Bobbie Howard

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Please if you take any of my pictures all I ask is that you give credit. Yes, I have changed my mind as everyone deserves to have a photo of their loved ones and keeping them to myself is selfish. Our ancestors deserve to be seen and talked of as often as we can. By doing this they get to come back for a short time and live again in our hearts.
Transfers- if you are not closely related and do not plan on updating, correcting, adding to the requested memorial, please reconsider your request for transfer. I will not transfer memorials to hoarders! These memorials are where our loved ones rest. Those who have gone before us who are patiently waiting to be found by someone who can tell their story so they won't be forgotten once more. They should be treated with the utmost respect! They are not numbers for collecting!

NOTE: Thousands of important historical records are lost to today's researchers due to the fact that there are those who won't put them up on such sites as FAG - unless the marker can be found today; ignoring the fact that tornadoes, theft or removal, vandalism, agricultural usage/abuse and other such factors, (including re-internment at a different cemetery) may well have intervened over the years, and the marker may indeed not be found today. Nevertheless, the value of submitting this memorial as a historical record is relevant and important to those who are tracing their ancestry.

One more note, I practice from the cradle to the grave so if I find any documents for someone be it a birth certificate, marriage certificate, obituary or a death certificate, I will post it. I have a subscription to ancestry and I will post what I find because not everyone can afford a subscription! Any and all information is important for determining if you have the right individual. If you don't like it, tuff you'll get over it. It's a part of life folks and a big part of genealogy. It's called research and some need to practice it!

Please if you take any of my pictures all I ask is that you give credit. Yes, I have changed my mind as everyone deserves to have a photo of their loved ones and keeping them to myself is selfish. Our ancestors deserve to be seen and talked of as often as we can. By doing this they get to come back for a short time and live again in our hearts.
Transfers- if you are not closely related and do not plan on updating, correcting, adding to the requested memorial, please reconsider your request for transfer. I will not transfer memorials to hoarders! These memorials are where our loved ones rest. Those who have gone before us who are patiently waiting to be found by someone who can tell their story so they won't be forgotten once more. They should be treated with the utmost respect! They are not numbers for collecting!

NOTE: Thousands of important historical records are lost to today's researchers due to the fact that there are those who won't put them up on such sites as FAG - unless the marker can be found today; ignoring the fact that tornadoes, theft or removal, vandalism, agricultural usage/abuse and other such factors, (including re-internment at a different cemetery) may well have intervened over the years, and the marker may indeed not be found today. Nevertheless, the value of submitting this memorial as a historical record is relevant and important to those who are tracing their ancestry.

One more note, I practice from the cradle to the grave so if I find any documents for someone be it a birth certificate, marriage certificate, obituary or a death certificate, I will post it. I have a subscription to ancestry and I will post what I find because not everyone can afford a subscription! Any and all information is important for determining if you have the right individual. If you don't like it, tuff you'll get over it. It's a part of life folks and a big part of genealogy. It's called research and some need to practice it!

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