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Two decades ago my mother showed me a notebook she used when she was in high school to record some family history. I've been working on our genealogy ever since. Most of my research involves French Canadian and New England families, as well as my husband's Ohio German and Ukrainian roots.|
I love the opportunity that Find A Grave offers for helping others find the missing pieces of their family "puzzles".
Please feel free to use any photo I have taken in on-line or personal family trees. It would be nice if you would credit it me for the photo.
If a memorial I have added is a family member of yours, I am happy to transfer management. I am happy to receive edits but please do not ask me to post obituaries unless you wrote them or have explicit permission for the writer. This is not only against Find A Grave policies, but is a violation of copyright law. Feel free to write a bio yourself paraphrasing the information, but I will remove references to living individuals in most cases for privacy reasons.