If you are a new member, please read the Findagrave rules. If you wish to use one of my photos, please contact me for permission.
Even though it is allowed, I respectfully request that no Death Certificates or census records, etc. be uploaded into the photo sections of the memorials that I manage. I would very much prefer that a family photo or headstone be occupying that photo space to represent their life. It is much more appropriate for this website.
It is my pleasure to transfer memorials that are not part of my family as long as it meets the Findagrave guidelines. Out of guidelines transfers are made on a case by case basis.
The ads on this site have kept several features from working with my server. I will continue to honor edit requests at my convenience since I am unable to do so at my home computer.
You are very welcome. A man closer to the cemetery took the photos after meeting the caretaker, Kip Delisio, who was mowing at the cemetery. Kip sometimes provides the gravestone photos. Thank you for sharing about your aunt and her husband and their child. Many people from Clyde later lived in and worked in Newark, 20 minutes to the west, and are buried in St. John's Cemetery. St. John's is now part of a cluster of parishes centered at Lyons