I enjoy finding information on my ancestors and their families and helping others with information they may have to add. I spend a lot of time on Ancestry.com and researching information to confirm results on my tree. You are welcome to copy pictures I have taken, so long as you provide credit to me for having taken them and they are for personal use and that you found it on Find A Grave. I went with my grandmother to visit graves as a child and my father, besides having been a farmer, was a funeral director and mother a nurse. Much of my life has revolved around the care of the living and deceased. I enjoy taking pictures in the cemeteries of headstones and providing obituaries (when possible)for research of their family, whether they are close or distant relatives. I do try to provide the source of my information and if I have a photo posted, click on the photo and the caption section should provide my source. I also take photo's of surrounding headstones of my family members to post to FAG so that others may find their relatives. (If I have a memorial and you would like to manage it, please ask. If it's not one of my family members, I'll be happy to transfer to you). A trick I recently found to help bring out the writing on some of the dark stones---pour water on them. Any requests you have, please be considerate. That goes much farther with me than negative or nasty comments.
I stumbled on your Cromer entry as the address listed was 906 8th Street. I had relatives who owned that home for close to 100 years. As they had boarders and Cromer was a bricklayer I thought he may have been one of them. When I looked at the 1930 census record I found that he actually lived at 904 8th St.
Florence A. Manley birth date From age of 1y 8m 2d and death date of 18 Sep 1846, I calculate a birth date of 16 Jan 1845 rather than 16 Feb 1845 given for Florence A. Manley interred in Marshall Cemetery, Marshall, Illinois.
RE: Memorial # 117493200 I added the obituary information you requested. On memorial pages, other than your own, you can go to edits and under edits you will find a section called 'Suggest any other correction or addition". This is where you can add obituaries and I and other contributors will receive them through our e-mail. Thank you for taking time to send the obituary. Roberta