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headstone

The principal stone in a foundation, as the cornerstone of a building or the keystone of an arch.
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The grave marker business has evolved from the days when sculptors chiseled at marble and stone to create artworks.
DUDLEY -- A 57-year-old Webster man found with about two dozen veterans' grave markers taken from St.
The medallion, depicting a three-dimensional folded flag surrounded by a laurel wreath with the veteran's branch of service beneath, comes in three dimensions designed to fit on various-sized headstones, grave markers and columbarium or mausoleum niche covers.
The intention is to remove those grave markers that have been identified as untended and of no historic or architectural interest.
Southwest of the coastal town of Larache on the cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean sits this impossible-to-miss Spanish-Christian cemetery filled entirely with white sun-washed grave markers.
But now, says Jones, "Cattails are the grave marker of a dying ecosystem.
IN response to a letter from Jim Devlin of Buckinghamshire regarding the lack of a grave marker for Dahlia at Diamond A.
Grave marker coverage has been expanded to include mausoleums, and the tree-removal coverage now includes fallen trees that block driveways or handicapped-access ways, even if the fallen trees did not damage covered property.
Kusunoki, a 75-year-old now living in Nemuro, eastern Hokkaido, made a three-day visit to Kunashiri from July 3 and asked inhabitants for permission to erect a grave marker on a hill where his grandfather Saburobe's remains were buried.
12) A photo of the original grave marker for Sergeant McGee is held by the Australian War Memorial.
The medallion is a device furnished in lieu of a traditional Government headstone or grave marker for Veterans whose death occurred on or after Nov.
The 3,000-pound granite monument in Lowell's Edson Cemetery sits near the Beat generation writer's nondescript grave marker flush with the ground, which has become one of the city's most visited attractions.