Memoiral benches/plaques clarification
I have a question about something I noticed a few days ago about memorials in the Potentially Confusing Nominations page. First is that memorials are covered twice on the page.
Memorials are eligible, but only for significant figures in a community or for significant events. Memorials that contain human remains should adhere to the acceptance criteria for gravestones.
This plaque contains detailed information about why this person is a significant historical figure.
And later under "Additional Examples and Guidelines":
Memorial bench/plaques - Eligible, if dedicated to a noteworthy member of a community or historical figure.
Both have very similar language and I think in general can be combined. But from the example, there seems to be an additional requirement that memorials must contain details about why the person is a noteworthy member of a community or historical figure. Am I correct on this? And should this also apply to memorial benches? It would provide a bit of a sanity check, especially against those who claim that if a memorial of any kind for a person, then the person is de facto noteworthy or historical.