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11-06-2020, 07:23 PM   #346
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Field of Honour, Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary - July 2020

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Natchez, MS. One of the most incredible cemeteries.
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St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Deal Island, MD



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This thread was a great idea. Kudos. I find some cemeteries have amazing beauty and history. I know some people find them creepy but not me. Looking at graves from the 1800's of European Jews who came and settled in the south, particularly Natchez, MS is fascinating to me.
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We visited the American cemetary in Normandy some years ago. All those young lives...

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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
We visited the American cemetary in Normandy some years ago. All those young lives...
I visited the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Hawaii with my parents when I was 18 years old. It really hit me when I realized that so many of the markers were for people who would have been so near my age when they died.

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Natchez, MS cemetery. Incredible stained glass shot through metal gate.

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Benjamin Rappaport here left Austria 1879 to immigrate to Natchez, MS. Died 1903. Fascinating cemetery with large Jewish area comprised of Austrian and Bavarian Jews who came to Natchez, MS in the latter 1800's and early 1900's. Can't imagine the hardship of creating a new life in a strange faraway land. This is a must see if ever in MS. Today we moan if the cable goes out.

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He was quite the character this suits him
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He was quite the character this suits him
Storming through the pearly gates on horseback brandishing a sword would make quite an entrance!
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A few from St Tudno's cemetery on the Great Orme, LLandudno.





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Boxes filled with ashes of people murdered by Germans in Concentration Camp Sztutowo (Konzentrationslager Stutthof). Dunno if it counts as graveyard.

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