Why does FamilySearch add cemetery locations to its standards database?
Just a point of interest, really. I don't see requests for hospital names* to be added (as a place of birth or death) but regularly see requests for a cemetery to be added. As long as the cemetery can be associated with the town / city in which it is situated, why can't users be happy with using the standard placename for where the cemetery is located and add the finer details to form what will appear as the display name?
Another point is whether they should be added with the current address, or as the location was known when the individual was buried there. I see Find A Grave always seems to use the current unitary authority in identifying the burial location, instead of how it was known in the past. Certainly, entering the location as how is is known today would help descendants locate the graves of their relatives / ancestors far more easily.
*BTW - I realise hospitals have been added to the database, but their addition doesn't seem anywhere near a popular request as when it comes to cemeteries.