Tags » Gravestones » Page 2

Under Construction

Welcome to the new location of Trinidad Monument Works.  We proudly serve Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico.  Look for pictures and updates coming soon.  You can reach our caring staff at 719-846-2741.


We Hope to Connect More Information with FlickR

We hope to use FlickR to connect and share more information about the 29th Regiment. Several researchers from the Pomfret area found this interesting grave stone. 195 more words

Public History

East Cemetery: The Death's Head Tombstone

Prior to the sixteenth century’s Protestant Reformation there were few formal burying grounds for those who were not nobles.  The remains of royalty, nobility, and high-ranking clergy members were often entombed in the walls of churches and cathedrals, with the areas closest to the altar being reserved for the most important members of society. 210 more words


St Edmund's Church, Hauxton, Cambridgeshire

Last year we were out exploring, and we realised we had taken a wrong turning, as we turned to go back, I spied this lovely little 12th century church further down the road.   85 more words


C4: Memory and Memorial


A memorial is a structure, object, holiday that has been designed and created to celebrate or remember a person or event. There are various forms of memorials including monuments, landmarks, statues, photographs and public holidays for example. 632 more words


St James Church, Newton-in-the-Isle, with St Mary in the Marsh, Cambridgeshire

Having travelled through the village of Newton-in-the-Isle in north Cambridgeshire for the last seven years, it suddenly occurred to me, where was the church, there must be a church as the village sign displayed one.   342 more words