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Jessops United Methodist Church cemetery, Baltimore County
Mountain view cemetery
The Bowman stone is the familiar tree trunk, shorter in this case, ivy surrounding the trunk, and a broken branch with a dove perched on it. The girl was only 15 years old.    A tree trunk represents brevity of life, the dove for love, purity, peace, resurrection and the Holy Spirit.  Cemetery NW of Savannah, Missouri Nov. 3, 2001
Hope Abbey is designed in the Egyptian Revival style.  It is said to be the finest building in that style in Oregon.
Eugene Masonic Cemetery, April 25, 2009.
Eugene Masonic Cemetery, April 25, 2009.  Dogwood were blooming.
Eugene Masonic Cemetery, April 25, 2009.  The grave of Eugene Skinner, for whom the city of Eugene is named.
"Asleep in Jesus, time nor space/Affect this blissful hiding place./On indian plains or upland snows,/Believers find the same repose."--This little verse is so appropriate to the location that one imagines it to have been penned by some local poet for just this application.
The always-poignant Victorian "farewell."
The DeLoss stone has an angel playing the harp.  Angels represent rebirth, resurrecton, protection, wisdom, mercy and afterlife in heaven.  The harp symbolizes hope, harmony with the universe and ascent to higher things.  Cemetery NW of Savannah, Missouri Nov. 3, 2001

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