|Bio and Links|
|I may be contacted for any reason by clicking on the "Edit" tab at the top of any of my managed memorials, then select the 6th option on the list that says, "Suggest any other correction or addition". Type your message in the text box and click on "Send" and I will receive the message as an email from Find A Grave. Corrections and/or additions are always welcomed.|
For more information on corrections or additions, please see:
How do I update or correct an error in memorial data?
How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me?
Please do not ask for links to memorials where the burial location is "unknown". The Find A Grave guidelines say:
Location of body unknown is used for RECENT deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition MUST be determined and updated within 30 days.
For more information, please see:
How do I add a memorial when I'm not sure what cemetery they are buried?
Per Administrator Mark 9/21/12:
Admins won't knowingly link any memorial to a memorial of unknown disposition. We should not expect you to link them either.
Per Administrator Mark 4/21/16:
If you use the Burial: Unknown option, it is to be for recent deaths where the disposition is not yet known. Recent as in the last few days, not months, not years, not decades, not centuries ago. And as stated in the FAQ, the final disposition should be updated within 30 days. As for those Unknown Disposition memorials older than 30 days or those being used for family tree purposes, we will be revisiting those after the new code launches...
Administrators have also said if a memorial includes a designation of "body lost or destroyed" or "non-cemetery burial" you must the add the details of the circumstances concerning that designation in the biography or the notes, and that "body lost or destroyed" or "non-cemetery burial" should not be used in place of "burial unknown" which again is for RECENT deaths and MUST be updated with 30 days.
I will not link to memorials where the burial location is not known no matter which designation is used to try to hide the fact that the burial location is unknown. This is a grave registration site, not a family tree site. It's called Find A Grave for a reason. It's really not a hard concept.
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