Len Tay

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Hello! Thanks for stopping by.

I have been an active researcher for not only my own families but I also try to help others whenever I can. Though I don't get to as many cemeteries as I would like, I do so as often as I can manage. I try to add as much details as I can develop, as FindAGrave is an excellent resource to compliment our own research to find our relatives and obtain potentially missing information.

I've have been assisted often in my efforts, and this is certainly one way for me to pay it back and forward!

I am always happy to transfer to loved ones and will do so if they are not my lines. If they are in my lines, then let's share info! FindAGrave guidelines serve a good purpose, and they are complimented by just doing the right thing.

Please use the 'Suggest Edits' tab for all bios, corrections, and link additions, transfer requests and queries regarding the memorials being managed. It makes it easier and avoids any confusion. If you are related to one of the memorials I manage and would like to have the memorial transferred, please contact me to ask for a transfer. Simply go to the memorial in question, click on 'Suggest Edits' and scroll down to the 'Contact Manager' button. Select it and type your message to me. Be sure to include your relationship to the person, the person's memorial ID and any other reason for the transfer request. Send yourself a copy of the request by checking the box. This is the recommended method to request management. Also, please let me know the source of your edit suggestion, as I try to make the information as accurate as possible. This really can help VERIFY the information presented to me.

This assists in maintaining the accuracy of the contributions. A number of edits sent to me have contained incorrect information and as such, if approved would have spread misinformation to a number of genealogical research sites. By sending some form of verification, you can help to confirm the edits sent. Thank you for your understanding.

Memorials are transferred for relatives with these close relationships: child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great-niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great-aunt/uncle, or first cousin. P.S. I will also extend to 2nd cousins. ('Cause I have a few great ones myself and know they mean a lot) This would include adoptive, step and in-law versions of these relationships.

It also helps to explain your relationship in the request! Keep in mind that I may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer. You may also want to include your specific interest in the memorial.

For more details on requesting to manage a memorial, visit https://support.findagrave.com/s/article/Request-to-Manage

p.s. When you visit any memorial on FindAGrave and there is an absence of a flower, please leave one. It's never nice to see a memorial without one.

"When an old person dies, it's like a library burning down." -Alex Haley

Hello! Thanks for stopping by.

I have been an active researcher for not only my own families but I also try to help others whenever I can. Though I don't get to as many cemeteries as I would like, I do so as often as I can manage. I try to add as much details as I can develop, as FindAGrave is an excellent resource to compliment our own research to find our relatives and obtain potentially missing information.

I've have been assisted often in my efforts, and this is certainly one way for me to pay it back and forward!

I am always happy to transfer to loved ones and will do so if they are not my lines. If they are in my lines, then let's share info! FindAGrave guidelines serve a good purpose, and they are complimented by just doing the right thing.

Please use the 'Suggest Edits' tab for all bios, corrections, and link additions, transfer requests and queries regarding the memorials being managed. It makes it easier and avoids any confusion. If you are related to one of the memorials I manage and would like to have the memorial transferred, please contact me to ask for a transfer. Simply go to the memorial in question, click on 'Suggest Edits' and scroll down to the 'Contact Manager' button. Select it and type your message to me. Be sure to include your relationship to the person, the person's memorial ID and any other reason for the transfer request. Send yourself a copy of the request by checking the box. This is the recommended method to request management. Also, please let me know the source of your edit suggestion, as I try to make the information as accurate as possible. This really can help VERIFY the information presented to me.

This assists in maintaining the accuracy of the contributions. A number of edits sent to me have contained incorrect information and as such, if approved would have spread misinformation to a number of genealogical research sites. By sending some form of verification, you can help to confirm the edits sent. Thank you for your understanding.

Memorials are transferred for relatives with these close relationships: child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great-niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great-aunt/uncle, or first cousin. P.S. I will also extend to 2nd cousins. ('Cause I have a few great ones myself and know they mean a lot) This would include adoptive, step and in-law versions of these relationships.

It also helps to explain your relationship in the request! Keep in mind that I may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer. You may also want to include your specific interest in the memorial.

For more details on requesting to manage a memorial, visit https://support.findagrave.com/s/article/Request-to-Manage

p.s. When you visit any memorial on FindAGrave and there is an absence of a flower, please leave one. It's never nice to see a memorial without one.

"When an old person dies, it's like a library burning down." -Alex Haley

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