I think it is important to document family history on the internet because it will be available to others for years to come. I think Find-A-Grave is an excellent site because it is free, and because it allows you to post photos of a person even though you may not be the manager of that person's record. I post my email here with undrscores to thwart internet crawler bots. Just omit the underscores to get my email address. j_h_e_a_r_n_1_0_0_0_@_g_m_a_i_l_._c_o_m
I sent an email to your email@example.com; however, I did not get a reply. I wanted to make sure you received the news that Harriet Bruce Dodd Barlowe (Mrs. Russell 'Russ' Graham Barlowe) passed away on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 from non-smoker Stage 4 lung cancer. A Celebration of Life service is to be held Sunday, Oct 11 at 2 pm, First Baptist Church, Wilmington, NC. If you Google her name you will find her Obituary. Please let me know that you receive this info.
Thank you, Karen Milner Freeman Cherry Log, GA 06 Oct 2015
John Franklin Brower Please see my email about documentation of John Franklin Brower's pottery. He DID turn his own pottery, based on a newspaper article and direct observation of his wareshop from 1883. Thank you!
Wake Forest cemetery My husband and I are in the process of photographing the tombstones in the Wake Forest Cemetery again, this time for the Billion Graves website. Since you have relatives there, you might want to have a look there and see if any of the photos are better than the ones we've done for Find A Grave. Cheers.
Avera memorials at Pineview Thank you so much, John, for all the additional info you provided for the Avera's at Pineview Cemetery. I have made all the requested edits. The photos were especially appreciated. If this is your family, maybe you would want to manage them. Let me know and I will transfer. Vicki