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Stories in Stone New York: A Field Guide to New York City Area Cemeteries & Their Residents

Stories in Stone New York: A Field Guide to New York City Area Cemeteries & Their Residents… 186 more words

Photo Essay: Remembering

C lick to see on Flickr

This is where I go to think; to gather my thoughts and contemplate my predicuments and say a prayer of gratitude for all that I have been blessed with. 281 more words

Photo Of The Day

Jewish Cemetery (7622 101 Ave)

Read about the cemetery here.

Circa 1915

Text from PAA catalogue: “Entrance to Jewish Cemetery, located at 7622 – 101 Avenue in Edmonton. Land purchased for the cemetery in 1907.” 22 more words

Celebrate Day Of The Dead 2014 In Los Angeles

If you’re looking for an authentic Day of the Dead celebration, set your sights on Los Angeles‘ 2014 Day of the Dead Nov. 1 from 12 p.m. 44 more words

Festivals

Mary Watson Townsend ( - 1848) - Find A Grave Memorial

Mary Watson Townsend ( – 1848) – Find A Grave Memorial.

“M” Townsend buried at the Friends Cemetery (Quaker) in North Lewisburg, Champaign County, Ohio has been identified as Mary Watson Townsend. 

Stories

Bite Size Memoir: Discovery

Sagebrush hid toppled tombstones scattered between pines in the Markleeville Cemetery. It had no road, no worn path of mourners. I discovered it by accident when I was seven, searching a hillside for glittering rocks with crystals. 126 more words

Bite Size Memoir

Woodland Cemetery Series: Matilda Stanley - Queen of the Gypsies

Matilda Stanley holds records. She holds one record for being the person held in Woodland’s receiving vault the longest, one for being the most loved Gypsy queen recorded, and also the only known gypsy funeral to be presided over by an “outsider”, Reverend David Berger. 261 more words

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