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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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Ruhl said he believes his mother is pleased with the statement on her grave marker.
In addition to the grave markers, you will find the formal graveside offerings of flowers, candles, grave blankets and veteran service memorials.
BLACK MAGIC Memorabilia on display and, above, grave marker
Savides pleaded guilty and was found guilty of one count of removing a grave marker, and four counts of receiving stolen property valued at less than $250.
David Morley tells me: "I think he may be buried at Longwood but I am not too sure as I cannot find any grave marker there.
For those veterans who, for a variety of reasons, choose not to be buried in a national or state-run veterans cemetery or request a government grave marker, the U.
One other grave marker will need to be re-sited as it is so close to the footprint of the proposed extension.
Many wanted an ecofriendly grave marker made from plants or trees instead of a traditional headstone.
Akizo Izutani, 74, from Osaka offered a cup of coffee and croissant together with four other family members to the grave marker of his daughter Junko, who died in the accident at the age of 20, and said, ''We are doing fine.
How apropos that the woman who famously said, "A rose is a rose is a rose," has a flower box at her grave marker where visitors are encouraged to plant their floral offerings.
Last but not least, the grave marker doesn't say how much it hurts--like your heart is going to break--because you miss that loved one so much.
The grave marker consisted of a weathered wooden cross positioned at the west end of the grave and held in place by small boulders.