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Saddle Mount for Plants & Florals - 6", 8", or 9" width
Saddle Mount for Plants & Florals - 6", 8", or 9" width
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Saddle Tite with Stainless Steel Screws
Saddle Tite with Stainless Steel Screws
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Metal Headstone Saddle
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16'' Headstone Saddle
16'' Headstone Saddle
16'' Headstone Saddle
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Congressional Cemetery caretakers breathe life into historic D.C. graveyard
Over the past two years, Paul Williams has learned a thing or two about throwing a party in a cemetery. For one, serving alcohol is fine, but no one should get falling-down drunk. There are too many tombstones to trip over. Since the historic preservationist was hired as president of ... Published: 10/24/2014

Burlco cemetery making room for more veterans
The gently rolling land at Brig. Gen. William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery is usually a quiet, contemplative place. Flags flap in the breeze, visitors kneel at graves with flowers, and a line of cars heads to graveside services. Published: 10/20/2014

Life and Religion
The McCoy Slave Cemetery is one of three existing slave cemeteries in Mecklenburg County. It is currently under the care and trust of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Published: 10/18/2014

Grave appeal of Sandgate cemetery
Oct. 25, 2014, 7 a.m. SHE doesn’t worship Satan and doesn’t consider herself a goth, but Waratah resident Kelly-Rae Shirlaw has been hanging out in cemeteries at night since she was a teen. Published: 10/24/2014

Congressional Cemetery: A place for all souls
The cemetery invites neighbors to gather, learn, exervise and play (and walk their dogs, too). Published: 10/22/2014

Cemetery research to give clues for project
THE MYSTERIES of a Redditch cemetery are set to be revealed as part of new research project. Birmingham University student Andrew Wedgbury is planning to map out and document the history of Plymouth Road Cemetery as part of his studies for a masters in research in archaeology. Published: 10/23/2014

Cemetery Group Hosts 'Murder, Mayhem and Misadventure' Tour
Halloween is just around the corner, so it's time to get a little spooky. Save Austin's Cemeteries is hosting a historical tour this weekend. Our Jess Mitchell took a stroll through Oakwood Cemetery this morning. Published: 10/21/2014

Last Modified: 10/25/2014