My profile would be boring, so I won't bother (you can visit my dad Mitzie the Clown instead) ... and I won't list a bunch of do this and do that's. "Help with Find A Grave" has all that.... assuming you've read them.
With sand fleas and no-see-ums biting, dodging bee's, garden snakes, and one territorial hawk, currently up against a serious gaggle of geese (ie: goose poo) - I've swept the dirt, trimmed the grass, blown off the leaves and dug out the forgotten stones. Each one will tell you a story; of love, laughter and sadness.
I take pictures. Lots of pictures. Good ones, bad ones. wyswyg. Am slowly fixin' the really bad ones. Meanwhile you will know that there is a stone. You may use MY picture(s) any way you want. It is my gift to you. No further permission is needed, NOR credit given. This applies to MY PHOTO's ONLY. If you feel you must give credit, use my member ID# only - my name is plastered all over the www as it is.
Many contributors have given their time creating memorials for the men and women who lost their lives in service. I would like to bring attention to just this one: 2nd Lieut. Darrell K. Stoyke Please, take a moment and visit his memorial. If the people of Eyguieres, France can build a war memorial in the center of their town to honor him, surely you can take a moment and visit his grave. If you have any information on this young man, please contact me. Thank you.
If you've left me a "thank you" - You are very welcome. I really am glad I was able to help you. Now go back to that memorial you were so happy to find and leave a Flower, a Note, some Cheetos. Anything. Show them you care and they are not forgotten.
Babe Boy Burnquist #47592448 Jaci, Thank you for helping me learn more about my Uncle, buried as "Babe Boy." My mother (born in 1919) never discussed him. He never appeared on any of the pedigree charts created by my aunts. But I found him through government records, connected him to his parents on FamilySearch, and now know (THANKS to you!) more of how he died. I have edited his name on your entry to read David the name by which he was remembered by his parents.
Re: Clellmont & Mildred Bjorklund Thank you kindly for taking your time and effort on adding the photos of their graves, and thank you again for being a wonderful help with Find a Grave. Kiffie Bjorklund