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Ausman H Fjelsted

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unknown child grave marker, anyone know what the coins on top of the stone are about?

unknown child grave marker, anyone know what the coins on top of the stone are…

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Restored headstone of Scipio Africanus, churchyard of St Mary's in Bristol, England.

Grave of a teenage servant/slave, Scipio Africanus. NOTE: the occasional "y" that's inscribed on the stone stands for "ye," which in England of old simply meant "the." Substitute the word "the" for the "y" and the engraving will make more sense.

Ma Dyed. A sad little gravestone I found in Old Deerfield, Mass.

The "MA" are likely the initials of the deceased buried here in Old Deerfield Burying Ground, sometimes called the Old Albany Cemetery, Massachusetts

Cemetery photos are great in genealogy, but only if you get the right ones. Here are 5 photos you should take every time you go to the cemetery.

5 Photos You Should Take at the Cemetery

Cemetery photos are great in genealogy, but only if you get the right ones. Here are 5 photos you should take every time you go to the cemetery. Check out the comments to this posting - helpful.

Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials, add 'virtual flowers' and a note to a loved one's grave, etc. (Click on Search 92 million grave records) up comes a Search window.

Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials, add 'virtual flowers' and a note to a loved one's grave, and the best Memorial Site for genealogy

Vivian Mae Allison (1894-1899) is buried in the Connersville City Cemetery in Connersville, Indiana. Inside is tiny dolls and furniture, and on the roof sits tokens from recent visitors.

The dollhouse grave marker of Vivian Mae Allison in the Connersville City Cemetery in Connersville, Indiana. I have always loved this headstone and I have often wondered about the story behind it.

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