Rules that I operate by: 1. I only post memorials that I've seen (and usually photographed) after walking a cemetery. I will not post a memorial off of a cemetery list or obituary. 2. I try to photograph every memorial I post. I don't always post photos, because it's too time consuming to do so for all the memorials I've posted. If you request a photo of one of the memorials I've posted, I most likely already have one. 3. I will never claim a photo request in advance. I am often frustrated when I have a photo ready to post, but find someone has already laid claim to the request, but has not posted anything (especially during the winter). 4. I will happily transfer any memorial I've posted to anyone with a greater claim on the memorial than I have. So far, I have not turned anyone down that has requested a transfer. 5. I will get to your requested corrections as soon as I can - I do this in batches about every 2-3 weeks. Be patient. 6. I generally won't copy obits into memorials; you can always ask, however. 7. I try not to be competitive. I'm not trying to post more memorials or volunteer pictures than anyone else. Another reason why I won't claim a photo in advance. 8. Don't ask me to remove a duplicate memorial if I posted my memorial first. I hate it when people post memorials off of lists without checking first for dupes (which usually results in multiple dupes). 9. If you contact me about a memorial, be specific about what you want me to change or do. Don't inundate me with biographical data - I'm not doing your family tree.
Henry Riggin gravestone, Marine Cemetery Just wondering where you information came from for the infant that shares Henry Riggin's gravesite. Isaac P Riggin was b. 1831 in Madison Co., IL and died 24 Aug 1876. He married Catherine Peterson on 10 Apr 1851 in Madison Co., IL. The infant that died on same day or year of birth in 1846 is unnamed. Any further information would be very helpful. Thank you.
RE: Wetzel transfers I won't be able to work on them until probably next week because we sold our former home and it closes tomorrow so we came down today and will return home late tomorrow to our new home and I have an appt. with a specialist this week. So many things to do, so little time.
Fike Cemetery Seen you had taken some photo's there. Do you know if it 100% photographed of what headstones remained legible? There is an open request from 2012 and I didn't want to waste time if this place has been completely photographed.