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Sister Act: The Story of Clarissa Terwilliger

by Laura Suchan

I am most definitely a cemetery tourist. No matter where I travel — neighbourhood, city, or country — I want to visit a cemetery. 1,457 more words

Cemetery Essay

We Stand and Watch the World Sail By.

My friend and I went for a Sunday stroll not too far from home, and on the way we passed an old ruin of a church, it’s called… 230 more words

Travel

Marking Fred Gwynne's Unmarked Grave with Flowers

by Sharon Pajka

Fred Gwynne was an American actor who passed just shy of his 67th birthday in 1993. If I played a clip, I’m pretty sure that you would recognize his distinctive bass-baritone voice. 1,440 more words

Cemetery Essay

Belonging in the Cemetery

In many past societies as well as our own, cemeteries are more than places to dispose of unburned bodies and cremated remains. They are far more than places to catalogue the names of the dead through memorials. 419 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Maintaining St John's Churchyard

As some of our long standing volunteers have now stepped back we are looking for people to help with the maintenance of St John’s churchyard. 129 more words

St John's Church

Remembering in a Forgotten Place: the standing gravestones at the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy

 Dr Yvonne Inall, a member of our team working on the Deep Time study recently visited the Medieval village of Wharram Percy. Yvonne examined some very interesting gravestones in the local churchyard and took some great photos: 616 more words

Memorialisation

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My husband’s grandfather came from Cork in Ireland, he was a Stonemason who came to work on a local church, he just never went home. He married a local Cumbrian girl and raised a large family here. 23 more words

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