Hello; I am a RN & I live in NE Arkansas. I love this site & some of my hobbies include photograpy, history, genealogy, & writing. I have always loved visiting cemeteries because of the different artwork in some of the monuments or statues & because of the secrenity & beautiful landscape in some of them. I have taken zillions of pictures in a cemetery that I live right across from & I'm so glad to be able to put them here in hopes of helping someone to locate a loved one or maybe just to give someone a chance to view their loved one's grave for the first time. If I need to correct something or if I need to add anything, just let me know. All my volunteer work with the pictures, memorials, or tokens of affection left on each memorial is done with the utmost respect for that person & their family! I want to thank anyone that leaves tokens on my loved ones memorials; it is greatly appreciated! I truly believe this is a wonderful thing we are doing here for one another! God bless you & your families & don't forget that each day is a gift; so treat it with care because this is the first day of the rest of your life or it could just be your last! Thank all of you at FAG (members & staff) for giving us a way to connect through our hearts & minds & give comfort & show our respects to one another while keeping the memories alive of our loved ones that have passed on. Some of the memorial tokens are left by my immediate family or occassionally by a close friend that are listed as: Sis or Sissy (my mother); Royce (my father); Terry (my brother); Chad (my son); Linda (sister-in-law); Jason (nephew); & Lannie (friend). Come take ahold of my hand & let us take a stroll down 'Memory Lane' together!
I do not have access to Microsoft Outlook so I must leave you a public message regarding one of your memorials.
This memorial is for Robert Ann Hull in Linwood Cemetery, Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas. She was the wife of my 1st Great Uncle, Edward Hull. Her memorial should read Roberta Ann Church Hull (not Robert). Her husband is also buried in the same cemetery. Would you be so kind to go into Find A Grave and make the correction? She was born in March, 1867 in Illinois and died on March 1, 1938.
I also very much enjoy Find A Grave. It is a wonderful way to remember our loved ones. In addition, it is also a wonderful way to assist others in their search for long lost relatives. Thank you for your efforts.