One way to help FAG is to request a photo of the grave. One can only request a certain number each week. Once I am over my limit I have to wait until next week until I can request some more. As more people join FAG and as more get digital cameras more are volunteering to take photos. They just need someone to request them to spur them into action.One cemetery I found where there are several volunteers waiting for request is Edom Cemetery, Edom, Van Zandt County, Texas, USA.…See More
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Thankyou for the welcome, Calvin. I am wondring if ya'll have decided on a specific site or if we are going to be on several. I would prefer one or two, but let me know. I know, of course, that the online sites of the Bobbitts of Calvins, and Keiths and I believe Chirds will always be available. I have started reading some of Marsha's research and I find it to be very interesting.