I am new to F.A.G. but not new to graving, as my father was forever hunting out old and interesting cemeteries while I was growing up.
I am currently trying to post memorials for as many as possible of the 4000+ submariners who have given their lives to the fleet since the first US sub was commissioned in 1900. I am drawing information from multiple sources, and a good deal of it is incomplete and sometimes conflicting.
Feel free to browse my virtual cemeteries, and if you have any information regarding any of the sailors I am memorializing, or if you are related and wish to take ownership of a memorial, please feel free to email me. Please use "FindAGrave" as the subject line, lest my Spam Filter deal with you harshly and treat you like junk.
I am very near to Riverside National Cemetery (Riverside CA) and will gladly fulfill photo requests at that location, as long as I can get accurate plot information. Please check the National Cemetery database at
Otherwise, if you need photos at another cemetery in the metro Riverside area, please feel free to ask. I am also happy to work Evergreen and Olivewood, although poor Evergreen is so hot in the summer that I prefer to do those on weekend evenings.
Robert Earl Kenney I didn't miss your message, I was ignoring it. If the 'owner' of the page contacts me, I'll do what she requests. Since there is one space open (2 if the photo of the cemetery sign is removed) and it is not your page, I fail to understand why I should remove anything. Personally, I like including temporary markers when I can get them... I'll do what the 'owner' wants. Don't mean to be rude,just don't understand why you're involved.