Please let me take a moment to thank each and every one of you that leaves a token on any of my memorials. You will never know how much it means to me and how thankful I am for caring people like you!
I am very active here and am happy to do links, add bios, etc. So there is no confusion, please suggest your corrections through the Edit tab on the memorial, not on my profile page.
I respectfully request that if you have changes or additions to a memorial that I created, biographical information or an obituary, please do not leave the information in the flower/token section of the memorial. Instead, please use the Edit tab and send the information to me to include.
I am very generous with transfers; however, please remember that I have done the locating, researching, picture taking, linking, etc. I am thrilled when I can transfer memorials to family but if you are "collecting" names in your family tree, I am not obligated to transfer outside of Find a Grave guidelines.
"Remember friends as you pass by As you are now, so once was I As I am now, so you must be Prepare for death and follow me." And a variation found on Elisha Doane's (1699-1759) grave: "Pray think of Me as You pass by As You are now so once was I But now I lye Disolv'd to Dust In Hopes to Rise among the Just"
Weston State Hospital I am so glad to see that you've done the work to list these folks. I know how time-consuming it can be to search through years of death certificates to piece together a cemetery census. I've done the same at Cherry Hospital in Eastern NC. I used to live in WV and sent a good many people to Weston for care and I worked at the beautiful Hopemont State Hospital in Terra Alta - but I've never seen the grounds at Weston.