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Burial Vault With A Stained Glass Door ... Metairie Cemetery ... New Orleans, Louisiana

Burial Vault With A Stained Glass Door . New Orleans, Louisiana

Evergreen Cemetery, Ocala, FL  Burial place of freed and not freed slaves, amazing that this was not so long ago.  These graves show (I hope) what a hard and short life many, many lived.

Evergreen Cemetery, Ocala, FL Burial place of freed and not freed slaves, amazing that this was not so long ago. These graves show (I hope) what a hard and short life many, many lived.

Eleanor Rigby's gravestone -- St Peter's Church, Liverpool, undated [421 x 515]

Eleanor Rigby's gravestone -- St Peter's Church, Liverpool, undated [421 x 515]

Post with 13688 views. Eleanor Rigby's gravestone -- St Peter's Church, Liverpool, undated x

Confederate Grave Marker ... Confederate Cemetery ... Franklin, Tennessee

Confederate Grave Marker ... Confederate Cemetery ... Franklin, Tennessee

Grave Marker- Orovida Camille Pissarro, British painter and etcher. She died in 1968. She is buried with her family at Cimetière du Père Lachaise, in Paris, France. For more go to: http://www.thefuneralsource.org/deathiversary/august/08.html

Grave Marker- Orovida Camille Pissarro, British painter and etcher. She died in 1968. She is buried with her family at Cimetière du Père Lachaise, in Paris, France. For more go to: http://www.thefuneralsource.org/deathiversary/august/08.html

Tomb of Robert Coombes, an oarsman who became the Champion Sculler (rowing) in England from 1846-1852. Highly popular, Coombes went on to train both the Oxford and Cambridge crews for a time and wrote a book on the subject, but later fell on hard times and died in Kent Lunatic Asylum in 1860. His tomb was paid for by friends and features several as statues (vandals have since beheaded them) and a canoe on top. In Brompton Cemetery, London.

Tomb of Robert Coombes, an oarsman who became the Champion Sculler (rowing) in England from 1846-1852. Highly popular, Coombes went on to train both the Oxford and Cambridge crews for a time and wrote a book on the subject, but later fell on hard times and died in Kent Lunatic Asylum in 1860. His tomb was paid for by friends and features several as statues (vandals have since beheaded them) and a canoe on top. In Brompton Cemetery, London.

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