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This grave can be found in Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (January 2007)    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007
This statue can be found in the Holy Spirit Cemetery, Parma, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.    © Carolyn S. Murray 2006
Some of the detail found on the receiving vault in the Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (January 2007)    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007
This monument can be found in the Cleveland Lutheran Cemetery (Pearl Road), Cleveland, Ohio.    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007
This monument can be found in the Cleveland Lutheran Cemetery (Pearl Road), Cleveland, Ohio.    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007  edit
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This stately mausoleum can be found in St. Anthony's Cemetery, Milan, Erie County, Ohio.  It is the final resting place of Valentine Fries and his extended family.  Mr. Fries was a prosperous ship builder in Milan.  He was born in Alsace-Lorraine France in 1826 and immigrated to the United States when he was young.  He died on  April 2, 1900 and his wife Anna arranged for this family mausoleum to be erected in his honor. The Fries family mausoleum, which also features the related family surnames of Roberts and Taylor,  contains nine catacombs, and has cathedral glass in the ceiling. The tomb was build of sandstone by the Smith Monumental Company of Norwalk, Ohio.  It also has bronze doors.  © Carolyn S. Murray 2006
From the graves of Alonzo and Rebekah Carter:  "They Remained - Others Fled."  (January 2007)    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007
This grave can be found in Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. (January 2007)

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This grave can be found in Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  (January 2007)    © Carolyn S. Murray 2007
This grave can be found in Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. (January 2007)

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