headstone

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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 inscriptions on, and conditions of, the grave stones are varied.
The new grave stone was completed this weekend ahead of a bash in Ollie's memory this Tuesday - the first anniversary of his death.
Please put PS10 in hat collection for Grave Stone for Alex Young, 92-Year-Old Man and Six Month Old Child.
The adverts with the mam who was choosing her grave stone with her kids because she had lung cancer got me.
A few weeks ago, members of the terror group smashed his son's grave stone and police told Mr McCord his own life is in danger.
Her smart flat white marble grave stone reads: ''Dearly loved wife and mother Jean Dando passed away January 7, 1986, aged 58 years.
I don't like the word, it sounds like a eulogy, something that's written on your grave stone," the artist says.
HE was the dedicated fan who got a North East goalkeeper recognition in the sporting hall of fame and a grave stone on his unmarked burial spot.
Every weekend my dad would take flowers to my mother's grave and after he'd put them in the vase he would sit for a while on her grave stone.
The black marble grave stone, covering the entrance to the vault, has been removed and is being inscribed by stone masons with the legend "Queen Elizabeth 1900-2002".
She added that after a fact-finding mission in America they are also extending their range of props including a huge grave stone and large rats and spiders for anyone wanting to host a realistic Halloween party.
A click-through image on the site - founded by a US college student as a project in 1999 - showed a scrawled grave stone, the company's cat head logo with x'd out eyes and the comment 'Ded Kitty'.