As I grew up, I inherited from my mother the urge to maintain genealogical records of our ancestors and families. During this search, I found the FAG website and many memorials of kin, that helped to verify and add to my gealogical journal. I realized that I had struck a "gold mine" of info that would be hard to accumulate otherwise.
Although I am retired and have some "old age" disabilities, I still felt the need to try and help others that are searching for their family roots. By visiting and photographing nearby gravesights, when a request was made, enabled me to do so.
Hopefully many others will also enjoy the fullfillment of helping families to share the memories of their kinfolk through the photos and information provided by them as "Find A Grave" volunteers.
RE: LeMasters USA Data Ok, thanks! I'll try to get in contact, as I would like to have my own copy to be aple to see distand relatives (lots of info, I wouldn't want to ask anyone to do that amount of work for me, lol).
Thanks! I appreciate it very much! Your friend, Eli
RE: James Joseph Lemasters Sorry about that! I've been meaning to message you back, but never got around to it. Thank you very much for that information! Do you know where there might be copies of " Lemasters USA" available? I've looked in them at the libraries and I would love to own a copy. Thanks!
Thomas Maxton Dorsett Hi, Thank you so much for the work you have done on the Dorsett family. I sent a couple of corrections, but on the one I forgot one number in the Memorial #... so please note, Thomas Maxton Dorsett was NOT ever married to someone named Barnes. Sorry! It was too late by the time I caught it and couldn't retract. Thanks again. Margie Warren Kearney, NE