emily jane brontë (30 July 1818 – 19 December 1848) grave plaque in Haworth (by davekpcv, via Flickr)

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This stone has been especially painted as a memorial marker for your beloved pet. It features a black cross with sky blue wings, a paw print on top of

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This inscribed marble slab reads "Here were brought the bones of Uzziah, king of Judah. Not to be opened." King Uzziah was an Israelite who is referred to in the Biblical books of 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles. He lived in the 8th century BC, and his remains were reburied in Jerusalem at the site of this grave marker in approximately the 1st century AD. The artifact is about 14 inches tall and the language is Aramaic. Discovered in 1931 in a monastery in Jerusalem, it is now located in the…

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Burial: Golders Green Crematorium Golders Green Greater London, England Plot: His ashes are buried under a rosebush, plot #39802. The rosebed is located at the far end of the crematorium complex, next to the Chapel of Memory columbarium.

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