|Bio and Links|
Interested in cemeteries, local history, and fulfilling the main Mission of Find A Grave|
You may send corrections or additions by using the "Edit" tab at the top of the memorial. For more information on the correct way to send edits, please see:
How do I correct an error in memorial data? You may also contact me for any reason by using the "Edit" tab at the top of any memorial that I manage and selecting "Suggest any other correction or addition" from the list of available actions. Type your message in the text box and press the "Send This Message" button. An email with your message will be sent to me by Find A Grave.
My cemetery and headstone photos are copyrighted and I retain all rights to them. Permission is granted to save them to your computer or print them for your PERSONAL NON-COMMERCIAL use only. Permission is NOT granted to ALTER, REPUBLISH, UPLOAD, OR POST photos elsewhere, including but not limited to, Ancestry.com trees or any other website. Uploading to another website is considered "republishing" which is NOT covered under fair use, and republishing without permission is illegal. It is also against the rules of both Ancestry.com and Find A Grave and can put your account in jeopardy.
I reserve the right to manage the memorials of my family and will not transfer them unless you are a closer direct relative within the Find A Grave guidelines. For transfers of your relatives, see How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me? in the Find A Grave Frequently Asked Questions. For transfers, please contact me using the "Edit" tab on the memorial you want transferred, and explain your relationship in the request.
Links to other memorials may be added to the bio section by using HTML coding or by using the "Family Links" feature. According to the Find A Grave FAQ's, either is acceptable.
How do I add a link from one memorial to another?
I will gladly make suggested links to a memorial for which the actual burial location has been determined, but I will not link to one that is listed as "burial location unknown". According to Find A Grave Guidelines: "Location of body unknown should be used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days." For further information, see the Find A Grave forums: LINKING TO UNKNOWN BURIALS for an administrator's answer on this subject.
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