I live in the Netherlands but spend two months a year in the US.
Yuma, AZ, the Imperial Valley, CA and Kingman, AZ are the areas where I have been taking photo's till now. And in the Netherlands of course. In September 2010 I also travelled to Boulder City, NV and in October 2012 I visited Riverside County, CA and St. George, UT.
I am moved by graves that haven't been looked after, poor people who have a very simple grave, John or Jane Does anywhere. I intend to give some of them a place here.
If I made a memorial for a person you're related to, I'll gladly transfer.
I do not hold on to the strict FaG-guidelines but this does not mean that I will transfer to anyone who would like to manage the memorial just to add some more information to it. Just send me the information and I will be happy to add it myself.
If I made a mistake, please let me know and I'll correct it. It is never my intention to make duplicates. If you find one please let me know and I will delete it right away.
Three years ago I started my own website about cemeteries in the Netherlands and in the US. It's in Dutch.
pictures at Evergreen cem no appology needed, I had seen the markers years ago, but hadn't taken pictures, the weather has affected their condition but they are still there and are readable, thank goodness, the photos show what is there and thanks so much.
Cardwell photos Thank you for the Cardwell family headstone pictures and I really like the picture the area around the stones, wish more people would do that because it adds so much more to the memorial. I noticed a couple of other stones directly in front of Jessie and Ethel Cardwell, do you know happen to know the names on those stones? Thanks again. MS
Alton Willard Hi there, you set up a memorial for Alton Willard. I am trying to figure out if he is my Uncle. Did you know him or of him? My step dad raised me and has since passed away. His brother, Alton 'Lefty' Willard lived in Las Vegas. No one knows if he was in the military. Any help you can give is appreciated. Thanks!
I've just been contacted by a grandson of a couple buried in Pioneer Cemetery at Gila Bend, Arizona, Ray & Helen Seel. I noticed that you posted a new photo of Helen's stone (#32714009) and what a pretty marker, but it doesn't look like it will last very long but much, much better than just the little metal funeral marker for her that was there in 2009.
I'm so glad to see the new picture on her memorial and thank you for posting it. I removed my photo of the funeral marker. In the future if you happen to take other photos of any that I put in and they are better pictures than mine or like in this case, just let me know, and I'll be glad to remove mine.
I took a look at your website but, of course, couldn't read any of it! But from just the pictures, what a nice tribute to cemeteries.