Unsuitable grave nominations?
Graves are part of the "potential confusing nominations" in the help section - stated that they are to be avoided as nominations, if not a culturally or historically important figure in the local society/overall society....
In OPR it was stated that graves needed to be older than 50 years as well as being culturally/historically important to be a possible nomination, is the age rule still in affect? It's no longer in the written guide.
What if it's a family grave, ie not only the famous person but also family members? I would not call this a suitable candidate, especially if the grave is still in use by the family.
Question is asked due to a nomination of a former "prime ministers" family grave being submitted as a potential POI - he died 35 years ago, but the newest burial in the family grave is in the early 2000s. It's also not a memorial form of a grave, just a standard family plot happening to be the last resting place of one of our former politicians.