Please use the "Suggest edits" button at the top right corner on a memorial and the "Suggest other Correction" button at the bottom of the edit page for any other correction and/or addition. This option is also used to submit source documentation for an edit.
Here are some things that you are prohibited from doing and that may endanger your Find A Grave membership (per Find a Grave): Do not post, transmit, or display content which is protected by copyright or trademark or that does not belong to you and that you do not have authorization for use from the owner of the copyright or trademark, including but not limited to photos, published obituaries, and other information posted in memorials.
I dont link to memorials in a burial unknown status
I follow find a grave guidelines for transfers so please dont ask for a transfer unless it is a required transfer. Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Difficulty is inevitable. Drama is a choice. Anita Renfroe
Rudeness will be ignored
If I have to verify edits because nothing is sent(using the edit tab on the memorial), the source documents I find will be used for memorial information! Many of the synopsis details are for a guide only!
If you are sending an edit then please send the document! No source document--edit will be declined.
Reminder: The social security record does not list the place of death. It is the last known address a payment was sent.
I will not add living people to memorials I have created and I do follow the guidelines in regards to adding obituaries.
The photo section is reserved for headstone/grave photos and possibly a portrait photo(s) of the person, if that photo is owned by you. Do not copy and post photographs from obituary or funeral home websites (unless you personally are the photographer), as they are protected by copyright law and they are 3rd party websites which are not permitted. Find A Grave reserves the right to remove obituary notices and photographs from memorial records.