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- n. Alternative spelling of grave marker.
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One gravemarker that she found was commissioned by a wife for her deceased husband.
I gave him the traditional gravemarker: a cross made with two toothpicks, on which the crossbeam is held in place by wrapping the thread around the intersection of the toothpicks.
My wife passed away late last year (yeah crap happens in life, ...) and since spring/summer is nearly here I will be in the market for a headstone/gravemarker/memorial
Next to it was a gravemarker for Mary, "but nothing there," he said.
Norworth recently got a new gravemarker, but cemetery rules says no changes could be made without approval from his family.
NEIGHBOR: Son who beat 81-year-old mother smashed family cat's gravemarker Oct. 12
The entire Canadian delegation will also attend a rededication ceremony for Lance-Sergeant John Aubrey Matthew of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment whose gravemarker will no longer read "a soldier of the 1939-1945 war," but will now bear his name.
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