/r/CemeteryPorn

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High quality images of cemeteries and graves.

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    Tolkiens grave (not OC)

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    2024/02/12
    18:19 UTC

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    Oakwood Cemetery, Rochester, Minnesota, USA

    2 Comments
    2024/02/12
    17:01 UTC

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    Daisy. Oakwood, Troy NY

    1 Comment
    2024/02/12
    16:18 UTC

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    Rev. Henry Bryant

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    2024/02/12
    16:18 UTC

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    Sevierville, Tennessee

    5 Comments
    2024/02/12
    16:03 UTC

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    Red Hook New York

    1 Comment
    2024/02/12
    15:01 UTC

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    Infant son laid to rest in Hamilton, Ontario

    This grave was by itself in the Hamilton Cemetery outside Dundurn. There were a lot of settlers and British loyalists buried with many of the deaths in the early 1800s. It stood out to me because of the lack of dates for the little one's life.

    4 Comments
    2024/02/12
    12:11 UTC

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    Silent night

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    2024/02/12
    10:56 UTC

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    Wait

    4 Comments
    2024/02/12
    06:27 UTC

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    Graves of Col. Isaac Hayne (1745-81) and family at former Hayne Hall Plantation, Jacksonboro, SC [USA].

    1 Comment
    2024/02/12
    02:42 UTC

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    Taken over Christmas at Missouri Veterans Cemetery, in Bloomfield, Missouri.

    The cemetery had a wreath placing ceremony. If family members were present they got to take part. I found this angle and took a photo of some random headstones.

    This next part may feel a bit rudimentary, but I want to add it for clarity.

    One thing I noticed while I was there. When a spouses are buried together the first decedent is buried deeper than normal, then the last is stacked above. The veteran is the only person who gets an inscription on the face of the marker with the spouse on the back. I have only seen markers where a husband’s engraving is on the front and his wife’s is on the back, but I have never seen a female veteran’s headstone with her civilian husband’s etching on the back. Has anyone seen this? I know it has to exist in many places.

    Thank you for letting me ask here.

    1 Comment
    2024/02/12
    02:04 UTC

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    Came across this one today with note by it

    The note reads “Dad ❤️ I still miss you so much. I wish you were here more than ever! You were my best friend, loved me more than anything. I know you’re watching over your babies and I. Thank you for always making me feel like your world and treating me like a queen. I wish you could see the kids grow, I know the boys would be your little side kicks. And milli…. she would’ve had you wrapped around your finger. She would’ve been the most spoiled little girl in the world! I can’t even imagine. It’s been 9 years today, and still hate living life without you. 9 years later, you still manage to provide and take care of us. I promise to keep making you proud. I’m forever grateful I got to be your baby, and only daughter. I love you daddy! More than life, Porgus.”

    33 Comments
    2024/02/12
    01:51 UTC

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    Edgar Allan Poe

    11 Comments
    2024/02/11
    22:16 UTC

    32

    mt zion, maspeth, queens, ny

    visited mt zion today. truly an incredible place. this is from the triangle shirtwaist factory memorial. i also found the betts family burial ground, which predates the jewish cemetery that surrounds it. will post pics of those headstones at some point as well.

    1 Comment
    2024/02/11
    20:52 UTC

    50

    Brasil

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    2024/02/11
    19:43 UTC

    35

    Big head, little hands

    Found at All Saints church in Great Ayton, UK.

    6 Comments
    2024/02/11
    19:37 UTC

    34

    Holy Cross Cemetery - Waco, Tx

    Jay and Henrietta Tayloor (pronounced tuh-lore). My maternal great-great grandparents. The information listed on their headstone (which is surprisingly quite large considering the era/includes portraits) are the only clues I have about them. Sadly, I have not had much luck finding additional details about their lives.

    0 Comments
    2024/02/11
    19:34 UTC

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    Sarah Johnson

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    2024/02/11
    18:25 UTC

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    1800s plantation cemetery in Eutaw, Alabama

    0 Comments
    2024/02/11
    18:24 UTC

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    Muhammad Ali grave continued

    0 Comments
    2024/02/11
    17:33 UTC

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    Blocher Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, NY

    Full story behind this fascinating work of art is in the comments.

    4 Comments
    2024/02/11
    17:28 UTC

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    Muhammad Ali Grave

    Ali was born Cassius Clay, Jr., in Louisville, Kentucky. He began training as a boxer at the age of 12, and six years later won a gold medal in the 1960s Summer Olympics. A few years later, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali. He only lost five of 61 professional matches. He is buried in Cave Hill, cemetery, in Louisville.

    1 Comment
    2024/02/11
    17:26 UTC

    287

    She's a little famous.

    11 Comments
    2024/02/11
    17:07 UTC

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    Angel

    0 Comments
    2024/02/11
    16:34 UTC

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    Broken gravestone

    in Nottingham, England. Very very old cemetery with an old church no longer in use since a long time I presume.

    2 Comments
    2024/02/11
    16:31 UTC

    1,040

    I kinda love this

    19 Comments
    2024/02/11
    15:47 UTC

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    Very rural little cemetery. Lots of Civil War veterans buried here. I wonder who this unknown person is? Kenduskeag Village Cemetery, Kenduskeag, Maine.

    20 Comments
    2024/02/11
    14:42 UTC

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    Hedd perffaith hedd - peace perfect peace in Welsh. My grandparents grave.

    0 Comments
    2024/02/11
    09:24 UTC

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    My father in laws grave. Ni name just the picture.

    6 Comments
    2024/02/11
    05:22 UTC

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    My brother bought this car when he turned 18 passed at 21 I still have car to this day. My mom put it on headstone.

    13 Comments
    2024/02/11
    03:21 UTC

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