A basic five-character Map Index from the directory is used to help locate a grave space. Example: R3507
The first alpha character identifies a sector that is in most cases bound by roads.
These sector alpha characters begin on the North side of the map and increase to the South.
The second and third characters are numeric and indicate the row number within a sector. Row numbers begin on the East part of a map sector and increase to the west.
The fourth and fifth characters are the grave space index and count from the Row markers described below.
Additional subtending alpha characters are used to indicate multiple interments within a grave space.
4 1/2 Inch Stainless Steel Disks with the Sector and Row designation are placed at the beginning of each Row.
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