I really enjoy helping out others find their families as some other volunteers helped me. Also I can't see making a trip to a cemetery to find one or two relatives and not documenting as many graves as I can.
But PLEASE don't ask for transfers if they are NOT your direct relatives. Uncles, aunts, cousins are NOT direct relatives.
Any corrections are welcome. My eyes are not what they use to be!
And hopefully all the many, many additional information requests are for your relatives only. I'm the one doing the leg work, sometimes in dangerous neighborhoods. I'm in my mid-60's I can't run too fast anymore so the thought of someone sitting in front of the computer researching other people's relatives without being asked kind of irks me. If you want to document others relatives, by all means get out there with a camera and start walking the cemeteries and submit them to Find A Grave!
And I definitely will not change dates or spellings of what is on a gravestone. If there is a mistake I will, however, put it in the notes section.
Lena Delmotte Revyn Thanks, Marilyn, for the edits. "Lena" was a nickname for Magdalena, but I'll leave it to you to decide how, whether, or where that information might be included. Thanks again! -- Ellen
RE: Vermette I don't think they have been moved. I think I just got incorrect information from my mother when I asked about it. I know there is an obituary for Marie that says she was buried at Woodmere. I'm going to update their memorials. Thanks and have a good day.