What this web site is about.
I have always had a fascination with cemeteries. It's not about death, but how the headstones and monuments record our history. Over time I have noticed some memorials that stand out from the usual grave markers. Here I share them with you.
Crowded grave area
Looks like the family wanted many Angels watching over their boy.
I don't think I've ever met a Vernice before. It appears he died in World War 2.
Sounds like a popular guy
Seen in Hubbard, TX.
I saw this cool little metal sculpture next to a grave in central Texas. There was no explanation near it, but it was obviously placed there deliberately.
I am always saddened by a child grave, but this one caught me off-guard.
Texas Ranger Marker
Texas Ranger Graves have a special marker added to them. This one is for A. (Ahijah) W. Grimes, a Ranger killed in the line of duty in Round Rock, TX.