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In most cases of dispute to publicized deceased family data, legitimate businesses will concede to immediate family over a relative. To cite an example: The relationship between parent and child has greater merit for maintaining privacy, over claims of public domain...
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Anonymous

A persons right to privacy ends when they die.

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Joe,I placed a memorial flower on find a grave for my husband's G-G-G Grandparent's and also sponsored the memorials and their Children's memorials. My memorials have been removed from both of their memorials Can You give me a reason I have NEVER had this...
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Lee9764
Lee9764

You said you placed "a memorial flower" on FindAGRave. Flowers are not allowed to have ANY biographical data in them and will be removed when reported. You can add new flowers...

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Anne

I am sorry to say that I do not know what happened to your information but, I have had words that I did a special spell and grammar check for my bio's, and some whack went in ...

#787358
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Find a grave allows a total stranger to create and maintain a memorial to my murdered uncle and deleted the memorial created by HIS family. We have asked for transfer and denied. My uncle was murdered by his classmate at 17. Itnis obviously a very sensitive subject.
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Anonymous

A person good or bad is a child to someone. You may think them abusers , losers and criminals, But someone still loved them. What if someone in your family a abusers , loser...

Anonymous
Anonymous

family abusers , losers and criminals can all be immortalized through the flowering group who hang out on this website day after day like drones......These folks have no idea ...

#686608
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I just saw the memorial of the man that raped me when I was 8 years old. In the memorial was written " Keith was falsely accused , which I believe ,and convicted of molestation in 1991" who wrote this and how can I have it removed? He does not deserve to escape what he...
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Anonymous
Anonymous

So sorry that happened to you. No one should ever go through that. I would email edit@findagrave.com and ask them to remove the bio information. They won't remove the memor...

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pn

it would help if you read that the mission of findagrave is to document ALL graves, period. it does not matter what your opinion of the person is. everyone deserves to be re...

#504406
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find-a-grave hoarders strike again. someone who never met my beloved greatgrandmother had her info wrong--had her buried in the wrong place. I went through the trouble of making an accurate page and the hoarder (38000 graves and no photos, meaning she never got off...
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VintageGirl

I agree. I can't even get my grandparents from a hoarder. She just wants everyone with her (and my) name. It's disgusting to be so greedy when you are not even related.

Anonymous
OMG!!

Jane I think that is wonderful that you do the work for them. We need more people out there like you. Its kind neat that hoarder\'s have their own clean up crew. This should e...

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I was always courteous and tactful in the forum until the discussion about illegal aliens. One of our police officers was gunned down and killed for stopping a questioning a suspicious person. He was the third officer killed in the line of duty in our city...by an...
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Anonymous
YES, INDEED

#1 Boring Old Me wrote in response to FindAGraveHero: \"You are wrong. Memorials ARE deleted when administrators get ticked off about something you say in the chat forum. I kn...

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Boring Old Me

You are wrong. Memorials ARE deleted when administrators get ticked off about something you say in the chat forum. I know someone who had this happen him. Get your facts st...

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