Married, mom of 2 girls. My family is spread far and wide; unfortunately, we probably don't know that each-other exists. I have watched my already small family grow smaller with each death.
Trained and have worked as a funeral director, I know that life and family ties are more fragile than glass. Find a grave may help find family along with family history (yours and/or mine). *** When I post a new file, I do my best to complete the file as much as possible. Most of my information starts from our local on line newspaper: democratandchronicle.com. Any additional information most likely comes from the info available online from the funeral home the family used for final disposition. The files I create, generally, will not have punctuation (unless in the name) or be abbreviated. If I am looking for a file so to avoid duplication, I search for full first and last names (primarily by cemetery, secondary by date). Unless a person is listed in my Virtual 'Family Plot', I am generally more than willing to transfer ownership. Any pictures I have taken/posted may be used on ancestry.com, etc.
Transfer & thank you Hello again Jessica, Thank you for your generosity in transferring: Harold Frederick Collier # 55821022 to my care. With your help, I have successfully connected him with his parents, five siblings and his two wives. As I receive more information, I will be adding it to Our shared memorial. With sincerest appreciation, Marcia # 47059326
Bromley, Sage and Stuart The information I have submitted for the above named families comes from the book Bromley Genealogy by Viola Bromley copyright 1911 and are all descendants from Martin Bromley #66617604 to Catherine Bromley Sage #41359325 to Imogene Sage Stuart #55000420. If you do or do not use any part of this information in their memorials is for you to decide. Thank you very much Jess Bromley