A team of Guardians lined one road on the small country cemetery while a team of vamps lined the opposite road.
He slapped the White God on the arm and moved towards the two figures, holding his arms out to the side of his body to keep the vamps across the cemetery from blasting him.
He hit a comfortable pace and stayed there as he peddled past the cemetery and the open meadows where a herd of elk grazed near the river to his left, standing at attention near the edge of the tall cottonwoods that lined the bank.
But old Adolph could rest in peace beneath the crabgrass in Pine Grove Cemetery, content in the knowledge that his handiwork had held up well while more than quadrupling in value.
If he were in a grave—in a cemetery somewhere—I could go there and put flowers on it.
The queen wished to bury him at the feet of the Swedish kings, and to raise a costly mausoleum in his honour; but these plans were overruled, and a plain monument in the Catholic cemetery was all that marked the place of his rest.
Of these St Matthias in the south, now represented by a 12th-century building, has a Christian cemetery of the Roman age.
The state fair grounds of 115 acres adjoin the city, and there is also a beautiful cemetery of 220 acres.
"Druce," on the other hand, was supposed to have died in 1864 and been interred in Highgate cemetery, his will bequeathing over £70,000 in personal estate.
In Hollywood Cemetery (dedicated in 1849) are the graves of many famous men, including presidents James Monroe and John Tyler; Jefferson Davis, John Randolph of Roanoke, the Confederate generals, A.
In the post cemetery is the grave of General Zebulon M.
In the vicinity is the Grove Street Cemetery, in which are the graves of many famous Americans.
An extensive Etruscan necropolis, too, was discovered on the site of the modern cemetery (A.
The earliest dated inscription from the cemetery of S.
2) to the number of four or five (in one part of the cemetery of St Calixtus 1 Hieron., Comment.
She has never been told anything about death or the burial of the body, and yet on entering the cemetery for the first time in her life, with her mother and me, to look at some flowers, she laid her hand on our eyes and repeatedly spelled "cry--cry."
In the account of Helen last year it was stated that she knew nothing about death, or the burial of the body; yet on entering a cemetery for the first time in her life, she showed signs of emotion--her eyes actually filling with tears.
Some time after the visit to the cemetery before referred to, Helen became interested in a horse that had met with an accident by which one of his legs had been badly injured, and she went daily with me to visit him.
On her return to the house after her visit to the cemetery, she ran to the closet where these toys were kept, and carried them to my friend, saying, "They are poor little Florence's."