Recently I paid a visit to the Spanish Fork City Cemetery In Spanish Fork Utah. The purpose of my visit was to visit the gravesites of my ancestors that have passed on. The fellow in the office was busy with another customer so we waited for him to finish. After about 10 minutes. the employee in the office mounted his ATV and told the customer to follow him leaving me and my companion to fen for ourselves.
The Spanish Fork City Cemetery consists of 32 acers and over 12,000. While I had a general inkling of the location of the grave that we were seeking, I didn't know exactly where it was so we resorted to our our smart phones. Try as we may, and being unfamiliar with the software, our efforts proved to be an exercise in futility. So we went back to the office again only to find it un maned. So we went out again and searched again - again with no success. Once more we returned to the office only to find it locked so we got in our car and came home. As you can imagine, we found this frustrating in light of the fact that we had traveled down from Layton for a purpose in mined and was not able to accomplish it,.. We did, however, were able to find some of the graves that we were looking for so the trip was not a total loss.
So what am I suggesting that you folks do: When I got home, I was able to get on my tablet and find the information that I was seeking and decided that I would share it on familytree. I pulled up the website and went to burial information and tried to include the exact location of the grave that I was looking for. I was able to enter it but only in a make shift manner. My suggestion is to expand the burial input location to include the location in the cemetery so that it can be shared with others.