Generally, out of respect for survivor privacy, I have limited my online photos to those gravestones that are at least 50 years old. If I created a page, it's likely I have pictures. On request from a family member, I will gladly post any pictures I have. Please email me directly and provide either the memorial number or a link to the page you're interested in.
Also, if you are a family member and would prefer that a memorial be removed, don't hesitate to contact me. I'll also be glad to respond to any questions, corrections, additions and/or transfer requests. Please use the "Edit" and "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" links. Please be patient; I get a lot of mail.
PLEASE NOTE: When you send me additions and/or corrections, I MUST reference you as the source of that information. You have the option of choosing a screen name for privacy. If you don't want your real name used, please sign up for an anonymous screen name with findagrave, and I will use that. I do not know how reliable your sources are. Unless otherwise stated, I only know what is on the gravestones I photograph & that's the only thing I can personally be responsible for. If you trust your information, you should be willing to at least have your username attached to it so I can contact you when there's a question. I often get emails questioning my sources, and, although I will never give out your email address without your permission, I must be able to contact you if necessary. If you don't provide some way for me to respond to your requests, I will be forced to ignore them.
Some photos, particularly closeups, may be computer-enhanced to aid readability. I may also edit photos to remove extraneous matter such as bird droppings and grass clippings. In some cases, I may digitally "repair" broken stones.
Note that GPS coordinates are not exact, but they should put you within approximately 30 ft. of target.
Permission is granted to use my photos for personal use only. Please contact me for other purposes.
Endicott family I came across this page while doing a family history search. Albert Endicott's parents were my great grandparents on my mother's side of the family. His sister Geneva was my grandmother. She married my grandfather, who was Augustus MacKenzie.
Photos I have to compliment you on your awesome headstone photos I am seeing in the St. Marys Visitation church cemetery. They are jaw-dropingly beautiful! What kind of camera are you using to take them? I love your cropping also and think these are some of the finest photos I have seen on Find a Grave yet. Kudos to you!