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My name is Cally, and I am located in the state of Tennessee.|
WHY DID YOU CREATE A FIND A GRAVE MEMORIAL FOR MY FAMILY MEMBER?
First off I am a very caring person. Secondly, Find A Grave is a virtual place where the public can leave messages to remember a person who has passed away without having physically visited their grave. A Find A Grave memorial honors the person usually with a biography, obituary, and photos: as simply a virtual place to visit. Lastly, Find A Grave is website to document the final resting place and most often with a photo of the grave marker. I walk cemeteries while photographing grave markers at random. You did not have to know the person in life or know the family in order to create a Find A Grave memorial.
I have had an attachment and admiration for cemeteries since I was a child. I spend a lot of time photographing grave markers, and exploring cemeteries. I have done family genealogy since the year 2007, and I enjoy it very much! I have personally gazed-upon the graves of numerous family members, and I consider it an achievement I am very proud of.♥
I am very appreciative and grateful for the Find A Grave website. I discovered Find A Grave seven years ago, and its wonderful. With Find A Grave you can associate with people who also share the love of cemeteries. Find A Grave is the place where you won't be treated weird or different because of your sometimes morbid interest.
I absolutely adore ♥ history, genealogy, cemeteries, photography, and assisting others. I live my life happy, carefree, and to the fullest extent possible. Life is too short to be anything but happy! =)
All my memorials are created/produced with the foremost regard and respect imaginable.♥
-If I have created a Find A Grave memorial for a family member and you make a request for a removal, I will of course remove the memorial.
-I will happily transfer memorials for your management if you are a direct relative to the deceased within the first four generations. Any non-direct relatives such as; aunts, uncles, cousins, etc are not required to be transferred. But I may transfer an individual for your management under special situations.
If you have questions about anything associated to Find A Grave, you can visit the Official Find A Grave FAQ Page.
Corrections or Additional Information:
-If you have additional information, or corrections about a memorial please bring it to my attention. All information will be added to the memorial and your information/help is very appreciated. :)
Contact for Memorial Transfer:
-To make contact for transfers, corrections, additional information, etc., the best way is for you to select the "EDIT" tab on the top right side corner of the memorial of the person you are implying about.
If I have photographed a grave marker of a family member, you are more than welcome to use my photo for your own personal "family" use. For other reasons not associated with personal use, such as media publications or a book PLEASE contact me first for permission. Thank you!
♥ ----->Thank you very much; to everyone who has ever taken their time to leave a flower/token on a memorial. Every flower and or note is grandly admired and appreciated. You will never understand how much a single flower/token can simply mean to a person.
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|Michael Bailey||RE: Michael,|
Yes she is my Aunt.
|Sharon J. Wilson||RE: Pratt family memorials|
You are most welcome. I enjoy "connecting the dots" and watching the links come into being.
|minpar||Pauline Pratt Bracey|
You are very welcome.
I think we are just paying each other back.
Added by minpar on Jul 16, 2015 7:56 PM
|Tammy Schumacher||Memorial #|
Sorry, I forgot to mention Lenard's memorial #99264391.
|Tammy Schumacher||Lenard Doizer|
Hello, I have been searching for my paternal grandmother's father (Thomas D. Dozier) and brother (spelled Leanard Dozier in the 1910 Census and other places)for several years and have not found any evidence of their burial or even for sure where they died. Your memorial of Lenard Doizer seems very close to her brother's birth and death date so I am curious to how much you know about this person or his relatives in that cemetery. It would seem more likely that the person I'm looking for died and was buried in Texas where he was last shown on the 1910 census with his parents and I know from bible records that his father died the same year as that census and his mother remarried and stayed in the area and had other children who stayed in the area but his father had relatives in the south who would have nothing to do with his wife and children so I'm wondering if they offered to bury young Lenard and maybe they buried him in a family cemetery in Tennessee. Any insight would be appreciated.
|MN||Mt Juliet Cemetery birth updates|
Thanks for the birth updates at Mt. Juliet and the pictures are great.
Added by MN on Apr 27, 2015 5:22 AM
|Wanda Powers||Jess and Katherine Everett|
Thank you for the transfer of Jerry (Jess) and Katherine Everett.
|Bruce Wertz||Happy Ne Year|
Hope that you and your family have a great 2015
|Tammy Schumacher||Leanard Dozier|
Hi I have been searching for a long deceased great uncle by this name whom I last saw in a census at the age of 1 1/2 year old and my grandmother mentions his birthdate 1908 in Cooke Co., TX, USA Death about 1920 in her bible records. Since your Lenard Dozier memorial #99264391 has similar dates I wondered if you had any other information on him.
|Gigi Hiland Rollins||Anne Hiland Collier|
I've sent you an email through FAGrave.
Gigi Hiland Rollins
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