MOST memorials I have entered in Holy Cross Malden Mass, St, Michael Cemetery Boston Ma, and Woodlawn Cemetery Everett Mass, are related to me in some way, or to my spouse in some way.
Edits must have VERIFIED info. Be prepared to support your edit. People send edits, but don't think it is at all necessary to give a source when asked. How does one expect someone to make sure it's correct?
If I can't verify info on the memorial itself (upload documents) or you don't send info via the "other corrections" option in the edit tab, then I will have to decline it. I must be able to SEE the proof in order to verify. That means an actual LINK to the info or the info is verifiable at the memorial via a grave pic, obit, uploaded documents, etc or other info. Use the edit tab and then the "other corrections" option to send a message. The only solid sources are obits, death and birth certificates, marriage certificates, or military documents but even those can have many errors in spelling and dates.
Although a wonderful genealogical resource, Find A Grave is intended as a burial registry. It is not a memorial site or family tree site. Ancestry is for family trees.
Sending huge amounts of edits like plot numbers for an entire cemetery should be sent to find a grave or a spreadsheet done unless you send them in a manageable amount for ONE person to process.
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