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We are from Yakima Washington have been working on our family trees off and on for a few years now. We are busy critters with many hobbies and a family. We are a husband and wife team working this together with wife being the primary.
While we have respect for those who volunteer on here we also get annoyed with those who use it as a numbers game trying to boost their contributions. That's not what this site is about. We also get annoyed with those who do it for credit. Photos are photos anyone can take them any time. People take it way too far. Copyright is something that you have to pay for. If people are that concerned over their photos its simple don't put them on the internet for the world to see. Life is too short to need credit when a simple thank you will do.
With that said any of our photos are free to use at will. No credit is needed. We do this for a hobby not to gain something. Any information we have we will freely share with others. We will not transfer memorials that are our family.
If you'd like to contact us privately use the edit tab on any of our memorials it will send an email to us. Be sure to include your email address so we may reply.
Some of the names in our trees are:
Bailey Burch Frazey
Clements Hixon Garrett
Walden Hawthorne Pearsall
Thomas Rapp Williams McGhghy pronounced Mac Gay Hay
Nesmith Weeks Bass Warnicke
This is a good start :)
We are also interested in meeting those also working on the same lines and sharing information we have.
We get a lot of please link emails. I'm sorry I don't have a lot of time to link especially with 2 teenage daughters. Find A Grave has a new feature when one memorial gets a link the other gets a link with a star. We also get emails asking to add plot and city of death. Again I don't have a lot of time. The important facts birth and death dates name and the cemetery. Those are the most important facts. Those we will do our best to update. I'm sorry if this offends anyone we are are busy people and don't get on here much to update. Genealogy is a hobby we pick it up put it down often. Especially in the summer when we can be outside gardening and maintaining our new home.