Category Archives: Facebook Cemetery Group

Sister Act: The Story of Clarissa Terwilliger

by Laura Suchan I am most definitely a cemetery tourist. No matter where I travel — neighbourhood, city, or country — I want to visit a cemetery. However, of all the cemeteries I’ve visited around the world, one of my … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: A Tale of 25,000 Tales

by M. Parfitt It’s seven o’clock on a Saturday morning and I’m getting dressed. First, the stockings and shoes. Yep, shoes first. Then the voluminous hoop skirt, 150 inches in circumference, followed by the pillowy little bustle, then the dress … Continue reading

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The Collected Facebook Cemetery Group Interviews

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been interviewing the Administrators and Moderators of some of Facebook’s dozens of cemetery groups.  There seems to be a group for every interest, from lovely photographs to history to cemetery wildlife. In case … Continue reading

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Facebook Groups: The Cemetery Club

The Cemetery Club Administrator: Minda Douglas-Powers https://www.facebook.com/groups/thecemeteryclub/ 1706 members Q: There are a lot of cemetery aficionado groups on Facebook. What sets yours apart? A: From my experience, many of the cemetery groups on Facebook are all about the photos. … Continue reading

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Facebook Groups: Cemetery Scavenger Hunt

Cemetery Scavenger Hunt Administrator: Dorothy Loney https://www.facebook.com/groups/155251581333748/ 147 members Mission Statement: Each Sunday morning, Dorothy posts the Weekly Theme. Members of the group then post as many cemetery photos as they can find fit the theme. Members are encouraged to … Continue reading

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