Hello and welcome to my page. ~~~~~~~~Find a Grave is an excellent way to pay tribute to those who have passed, it's also very helpful to those who are researching their ancestry.I feel that everyone deserves to be remembered, and I have always loved history, so this site combines those things perfectly. When you send me info., or corrections, please be patient, and use the EDIT TAB if possible. I will be sure to take care of them. *********************************************************************** If I have posted information about a relative of yours, you may use it for your ancestry purposes. I am very careful about accuracy. I am also doing extensive research on my family lines, and have several family trees in progress. Please use the tab for corrections, Please do not post info with memorial flowers. Kindly submit it to me via e-mail, or as a public message. Death certificates may be posted. If living relatives are named , like the informant for example, please line through their name if you can. It is very nice to see your relationship to the person, if you are family, or not, with the memorial flower. ///////////////////////////////...TRANSFERS...//////////////////////////// Please be polite when you request one. Thank you in advance for your courtesy. ******PLEASE REMEMBER******The find-a-grave transfer policy does NOT include aunts, uncles, cousins, or friends. I work hard at adding memorials to honor people who have passed away. You can add them to your virtual cemeteries either way, add flowers for them, and submit info to me to be added to their memorial. Please be sure that info. is correct. I'll be happy to help you in other ways when I can, right now that does not include taking photos.----------------------------------------------IT DOES APPLY to: parents, grandparents, great grandparents, siblings, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, WITHIN these 4 generations ONLY!! I may not have as many memorials as some do, but I make a respectful and thorough one, based on the information available to me at the time.It is not about the numbers for me, or even ownership, but rather about fairness and cooperation. I hope that you enjoy this interesting activity, and family ancestry as much as I have. I am happy to be making a contribution, and creating these memorials. And may God bless you and yours.Curious
RE: Marie Anna Beattie # 159766119 Thank you . I guess I assumed that the death date wasn't on yet. I have known so many like that. It appreciate you letting me know. This will be fixed ASAP and if anyone sees anything else like that please let me know so I can update. Thanks again
Charles Decoteau Hello Curious, and thank you for the link suggestion from Charles to his mother Florence--Memorial# 160136735. This is my son-in-law's family, but a distant relation. I have a different birth date for Charles' mother Florence (7/19/1921), but I got that date from a relative and can't confirm where that came from. Thanks again, Dan Phelan Baltimore, MD
I'm requesting that you transfer, Dennis James Girardin's memorial over to me. He is my uncle, my mom's youngest brother. He is buried in Mt. Elliott Cemetery, died Dec. 17, 2013 in a house fire in Detroit on Ashley Street.
My name is Everett Baranowski. I just returned to an Ancestry.com paid subscription after about a 6 month hiatus. I was leafing through the Ancestry leaf hints for my grandmother who passed almost a year ago. One of the hints showed that she already had a memorial set up for her here on Find-A-Grave (sister site). First off, thanks so much for starting the memorial! I've been to the cemetery after the funeral (it was freezing out!) and we placed her body in a refrigerated building on-site for later burial. My grandmother was buried in the Spring when the temperatures were warmer out. I've had plans to make it up to see Grandma's tombstone and have not yet been able to make it Up North to do so this past year. My intentions were to start a memorial myself when the time came and I'd taken my own photo of the grave. I was wondering if you wouldn't mind transferring the memorial to me. I'll be glad to take the photo when I next make it up to Michigan in the Spring or Summer months. Thank-you so much for your consideration in this matter!
Two Salisbury National Cemeteries Thank you for your memorials. You might want to remember that all new burials are in The Salisbury National Cemetery Annex. The older cemetery across town is the site of the the Civil War Prison of War location. It has been full and has not had new burials (except secondary such as spouses) in over a decade.) The Annex is located on Statesville Blvd., Behind the VA hospital. Hope this helps for future references. Robert C. Peurifoy 46928811