graveyards, gravestones, photography and family
I was only 12years-old when she died.
Emily was “Gramma Rabbit,” the first Graveyard Rabbit, who took me through the local cemeteries to tend to the flowers by the graves of her parents, her in-laws, one of her sons and her husband – my grandfather, Papa John (1902-1939).
She is buried with Papa John, and her sons, Harry (1930-1930) and Daniel (1937-2003), but the stone still does not acknowledge her or Daniel.
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