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  1. PNA

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    Check out the date on the plate.....interesting what they wrote.


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    I can't even read that.
     
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    Sorry....how's this???


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    No problem. That's a lot better!
     
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    It's the listing of years, months, and days old she was that's interesting
     
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    Yes, it is. At my grandpa's funeral the pastor did something like that. It was down to hours, maybe even minutes. I'm not sure though.
     
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    Thats cool. Very interesting lookin stone.
    I have come across a lot of the really old stones from the late 1800's that have that year/month/day. Really gets sad when you see stones that say ...months. I recently came across some graves where there must have been an epidemic in the late 1890's, as all the children died in a certain time period. Im trying to find out more about it.
     
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    Hummmm, very interesting, does it appear that only childrens graves had this type of date inscription?

    I did not examine the material, but it seemed to be made of metal. I’m curious enough to return and look closer…..more at eleven.
     
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    theres a section in a cemetery i frequent that has alot of childrens graves like that too Chiller. i dont remember the exact dates, but they are all from the early 1900s. i was told that most of the children that died in that time frame died from polio, but i never looked into it so the person who told me that may be wrong.

    theres quite a few monuments that list their age at the time they died down to the day too. im pretty sure i have a shot or 2 like that. ill have a look and post them later.

    thats a very interesting picture Acsonpg. it looks great in B&W.
     

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