For michellemaze......you can also add the findagrave information under the "add a story" link on the overview page on Ancestry. I have seen some people already doing that. If you include a link, readers can always copy the link and paste to their browser. Or do a search at findagrave.
I use findagrave a lot, contribute, photograph, and have reaped the benefits of other people's work, for which I am extremely grateful. I cannot travel across the United States to view my faraway relatives' burial places, and would never see one of their headstones without findagrave.
Keep in mind too that Find-a-grave is NOT a research site, but is so very useful for that...so many people prefer to use a free site, so it is bound to be very popular. And MOST of the information that is posted such as birth and death information is also public record, so no one is breaking any rules. But using the photos on findagrave without the permission of the owner IS a violation of copyright...which many people are ignoring.
A link to the findagrave site is a great idea. I wasn't aware of any involvement with Ancestry at all. I couldn't find a link at findagrave (that I remember) for Ancestry...
Anyway, just a suggestion to add the information to the Ancestry site in the "story" area at Ancestry.
I forgot to mention, I DO see, on right side of page at Ancestry, something about "add a web link"...I wonder if that is where a link to findagrave can be added?
I think Find-a-grave is the best site to come out (other than MyFamily sites) in a long, long, time!!!!!!!