Metal Headstone Saddle

This metal saddle has rubber tipped edges to protect and anchor it and can be bent to fit over a headstone on site. Measures 12.5" long x 11" wide x 6" tall.

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The New Urban Cemetery
The idea that each of us would get our own little slice of a vast green lawn is an idea that didn't fully take hold in the United States until the early 1800s. Others have proposed vertical cemeteries—rather than having bodies lay on their back, these would have them slotted into the ground feet first. Published: 9/9/2014

Old cemetery gets notice
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Remains of 14 veterans from as far back as WWI going to Dayton VA
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Last Modified: 9/17/2014