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I'm field-checking and editing historical cemeteries in my state, and need help understanding how to create addresses for these features that conform to the required naming conventions. Many of these cemeteries are located in remote areas, away from current roads. In some cases, they are only accessible from hiking trails. How should I handle addresses for these features? Thanks.

asked 17 Apr '18, 19:40

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You are not required to enter an address for a cemetery, especially if it is remote and not close to any named roads. In such situations we only require a name and state. If you can identify additional attribute information, that's great! But don't worry too much about filling in the address. If the cemetery is located off of a named road or intersection, you can enter street names into the 'Address 1' field (e.g., 'Main Street and Brown Avenue', or just 'Main Street'). If the cemetery is only accessible via hiking trail, you can leave the address fields blank.

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answered 18 Apr '18, 08:15

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