grave markers for graves that are unmarked. "The dead can survive as part of the lives of those that still live" ~ Kenzaburo Oe. Other Things that I research include Local African American Mosaic Templars of America Chambers History/Gravestones, Old CME/AME Church History, Pet Cemeteries, Potters Fields/Poor House/County Cemeteries , and especially Huntsville/Madison County Alabama History (big fan of Huntsville Revisited) Feel free to shoot me a message anytime.

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