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If you have biographical information to suggest for my memorials, please use the Edit tab in the upper right-hand corner of the memorial, then choose the appropriate suggested correction link and add your information. Do not attach biographical or obituary information to a flower you are leaving. Find A Grave's guidelines state "Do not leave derogatory, politically charged, biographical information, or obituaries as a note. Inappropriate notes will be removed, and members who continue to abuse notes will have their account closed."
Please do not ask me to link any of the memorials I have created or maintain to memorials which do not list a burial location and do not link any of the memorials I have created or maintain to memorials which do not list a burial location. Find A Grave's mission is to record a person's final disposition; it is not a genealogy website for family trees.
When you create a new memorial at Find A Grave, the website asks you to choose a cemetery. If you check the "Not buried in a cemetery?" box, it asks you to "Choose a Burial Type". If you choose "Burial Details Unknown", the following message appears:
"Find A Grave's purpose is to catalog and make available final disposition information. If burial information is unknown for an individual, Find A Grave is probably not the right place for their information. In rare cases, creating a Find A Grave memorial for someone with no burial information may be warranted, but these should be uncommon. If it is too soon after someone's passing for burial information to be known, please wait to create the memorial."
I honor FAG's guidelines regarding a person's final disposition information and ask that you do too on my memorials.
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