memorial stone


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memorial stone, memorial tablet

A stone or tablet set up, or placed on or in a wall, to commemorate some person or event.
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Coun Hammon said: "As a city promoting peace and reconciliation, it is most fitting that we honour the loss by unveiling and dedicating this memorial stone to remember the five people who sadly lost their lives 76 years ago.
We are extremely thankful for the joint working on this impoartant project for the town of Caernarfon, and I would like to state our gratitude for the memorial stone which is a gift from a funeral director (Iolo) and also to Karen Owen for the thoughtful and apt poem on the memorial.
Melissa's father Harry, 59, a former Huddersfield Magistrate, died seven year ago from a severe infection and his widow Pauline who lives in Crosland Moor goes to the memorial stone every couple of days and there are always plants and fresh flowers on Harry's memorial stone.
To honor his running accomplishments, a proposal recently went to the Alderville Community Trust to establish a memorial stone near his gravesite.
It may be of interest to readers that we have just published Wenvoe at War, which includes a complete list of all the names inscribed on the memorial stone.
Speaking at Ain Saade municipality where he unveiled a renovated memorial stone for the victims of car accident, in presence of caretaker Youths' minister, Ali Abdallah, and other senior municipal heads.
The memorial stone was purchased in 2007 using funds raised in the inaugural tournament in order to commemorate the victims of the Al Dana dhow disaster.
Fujairah A memorial stone was unveiled in Fujairah yesterday for a British airman who died in the eastern emirate during the Second World War.
Jade's two sons by TV presenter Jeff Brazier - Bobby, six, and Freddie, four, her mother Jackiey and even Jack's brother Lewis attended the half-hour service of unveiling of a memorial stone and bench in London.
The ceremony will begin with the dedication of a POW/MIA memorial stone donated by the American Legion Riders, Chapter 311.
Mary's held a special service to dedicate a proper memorial stone (where they are buried) to: Benedict Arnold, Margaret Shippen Arnold and Sophia Matilda Phipps.

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