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One can tell the morals of a culture by the way they treat their dead.
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Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby Co., TN
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Ford Cemetery, Appleton, Pope Co., AR
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Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR
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St. Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR
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Crooked Bayou Cemetery, McGehee, Desha Co., AR
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Pinecrest Cemetery, Bryant, Saline Co., AR
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Rockport Cemetery, Malvern, Hot Spring Co., AR
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Old Baptist Cemetery, Center Valley, Pope Co., AR
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Collegeville Cemetery, Bryant, Saline Co., AR
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Oakland Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR
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Date: 2012-10-08 12:04 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
I think I like the handmade ones the best. Money shouldn't prevent you from preserving the memory of a loved one. This past summer, I found the handmade cross made for "Baby June" had been broken into pieces and placed on her parents stone. I hope we can get it fixed. June died of diptheria at age 5, and I wrote about her in a post.

Margel

Date: 2012-10-09 12:13 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] captain_catgut
The one with the wee lad's marbles stuck into the cement is just heartbreaking.

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