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From: "Kathy Ashton" <>
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] Holy Cross Cemetery
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 17:56:48 -0400
Hi Jo-Ann -
Usually, but not always, the abbreviations you list below stand for the
CR = center or corner grave in the plot
N = North side of the plot from the center
S = South side of the plot from the center
You may also run into Cor which is usually the corner grave of the plot.
The 10 could mean the 10th grave in the plot but that would depend on how
many graves are contained within the plot.
Of course these are just what I have been exposed to in my research and may
not be totally accurate in every cemetery.
Hope this helps!
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 19:14:47 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jo-Ann Bradley <>
Subject: [Phly-Rts] Holy Cross Cemetery
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I've just gotten a lot profile from the Archdiocese for Holy Cross Cemetery.
This is where my gr gr grandparents are buried. It states that my gr gr
grandfather, Patrick H. Broderick, is the lot owner. It is Section 4, Range
3, Lot 48. After Patrick's name is 04-3-48 CR10. What does the Cr 10
represent? Some others who are buried in this lot have N then a number or S
and a number. What do they represent? Thanks for your help.
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