Cemetery Lovers
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Cemetery Lovers: Southern Adventures

Last year at this time, we were suffering from the cold, snow, wind and lack of sunshine that winter brings and were eagerly awaiting spring. We thought, how lucky those snowbirds are that go off to … more

Cemetery Lovers: The Welsh of Remsen

One day we decided to take a ride through the beautiful Adirondack Mountain region to see the snow-covered mountains and lakes. As we were traveling north of Utica on Route 12, we passed Remsen and … more

Cemetery Lovers: Gravestone Symbolism

For those who are accustomed to visiting local cemeteries, a trip to New England’s oldest burying grounds will reveal some remarkable surprises. You will see eerie death’s heads - winged … more

White Bronze Monuments

Have you ever noticed a bluish-gray cemetery monument? You think “It’s probably granite” but as you get closer, you know it is something else. The date is most likely prior to 1915 … more

Fancy D Revealed?

We spend much of our time visiting and working in cemeteries and we like to study and research the early sandstone gravestone carvers that plied their trade from about 1800-1845. This can be a … more

Cemetery Signage

For ten years, we have explored cemeteries all over New York state. It always saddens us to find an old cemetery without a sign leaving us to wonder what name it had. We decided to do something … more

Sidney’s Pioneer Cemetery

In the town of Sidney you will find, nestled between the library and the Susquehanna River, a little spot called the Pioneer Cemetery. Tina has been drawn to this quiet setting since she worked … more

Wakeman Cemetery

The year is 1808. Eliphalet Wakeman has just signed a deed purchasing 150 acres. The land was part of Lot 61 of the Walton Patent along Third Brook, northwest of Walton. This was to become the … more
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