My pet peeves:
1: People who refuse to transfer memorials to relatives!
If the requester is related and the creator isn't, WHY NOT TRANSFER?
ARROGANCE IS THE WORD THAT COMES TO MIND!
I fully believe memorials should be in the care of family, the F.A.G. guidelines are too restrictive, and it's only a guide NOT a law.
2: People who have their messaging turned off, but yet make all sorts of demands on others, not allowing for two way communication.
If you don't want to hear from others, maybe others would prefer not to hear from you.
3: If you are going to make the effort of adding memorials, at least put in some dates. If you are adding memorials you must know they are dead and with that you should at least know what year, or how do you know they are not still alive. PEOPLE USE DATES! They are as important as the name!
I happened across this odd statement here in a Find-A-Grave profile ... ";The FAQ are guidelines and the guidelines are the RULES. Hence the FAQ are the RULES."
FAQ means Frequently Asked Questions.
Does that mean a question is now a rule?
I consider the photos I add in here as open for public use. This is a public and free website so I don't make any copyright claim to the photos I upload.
I am willing to transfer any memorial that I have, that is not in my family.
Also please put all possible edits through the suggest edits of the memorials of concern, Thanks
With a little courtesy and common sense this whole grave hunting experience can be very enjoyable. So Be kind to, and respectful of, others on this journey.