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Rev. John Graves: death

Washington Evening Star, 30 September 1901, p. 5.

Deaths

Letter Boxes on Tombs

The Minneapolis Journal October 12, 1905

“A small letter-box is attached to the gravestones in many French cemeteries,” said a Parisian.

“It is so that the family of the dead may know who have visited the tomb. 72 more words

THE DEAD OWN THE NIGHT

THE DEAD OWN THE NIGHT

The Dead own the night

until the day breaks and

the shadows flee away.

Martyr's Stone

This monument known as the Martyr’s Stone is set into the north east corner wall of Greyfriar’s Cemetery in Edinburgh.

The tomb was erected in 1706. 364 more words

Graves

Darwin's Sidekick

Cemeteries may seem dismal places; it’s true of course that sad events take place there. However, visits on less traumatic occasions may divulge interesting facts. Many cemeteries are beautiful. 191 more words

Writing And Photography

Easter Angels

I made a visit yesterday to my recently deceased aunt. I unfortunately missed the funeral, so I made a special trip to pay my respects. 67 more words

Photography

London - Highgate Cemetery

Photos from a rainy day, so typical of English winter, that was spent at a burial place of historical significance. Located in North London, this English heritage site attracts visitors, not only for its tranquil environment, but also for the notable people buried here. 60 more words

England