Of leopards and spots… — The Legal Genealogist

Is Find A Grave ready to change? It’s been a long-term, persistent, growing problem at Find A Grave: that people utterly unassociated with a recently-deceased person race the grieving family to be the first to create a memorial. 797 more words

via Of leopards and spots… — The Legal Genealogist.

Cite/link to this post: Judy G. Russell, “Of leopards and spots,” The Legal Genealogist (https://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog : posted 31 Oct 2019).

Looks like they closed comments when I checked last night.

As Judy G. Russell noted, you can voice your opinion on https://news.findagrave.com/memorials-for-the-recently-deceased/.

My question is simple: Will the rules apply to all, or will there be those who can ignore the rule? As it is now, there are rules for most people, like me, and then there are a small group of individuals that don’t have to follow the rules of FAQs.

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