Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

22/4/2008

Alternatives for the Final Disposition

Not once in the collective 76 years since our parents died have my brother and I visited their graves. Though we loved and admired them both much, neither of us can relate to a plot of ground and a carved stone. We prefer to remember them in more tangible ways. The plants our father nurtured and the sports he taught us, our mother’s down-home cooking and beautiful handicraft. for more click here

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