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paying our respects, whether we knew them or not, take a moment to think on who these people were, what was their life like and pray that they are at peace <3

paying our respects, whether we knew them or not, take a moment to think on who these people were, what was their life like and pray that they are at peace <3

The oldest monument in the nation's first pet cemetery was erected for "Dotty" in 1899

The oldest monument in the nation's first pet cemetery was erected for "Dotty" in 1899

There's something that fascinates me about abandoned and forgotten cemeteries.  Who are you, where are your descendents, and why has it come to this?

There's something that fascinates me about abandoned and forgotten cemeteries. Who are you, where are your descendents, and why has it come to this?

This picture isn't very great, but I'm dying to see Pere Lachaise in Paris. One of the most beautiful looking cemeteries I've ever seen.

This picture isn't very great, but I'm dying to see Pere Lachaise in Paris. One of the most beautiful looking cemeteries I've ever seen.

A photo of a very old headstone that I took in Oswego N.Y.

A photo of a very old headstone that I took in Oswego N.Y.

Headstone of Clifton E. Ackley - The angels called him.  Old City Cemetery, Sacramento, CA

Headstone of Clifton E. Ackley - The angels called him. Old City Cemetery, Sacramento, CA

Bow Cemetery, one of the “Magnificent Seven” created by act of Parliament in 1832 as the growing population of London overcrowded the small parish churchyards. Extending to twenty-seven acres and planned on an industrial scale, “The City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery” as it was formally called, opened in 1841 and within the first half century alone around a quarter of a million were buried here.  Spitalfields Life

Bow Cemetery, one of the “Magnificent Seven” created by act of Parliament in 1832 as the growing population of London overcrowded the small parish churchyards. Extending to twenty-seven acres and planned on an industrial scale, “The City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery” as it was formally called, opened in 1841 and within the first half century alone around a quarter of a million were buried here. Spitalfields Life

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