Examples of headstone in a Sentence
many of the headstones were for children who had died during the influenza epidemic
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Inmates dig the graves, mow the grass, and fashion the headstones.
Notable headstones include political novelist Stefan Heym and Impressionist painter Lesser Ury.
Each year, Mike thinks up a funny rhyme to put on a headstone about how a certain person died.
Although some headstones date from the time of the war, most were inscribed afterwards.
Larger headstones required a crane for lifting and replacing.
On loan from the Musée de Cluny in Paris, the headstone was reportedly found in the 19th century at a Parisian grocery store where it was being used as a chopping board.
But there are no remains in this graveyard -- just clumps of grass stolen from opponents' fields and then buried beneath headstones.
Decatur Cemetery’s oldest headstone dates to 1827 and Vogel has an extensive knowledge of thems, including their enduring mysteries and recent renovations.
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