categorising cemetaries

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i am trying to add in Haycombe Cemetery and Crematorium to two of people and still have not got the hang of it i have bishop-9744 and her husband king-25275 both died there.

I will get the hang of this eventually as i thought it was [[Category: cemetaries|Haycombe Cemetery and Crematorium]] but nothing happens

this is arthur king's death

"Find A Grave Index," database, FamilySearch( : 15 March 2016), Arthur J King, 1967; Burial, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset Unitary Authority, Somerset, England, Haycombe Cemetery and Crematorium; citing record ID 153757783, Find a Grave,



asked in The Tree House by Stephanie Meredith G2G6 Mach 4 (49k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith


Seems this is the category you're looking for:

[[Category: Haycombe Cemetery, Bath, Somerset]]

1 Answer

+9 votes
Best answer
You misspelled cemetEries.


But, I think you are mis-using the Category. This cemetery already has a category page. Navigating from the link above, I got all the way to a profile that uses it correctly.

[[Category: Haycombe Cemetery, Bath, Somerset]]
answered by Julie Campbell G2G6 Mach 1 (15.9k points)
selected by Star Kline
Also, the pipe | syntax is for alternate text.

[[link|text I want to see]]
Julie, pipe in category  link only defines sort order on category page.
I sit here corrected. :)
thank you guys one letter makes all the difference
so that would be the same for one in ballin road in dungarvan, waterford, ireland dont think that one is listed yet
If it's not listed/created yet, you should get a link to the new, empty page.

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