Bryan Biggs asked "Do you require information to be "verified" before adding it to Red1st?"
Our response: What you see on http://www.red1st.com/
is what you get.
If we have certificates or headstones we publish then on the site.
Most other data has a Source indicated.
If none of these are shown then the data is unverified and should be treated as guidance.
But even though data is unverified its probability of accuracy is likely positive as someone has taken the trouble to build the relationship.