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Julia Olivia Morrison (1867 - 1870) Julia was the infant daughter of Mrs. J.L.D. Morrison--nee Adele Sarpy, a descentant of Madame Chouteau & August Chouteau, the founder of the city of St. Louis. Throughout the years following the death of her children, Mrs. Morrison regularly changed the toys with the season. In winter, she built shelters over the graves.

This MAUSOLEUM belongs to Madge Ward who was a piano teacher in Tyler, Texas. It is a one of a kind at Rose Hill Cemetery in Tyler.

Nürnberg, Germany...this cemetery has a history of about 1000 years!

I'm literally crying.

Concordia Cemetery/El Paso Boot hill

cool gravestones

Unusual Tree Grave

Made by Dad…Lego headstone

~I would like to know more about this monument....it's one of my favorites.

Chicago's Calvary Cemetery

Referred to by cemetery personal as "Chunkie", this statue appears atop a monument at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio. The cemetery's staff claims that it is the most frequently visited grave in the entire cemetery. Coins, flowers, and small toys are often placed at her feet as an offering.

Loved His Blackberry a little too much.

Amazing modern drumset monument headstone for a drummer or musician.

Granite BMW Car Monument, Manor Park cemetery in London

Grave Marker- Chief Quoqua - Wyandott Indian -Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery - Flat Rock, Michigan.

Headstone. Pere Lachaise, Paris

Elmwood Cemetery, #Memphis Tennessee

THE MONUMENT OF AN ANONYMOUS PASSERBY, WROCLAW, POLAND This statue signifies all of the souls lost, imprisoned, or otherwise harmed by the oppressive Communist regime that existed in Poland for many years.

memorial to the executed children of lidice - donald judge

A little creepy that there are that many graves. :0 :)

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FRANCESCA WOODMAN www.widewalls.ch/... #photography

cemetery art | Angels/Cemetery Art / .

Mary Kelly aka Marie Jeanette Kelly Close up shot of the grave of Jack The Ripper's final victim, Marie Jeanette Kelly. She was the youngest of the five victims and it was said she was the most attractive. Murdered in her small room in Miller's Court on Dorset Street 9 November 1888. The small picture on the left is an artist's rendition of what Mary may have looked like.