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Calverton National Cemetery – Tombstone Tuesdays August 11, 2020

Seems WordPress ignored my title change to this post even though it supposedly saved it. Let’s hope this title change sticks. I mentioned the 7 largest cemeteries on a previous Tombstone Tuesdays – The 7 Largest Cemeteries in the World … Continue reading

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Rescuing Abandoned Cemeteries — BillionGraves Blog August 10, 2020

Warning: rescuing abandoned cemeteries can be addictive. Barry Russell, a retired engineer for Verizon and current BillionGraves volunteer, was born and raised on Long Island, New York. And although he has had a life-long love for graveyards, Russell never suspected … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery – Tombstone Tuesdays August 4, 2020

I mentioned the 7 largest cemeteries on a previous Tombstone Tuesdays – The 7 Largest Cemeteries in the World — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 16, 2020, so I decided to see what I could find on each of … Continue reading

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Customer Loyalty – July 30, 2020

Update: I forgot to add another link – https://susiesopinions.blog/2020/07/29/my-medicare-h-m-o-sent-me-a-face-mask/. I consider this a great example of customer loyalty. I also thought it was nice the company contacted her about the post. I have talked about the lack of customer loyalty … Continue reading

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Ohlsdorf Cemetery Hamburg, Germany – Tombstone Tuesdays July 28, 2020

I mentioned the 7 largest cemeteries on a previous Tombstone Tuesdays – The 7 Largest Cemeteries in the World — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 16, 2020, so I decided to see what I could find on each of … Continue reading

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Three Amazing Cemeteries — BillionGraves Blog July 27, 2020

These three amazing cemeteries are not only the final resting place for almost a million people, they are fascinating places to visit. Cemeteries around the world are gaining popularity as tourist attractions and destination points. In recognition of this, many … Continue reading

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Visiting Cemeteries to Preserve Family History – MyHeritage July 22, 2020

As I am in the middle of a Tombstone Tuesdays project that will last a few more weeks, I decided to share this outside of my regular posting schedule – Visiting Cemeteries to Preserve Family History: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/07/visiting-cemeteries-to-preserve-family-history/. by Daniel Horowitz … Continue reading

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Rookwood Cemetery, Sydney, New South Wales Australia – Tombstone Tuesdays July 21, 2020

I mentioned the 7 largest cemeteries on a previous Tombstone Tuesdays – The 7 Largest Cemeteries in the World — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 16, 2020, so I decided to see what I could find on each of … Continue reading

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Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio – Tombstone Tuesdays July 14, 2020

I mentioned the 7 largest cemeteries on a previous Tombstone Tuesdays – The 7 Largest Cemeteries in the World — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 16, 2020, so I decided to see what I could find on each of … Continue reading

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Compassion at the Cemetery — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 30, 2020

Many BillionGraves volunteers show compassion at the cemetery by their acts of service, whether they are taking photos, helping to tend graves, or looking out for those who may be grieving. This blog post shares the experiences of three special … Continue reading

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