I am a professional genealogist who became interested in genealogy about 28 years ago. I also have a "morbid fascination" with cemeteries and enjoy any excuse to visit one. Looking for dead relatives can be almost as much fun as looking for live ones! ;-)
If you have a question about any of the memorials or photos I've posted, please feel free to contact me. Also, if you are requesting family links to other memorials, or updates of places/dates of birth, death, etc., please indicate the source of your information (i.e., death certificate, marriage certificate, personal knowledge, etc.). Before requesting that a memorial be transferred to you, please be sure to read Find A Grave's policy on transfers in their FAQs section at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs.
Finally, if you borrow one of my photos for your files, Ancestry.com tree, or anything else, I would appreciate it if you would remember to give me credit me in your source citation as the photographer. Many Find A Grave photos are turning up on Ancestry.com and other places without even noting from which cemetery they came. It is important to keep track of the provenance of the photos so people know who to contact for questions.
You are Welcome. How are you related to John Blanton? Are you on ancestry.com? this cemetery was discovered by a distant cousin that I just meet over ancestry.com last October. She was the one that discovered the Cemetery The cemetery is on private land and people hunt on this land.
Where are you from. I am from Montgomery, AL. and Kim is from North Carolina. Hope to hear from you soon. I look forward to you questions? If I ca't answer them for you, I will forward them to Kim, and let her answer them for you.
Alex and Cora Swanay I took a picture of there headstone today, but it didn't turn out very well. Hope I can go back and get a better one. If you still would like me to post the one I took I will and then replace it when I can.
Find A Grave Memorial# 17190728 Thank you for taking and posting the gravestone for Mary E Miller Dimock in Lompoc Evergreen Cemetery. One more item of data for the extended family of Elder Thomas Dymoke of Barnstable. I have posted it on my Ancestry tree with details of the cemetery and attribution to the photographer. Thank you again. Regards John