I am a professional genealogist and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. I have over 20 years of research experience.
PLEASE USE THE EDIT FUNCTION TO NOTIFY ME OF CHANGES TO MEMORIALS. ANY EDITS THAT ARE SENT AS MESSAGES THAT CAN BE EASILY CHANGED USING THE PROPER EDIT FUNCTION WILL BE DELETED. In addition, it is against Find A Grave policy to add information to a memorial via flowers.
I will gladly transfer any grave that is not my direct ancestor. Some of my "pet" families are the DeCosters and the Shepardsons. I am also researching McGraw, Scofield, Troxell, Yegerlehner, Schiele, and several Mayflower lineages.
I do not mind if you copy my photographs, however do me the courtesy of attribution- Deborah Sweeney and list Find A Grave as the location in which you found the photograph before posting to another website or family file. In the United States, attribution and permission are required should you wish to claim Fair Use under copyright law. This is good genealogical practice (GPS #4), as well as being illegal should you do otherwise. Thank you.
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Elizabeth Berggren at Forest Home Cemetery Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.
Jesse Reynolds #45191761 Thank you for the great biographical information you included in the memorials for Jesse Reynolds and my grand great aunt Wellmet Lamb Reynolds. It's a rare find and provided me with information that I did not know. I have a question abt them being disowned for disunity. Did that occur while they were transitioning through Indiana or when they finally settled in Illinois? I'm researching Wellmet and want to get it right. Again, many thanks for your fine work. gb
Union Cemetery, Uhrichsville, Ohio Hello,, I have copies of the entire cemetery and also Gnadenhutten, Ohio. I have been doing genealogy over 40+ years and I took on the task of digitizing my home town cemetery, It is a labor of love and is coming along very nicely, We have hand scanned all the records we could find there, Interned, Maps, Lot and layouts, Deeds etc. We are working on making a searchable database by name, dates, locations etc. If I can help you in any way in those two cemetery's, please ask.