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Cemetery in Kentucky. http://www.thefuneralsource.org/cemky.html

Cemetery in Kentucky. Headstone shaped like a house and reads "Now Go Away and Leave Me Alone"

Dorothy Ann Whitaker's gravestone - photo from Find A Grave;  Dorothy is buried in Elwood Cemetery in Memphis, TN.  After some research in the census, it has been decided that she may have been the sister of Gus Whitaker (1905-1986) and wanted her age kept a secret.

Dorothy Ann Whitaker's gravestone - photo from Find A Grave; Dorothy is buried in Elwood Cemetery in Memphis, TN. After some research in the census, it has been decided that she may have been the sister of Gus Whitaker and wanted her age kept a secret.

Built by Stone Mason John Keating at the deaths of his two children and niece who died between 1868 and 1878, it included furniture scaled to size.

Built by stone mason John Keating at the deaths of his two children Mary Julia & Eddie and niece Mary Agnes Keating who died between 1868 and it included furniture scaled to size. Saint Joseph New Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Raggedy Ann Gravestone in Elwood Cemetery Madison County  Indiana. I have an obsession with raggedy Anne...not that I'm planning on dying but this is too cute

Raggedy Ann Gravestone in Elwood Cemetery Madison County Indiana. I would love a tombstone like this~

MAGNOLIA CEMETERY in CHARLESTON

Roaslie Raymond White - Infant Daughter of Blake. and Rosalie Raymond White - Born: January 1882 - Died: September 1882 - Magnolia Cemetery - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA

Unusual Gravestones ~ Ғасєвффк Әят

Unusual Gravestones ~ Ғасєвффк Әят, be interesting to hear the story behind this one

Grace Sherwood Allen died in 1880, at 4 years old. Her distraught parents commissioned Sydney H. Morse to execute this life size marble statue.  Someone has thoughtfully left her a lollipop..

The Girl in The Glass - GRACE SHERWOOD ALLEN died in at 4 years old. Her distraught parents commissioned Sydney H. Morse to execute this life size marble statue. Someone has thoughtfully left her a lollipop.

TFS Tombstone Photo- The Bryan Huff Marker (1/2) at the SS Peter  Paul Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio (c) The Funeral Source, photo: Ken Naegele

TFS Tombstone Photo- The Bryan Huff Marker at the SS Peter Paul Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio (c) The Funeral Source, photo: Ken Naegele

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