I've been overwhelmed with 800-900 edits at a time. I will eventually retro address them. So...
DON'T change things if you have been turned down before, I will just correct it later.
DON'T make up surnames (multi marriages does Not mean both surnames are used)
Plot info is correctly given so if you change it, it will just be changed back.
You will have to read to the bottom to get all the info on what is acceptable.
Please don't send email of "proof" unless asked for.
Have been doing a limited amount of area cemetery visits, Peoria, Ill.
Surname interests, Uttenhove from Ill. & S.D., DeSutter from Henry County, Ill., Fox & Hechtner from Princeton & Bureau County, Ill., Hartzell/Hartsell and Smith from around Wabash County, Indiana, Princeton & Bureau County, Ill., Jensen/Jenson from Bureau County, Ill. ; Cassin from Mercer County, Ill., Curran from Ill. & Iowa, Cassidy & Collins from Door County, Wisc., and Mooneys & Tullys around Chicago, Ill.
Then there is my Husband's family, Driscoll from Peoria, Ill., and Roberts from Lebanon, Ky. (part of the Md. to Ky. group).
I do not add verbatim obits. Extracted info not naming living individuals acceptable.
I also do not add information from records such as census. May add if rewritten in paragraph form at my discretion.
I like Chris' description so well I'm posting a link to his contributor page Chris' contributor page.
As much as I try to prove or disprove information, I can not guarantee that information provided for memorials is correct. Meaning this information is not usable as a primary source. Photos can be considered as a primary source.
FYI: 1900 Census is NOT an accurate source for birth dates! Their use in cemetery records will mislead people.
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