"A Tribute To Memories" I have been working on family tree information for both my husband and myself since 2000. This has become a great passion of mine. Since finding the Find A Grave web site I have realized just how much information there was available. I have decided to record our families, friends and others to pay tribute in hopes of preserving memories for future generations to come, and with that I dedicate a lot of my time in research, and scanning old photos of family members. I have also visited numerous cemeteries and taken lots of pictures of grave stones, and still have lots to enter. This has become very rewarding and I have seen some very old and beautiful grave stones. I have gotten into the habit of visiting my past memories and have found that I like it there. Our families include the surnames of Bolain, McCool, Ford, Hanner, Shannon, Woodin, England, Cruzan, Wight, Mitchell, Easley, Chism, Browers, and Lyon. I hope what information I record will be of help to those in search of their family history. If I can be of any help to anyone, please let me know.
Mrs. Wilson No hard feelings at all. We all try to do the best we can and sometimes miss things. I have been guilty myself. I had to delete one recently that I created in 2006. I entered the name Harris and it was actually Harries. Honest mistakes. I am not one to get aggressive as I have so many times seen on this site. I enjoy creating the memorials. Have a nice day and thanks for the note.
Transfer please Diana, I noticed that you recently placed a memorial for my father Chuck Klubertanz and I was wondering if you would be so kind as to transfer ownership to me. #146079044. Thank you Wendy Klubertanz Krueger
King/Tate Hello my name is Mary Rice # 47146526 I'm not sure if you transfer any of your Tribute to Memories. But I 'am writing to see if you would for Raymond M. King # 142862466 and Dorthie May King Tate # 142697238. They are my cousins and I 'am trying to get all my links to family members done. If you could or would do this I would be ever so greatful to you. Thank You, Mary