graveyards, gravestones, photography and family
Back when I started this blog, I submitted a post regarding gravestones. It was called “Rock of Ages: Grave Concerns” and it was submitted in segments.
I began writing it many years ago. When finished, it was published by the Alberta Genealogical Society (Edmonton, AB) in their quarterly, RELATIVELY SPEAKING.
It described some materials the graves are made from, and the the various types of damage that befalls many of them. I also included a bit of background regarding social pressures, public health concerns and cemetery maintenance.
And yes, I used the same title for this blog and posted my paper as the first set of posts.
In this post, I submit HOBBES Rock of Ages Grave Concerns for reference purposes. If you find it useful, drop me line.
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