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Find a Grave ID


This is a hobby.

If you have additions or corrections to any memorial, just click "Suggest Edits" and fill out the form. Please also use the "Suggest Other Edits" option to send me your source information. It helps save me time trying to confirm your information. Please understand that parents must be older than their children, children cannot be their own parents, and mothers must be old enough to have children and also not too old to have children. It seems like common sense but it honestly happens more often than you think. I'm not being mean when I deny the changes. Feel free to contact me or resend edits once they are fixed.

If you have bio information or obituaries please use the Suggest Other Edits and send the source!

If I have sent you an edit for the plot location on your memorial it means that I took the time to find out the location and either have taken a photo or will in the future, like after the snow melts. Plot locations that are listed with more than 1 Block are from when I photograph entire Sections of the cemetery so that you will be able to walk up to the general location.

Some memorials will have GPS coordinates available by using the Find A Grave App on your phone. Most of those memorials have been transferred to me over time. I intend to get GPS coordinates and or Plot locations for all the memorials I manage. Please be patient.

Please feel free to add pictures of your loved ones.

Transfers of memorials are done occasionally, just ask. Please let me know your relationship to the person in your message.
Find a Grave says you must be a direct relation: "Memorials are transferred for direct relatives within four generations. This includes your spouse, siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren." I will allow some lee-way since I am not related to most of the memorials I manage.
Each memorial you would like transferred requires its own request-for sanity's sake-please.

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