R.I.P. Dwayne • FOREVER A BUCKEYE •
•Inscription field is supposed to be EXACTLY how the marker reads (minus what goes in other fields like their names and birth and death dates) including any punctuation and any abbreviations (but if word is spelled out then spell it out).
•It should NOT be ASSUMED that someone died AT HOME just because an obituary has where their home was located or the SSDI has where their mailing zip code was last listed with the SSA.
FYI, deaths occurring in the VA Hospital in Allegheny Co. PA should be marked as being death in Fox Chapel or Aspinwall NOT Pittsburgh. Deaths occurring in the Louis Stokes VA Hospital in Cuyahoga Co., OH should be marked as being death in Hough, Cuyahoga Co. NOT Cleveland.
FYI, deaths occurring in most nursing homes in Belmont Co. and referenced as being in St. Clairsville actually are NOT there (that is just their mailing zip code). Most should be marked as being in Richland TWP., Belmont Co. NOT St. Clairsville (except Forrest Hills, Park Health and St. Clair Commons which actually are IN St. Clairsville).
FYI, deaths occurring "back in the day" that were identified as being in a nursing home in Morristown were actually NOT in Morristown but outside the corporation limits and should be marked as Union TWP., Belmont Co. (they are all closed now).
Also Please, Do NOT ask me to add to "double quotes" in the nickname field as they are automatically added by the system on both ends of the field nor to put them in the middle of the field when there are multiple nicknames - I use the word AND (in regular case) in between multiple nicknames.
The bio field is not a problem for double quote marks but never use them in the plot data or note fields. If you use double quote marks in those fields and you later try to edit those fields everything after them will be gone and you will have to re-type that info even if that is not the part you are editing. Type single quote marks together instead: No to " but yes to '' or just use a singe quote mark: No to " but yes to ' instead.
1/10/2022...GA washed away the Tide....
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