The majority of the memorials I've added have a connection with Marion County, South Carolina. Permission is not needed to use anything I've posted to Find A Grave.
If someones obit, death certificate, etc. states they were born or died in Dillon County and it was before 1910, they were born or died in Marion County. I use this on the memorials I add, what others do is up to them.
Did you know...Coins On A Headstone:
A coin left on a headstone lets the deceased soldier's family know that somebody stopped by to pay their respects.
If you leave a penny, it means you visited. A nickel means that you and the deceased soldier trained at boot camp together. If you served with the soldier, you leave a dime. A quarter is very significant because it means that you were there when that soldier was killed.
The tradition became popular in the United States during the Vietnam War.
A few interesting, newer Find a Grave suggestions:
"If the interred had more than one last name, they may be added to the last name field. Our search will search all names in the last name field."
"Put the entire first name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial. Put the entire middle name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial."
"Since the move to Ancestry and the new website, newspaper obituaries, death certificates and other scanned documentation is allowed. We encourage members to move the images down to the bottom of the photo display so that they are not the first thing you see when viewing a memorial page."
Find a Grave Administration