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Sematary
... of deceased people are buried or are otherwise interred ... The intact or cremated remains of deceased people may be interred ... The remains may be interred in a grave, commonly referred to as burial, or may be interred in a tomb, an "above-ground grave" (resembling a sarcophagus), a mausoleum ...
Carnton During The Civil War - Deterioration of The Graves – 1865 Through April 1866
... as an area for the Confederate dead to be re-interred ... of Franklin raised the funding and the soldiers were exhumed and re-interred in the Mcgavock Confederate Cemetery for the sum of $5.00 per soldier ... He is the only civilian interred there ...
Quantico National Cemetery - Notable Burials
... He was interred on April 1, 1987, Section 1, Grave 6422 ... Walt, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps from 1968-1971 interred in Section 17 Grave 51-B, with his wife Nancy, an Army Nurse during WWII, who died on 16 April 2000 and is interred in ... the memorial section until his body was repatriated interred on 30 December 1991 Section 23, Grave 141 ...
Tetford - Church
... Interred March 5th 1749 also John Dymoke Gent, nephew of the above ... Interred July 23rd ... Jane Dymoke his wife, Interred July 27th ...
St. Patrick's Cathedral (New York) - Burials and Funeral Masses
... The eight past deceased Archbishops of New York John Hughes (interred 1883) John McCloskey (interred 1885) Michael Corrigan (interred 1902) John Murphy Farley (interred 1918) Patrick Joseph Hayes (inter ... Lavelle (Cathedral Rector and Vicar General interred 1939) Joseph F ... Flannelly (Auxiliary Bishop, 1948–1969 interred 1973) Fulton J ...

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    The evil that men do lives after them;
    The good is oft interred with their bones.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)