Paige M.

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Bio

Just doing this as a hobby and trying to find my ancestors!

DOCUMENTATION: Feel free to add any type of documentation such as military draft cards, veterans burial cards, death/birth certificates, marriage certificates, newspaper articles, etc. CAUTION! If the death certificate shows that the person died a very gruesome/graphic death, please be careful posting it. People of all ages are on here and sometimes finding out how a relative died can upset them.

Gruesome descriptions of war injuries and mining explosions/accidents injuries are some of the common ones I've seen. Like I've said, any documentation is great and is accepted, just be careful. Most of the graves I have are not related to me in any way and I have attached death certificates in hopes that family can be attached to them or found. If you need me to remove any of the death certificates or any kind of documentation, feel free to reach out and let me know! Make sure to give me their name and ID number so I know I have the correct person.

PHOTOS: If you need me to remove any of my photos or have any questions about the headstones that I have photographed personally, feel free to contact me through my messages. I will try my best to answer them. Please note: NOT ALL HEADSTONE PHOTOS ARE MINE! Make sure to click on them and check the caption, if it says "Photo Credit" then it is not mine, but I have made sure to give credit to the photographer. I will still try my best to answer any questions you have, even if it isn't my photo.

SUGGESTED EDITS: If I posted a photo of a headstone and then you get suggested edits, check them please. I will not be offended if you decline my edit, just let me know why please so that way I know for future reference. :) I just want to make sure that everything is sorted for future generations. Sometimes the bio and headstone don't have the right birth/death dates or have all of the family members added and I don't want anyone in the future to get confused, because I have. XD

TRANSFERRING MEMORIALS: I will gladly transfer any memorials that you recognize except my family. Knowing that there is someone out there that wants them just makes me so happy. I also create them so someone out there can find them and hopefully be reunited and possibly add on to their family tree. If you see a memorial you would like for me to transfer to you, please give me their name and ID number.

EMAILS/MESSAGES: Please give me time to respond, I am only doing this as a hobby and have a life outside of it.

If you have read to the very bottom. Thanks for taking your time to visit my page and reading all of this. I know it is a lot, but I hope it helped in some way. If you are still unsure about something, please feel free to reach out. I like helping people and the Find A Grave community has been so supportive. So thank you.

Just doing this as a hobby and trying to find my ancestors!

DOCUMENTATION: Feel free to add any type of documentation such as military draft cards, veterans burial cards, death/birth certificates, marriage certificates, newspaper articles, etc. CAUTION! If the death certificate shows that the person died a very gruesome/graphic death, please be careful posting it. People of all ages are on here and sometimes finding out how a relative died can upset them.

Gruesome descriptions of war injuries and mining explosions/accidents injuries are some of the common ones I've seen. Like I've said, any documentation is great and is accepted, just be careful. Most of the graves I have are not related to me in any way and I have attached death certificates in hopes that family can be attached to them or found. If you need me to remove any of the death certificates or any kind of documentation, feel free to reach out and let me know! Make sure to give me their name and ID number so I know I have the correct person.

PHOTOS: If you need me to remove any of my photos or have any questions about the headstones that I have photographed personally, feel free to contact me through my messages. I will try my best to answer them. Please note: NOT ALL HEADSTONE PHOTOS ARE MINE! Make sure to click on them and check the caption, if it says "Photo Credit" then it is not mine, but I have made sure to give credit to the photographer. I will still try my best to answer any questions you have, even if it isn't my photo.

SUGGESTED EDITS: If I posted a photo of a headstone and then you get suggested edits, check them please. I will not be offended if you decline my edit, just let me know why please so that way I know for future reference. :) I just want to make sure that everything is sorted for future generations. Sometimes the bio and headstone don't have the right birth/death dates or have all of the family members added and I don't want anyone in the future to get confused, because I have. XD

TRANSFERRING MEMORIALS: I will gladly transfer any memorials that you recognize except my family. Knowing that there is someone out there that wants them just makes me so happy. I also create them so someone out there can find them and hopefully be reunited and possibly add on to their family tree. If you see a memorial you would like for me to transfer to you, please give me their name and ID number.

EMAILS/MESSAGES: Please give me time to respond, I am only doing this as a hobby and have a life outside of it.

If you have read to the very bottom. Thanks for taking your time to visit my page and reading all of this. I know it is a lot, but I hope it helped in some way. If you are still unsure about something, please feel free to reach out. I like helping people and the Find A Grave community has been so supportive. So thank you.

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