About Cemeteries

Cemeteries offer a wide range of services including burial plots and mausoleums for burial. Many cemeteries have options for cremated remains as well and allow you to bury urns in the ground, place them in the niche of a Columbarium, or even scatter them in a scattering garden. If you are environmentally inclined, green burial grounds or natural burial preserves offer the most eco-friendly burial and scattering options.

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Articles About Cemeteries

A Brief History of ...

A Brief History of Caskets
Caskets are a common purchase that many families make when planning a loved one’s burial. So where did caskets originate, and how did they become so popular?  What is a Casket? A casket is an enclosed burial vessel for human remains. While the terms “coffin” and “casket” have sometimes been ...
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What You Need to ...

What You Need to Know Before Buying a Gravestone
Immortalizing your loved one in an elegant and beautiful headstone—or even a monument—may be one of your top priorities, but you’ll want to be careful about which headstone, grave marker, or monument you commission. Many cemeteries regulate what kinds of headstones they will install on their property, so the preliminary ...
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Funerals of the Future: ...

Funerals of the Future: Space Burials, Greener Cremations, and… Human Composting?
Nothing is impervious to change, including the way we bury and memorialize the dead. Factors such as our society’s increasing emphasis on sustainability and the rise of the digital age have led to significant changes in funerals, burials, and cremations. Here are some recent developments that could shape the trends ...
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Your Guide to Home ...

Your Guide to Home Burials
What is a home burial? A home burial is the burial of the deceased on private property often located in rural areas. Home burials offer a hands-on approach to caring for your loved one post death. It is also one of the most economical ways to bury a loved one since ...
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