There seems to be an indexing error for one of your sources
There is a "Minnesota, Veterans Grave Registation Reports, 1930-1975" for which the location of the graves is indexed wrong. In the past week I have found this to be the case 3 or 4 times. I am wondering if they are all indexed wrong. Here is aan example. Leo Peter Bantle Sr. LkY2-KSF is buried in Resurrection Cemetery in Mendota Heights, Dakota, Minnesota. The index has Resurrection, Kapisha, Chingola, Chingola, Copperbelt, Zambia.
Please look into this problem.
That's not an indexing error. It's the autostandardization bot, hard at work picking places at random.
What was indexed for the death or burial place is what's labeled "(Original)": Resurrection. (That's probably all that was on the document.) The computer picked the first thing that came up for that in the global places database, which was the place in Zambia. Unfortunately, there is no evidence of any sort of data validation being applied to this automated process: the computer didn't check that a veteran's grave in Minnesota is absolutely guaranteed not to be in Africa.0
@equast40 Thank you for reporting the auto-standardization error in the Minnesota, Veterans Grave Registration Reports record collection for Resurrection Cemetery. We will send the report of to the group that can get these taken care of.0