Find a grave has removed gravesite.

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If you are making corrections and a profile has find a grave as a source, the grave has been removed from find a grave. Do you delete the source?
WikiTree profile: Joe Adkins
asked in WikiTree Help by Bobbie Bonner G2G6 (8.3k points)

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If info was gleaned from there I usually just disable the link, and note that it has been deleted. That way someone might re-find it or at least know where some info came from.
answered by Steven Tibbetts G2G6 Pilot (151k points)
selected by Bobbie Bonner
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Was it a duplicate? Can you find another entry for the same plot?

If it's not a duplicate, I would not remove the source. Usually with databases you cite the date you accessed it. I don't know how that would work with the Find A Grave template.
answered by Dina Grozev G2G6 Mach 1 (18k points)
It is like 3 of them I have come across in the last couple of days. I have tried to look the person up and nothing comes up for them.
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I do, there is usually another memorial or make sure you documented the data from the deleted memorial....
answered by Ronald Wilkinson G2G Crew (350 points)
+6 votes
I've come across the same problem recently.  I will either leave the link and note on it that's broken or delete it altogether if I can find a death source.  I always put a note in the changes box describing what I've done.
answered by Kathy Zipperer G2G6 Pilot (197k points)
Thank you. I was beginning to worry if I was alone with this!
I thought the same thing and then I made an edit to one of my findagrave profiles and saw Delete As an option.  I don't remember that was the case before Ancestry took over.

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