. . . do you all accept the traditional location of the Lord's tomb and "Cavalry"?
Cavalry means a mounted soldier, typically on a horse or vehicle.
As for the location of Christ's tomb and Golgotha, we KNOW where it is, no need to rely on a tradition.
The Garden Tomb Jerusalem
All the other tombs in the area turn left, the one in the Garden Tomb turns right, which is as the Bible describes.
Both locations are now within the walls of one large church, the Church of the Sepulcher (meaning "tomb"). (The Gospel of John corroborates that the cross and empty tomb were nearby.)
I have no idea what you're referring to.