When I was 10 years old my mom told me a family secret. She was adopted, and that we were to meet her birth family. Her natural mom died and the state of California took mom and her twin brother away from her father and five other siblings. This began a 40+ of family research going from cemetery to cemetery. Meeting these really old people, who I'm grateful to have met. And my mom telling me these outrageous tails I thought she made-up. Then when my mom died in 2009 I inherited all of her research, and to my shock those tales were true. And I continue her journey and finding the clues she didn't have a chance to discover. My camera recently broke, but when I get a new one, I can take grave photos. My maiden name is Haskins.
I am a volunteer transcriber with the Family Search Indexing project, and often utilize their FREE source documents to preform these little random acts of genealogical kindness.
You can sign up for free on their website at https://www.familysearch.org/ and you do NOT need to volunteer to transcribe for them to be able to use their website to look up and view their images of source documents. They have census images, birth and death certificates, marriage licenses & certificates, divorce information and other goodies too! Although several of their databases do not include images of the source documents, enough of them do to make it worth a visit to their website.