I have always loved to visit cemeteries and thought it was a little weird until I found this website. Visiting a cemetary satisfies many of my favorite hobbies: plants ( Whenever I go, I walk around watering plants that people leave for their loved ones but are unable to come back and take care of), photography, and history. I especially like to visit old cemeteries to take pictures of the elaborate monuments. I'm really happy to discover there are thousands of you out there that feel the same.
I try to put as much information as I can find on the internet with each memorial and also try to include the source. Feel free to use any pictures of headstones and grave markers that I have uploaded on your family websites or Ancestry,com.
Every man's life is a fairy tale written by God's fingers. ~ Hans C. Andersen
Eula Weston Deaton Hi Sonia, I love your memorial for Eula--it is so interesting! You have on there that her parents are George and Margaret, correct? I believe they are buried in the same cemetery but their birthdates are after Eula's birth. Are you sure they are her parents? Maybe some dates are wrong somewhere?
RE: Margaret Domino Yes, we are related. Margaret Ann Delaney Domino 1945-2012 was the 2nd cousin of my wife. She married David Joseph Domino in 1965. Her mother, Violet Allan Delaney married to James "Dale" Delaney 1921-1981, is still alive and living in Chicago. She was our 1st cousin once removed. Violets father, Alexander Buick Allan 1884-1951, was my wife's grandfather's brother. My wife's grandfather was James Allan 1877-1960. Many thanks for your cemetery photo work. Richard Welsh, Alberta, Canada
jamin ceja I would like to thank you so so much jasmin was one of my best friends and i haven't been to her grave since 2009 and me and my friends have been searching for her since her parents moved we had no idea where her grave was thank you so much now i can visit her and be able to go visit her grave she would of been starting her senior year with us if she was still alive
Thank you, yes I would love to take care of her memorial, I was so happy to finally find her and link her to the family, you can't believe how many Margaret Kellys there are out there and in Chicago, it's a lot! Also thank you for all your time and efforts is setting up all the memorials that you do, it's people like you that make this website the best of it's kind.