Grave Site

Some articles on grave, grave site, sites, site:

John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame - Development of A Permanent Gravesite
... John Carl Warnecke, a friend of the Kennedys', visited the grave with Mrs ... Warnecke immediately concluded that the permanent grave must be simple and must incorporate the eternal flame ... submit the design for the permanent Kennedy grave site to the U.S ...
Sematary - Cemetery Types - Natural Cemeteries
... because of the rapid decomposition of a natural burial, in principle the re-use of the grave site can occur earlier than in other conventional burials, which would improve the efficiency of land use ... accept the early re-use of natural burial sites, given the general community dislike of re-use of any kind of grave ... the lack of orderly burials is the need for highly accurate surveying of the grave site for effective cemetery management, to prevent the accidental re-use of a ...
Free Frank Mc Worter Grave Site
... The Free Frank McWorter Grave Site, near the Pike County, Illinois city of Barry, is the grave site of former slave Frank McWorter ... The New Philadelphia Town Site, abandoned by the early 20th century, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2009 for its history and archaeological resources ... McWorter's grave site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988 ...
Vinnytsia Massacre - See Also
... List of massacres in the Soviet Union Bykivnia another mass grave site near Kiev Dem'ianiv Laz, a mass grave site near Ivano-Frankivsk KatyƄ Massacre ...
Jim Morrison - Death - Grave Site
... The grave had no official marker until French officials placed a shield over it, which was stolen in 1973 ... The site previous to the 1973 theft (pictured, right) was covered with shells and letters ... Morrison and a new gravestone with Morrison's name at the grave to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his death the bust was defaced through the years by cemetery vandals and ...

Famous quotes containing the words site and/or grave:

    That is a pathetic inquiry among travelers and geographers after the site of ancient Troy. It is not near where they think it is. When a thing is decayed and gone, how indistinct must be the place it occupied!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    A woman would rather visit her own grave than the place where she has been young and beautiful after she is aged and ugly.
    Corra May Harris (1869–1935)