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An 112-acre site (Larkspur Conservation at Taylor Hollow) in Westmoreland, Sumner County, Tennessee is a "conservation burial site," meaning green burials without the usual hallmarks of a cemetery -- coffins, graves in a row, headstones, etc. The words "cemetery," "burial ground," "memorial" do not appear in the name. How should this name be handled? Should the icon be sited at the entrance or centered on the area?

asked 05 Dec '21, 11:36

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Cemetery points should always be centered on the cemetery grounds, even if it's a large area. For this particular site, you can add "Cemetery" to the name to make it more descriptive and pass the attribute filter. Their website does refer to the site as a "cemetery", so this is an acceptable label to add to the name in the TNMCorps editor: Larkspur Conservation Cemetery.

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answered 06 Dec '21, 10:22

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