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Grave Stones

Author: Priscilla Masters

Publisher: Allison & Busby

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Category: Fiction

Page: 317

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Jakob Grimshaw has eked out a precarious living as a Staffordshire moorland farmer by selling off some of his land to Gabriel Frankwell, a local businessman, who seized the opportunity to build a select development of nine houses, the Prospect Farm Estate. But having been sold a rural idyll, the residents of the estate quickly realise that they do not like Grimshaw's old farm building - surely such an eyesore will mean their properties will depreciate in value? And so the war begins . . . each inhabitant with his or her own reason for wanting Grimshaw to move away. What none of the residents realise is that the old farmer is neither simple nor honest. When Grimshaw's body is discovered at the foot of his boundary wall, his head crushed by one of the copestones, it is up to DI Joanna Piercy to unravel the events leading up to his death. But Joanna has worries of her own in her personal life and the last thing she needs on her desk is a gruesome murder investigation . . .

Inscriptions on the Grave Stones in the Grave Yards of Northampton and of Other Towns in the Valley of the Connecticut, As Springfield, Amherst, Hadley, Hatfield, Deerfield, and with Brief Annals of Northampton

Author: Thomas Bridgman

Publisher: Heritage Books

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Category: History

Page: 232

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The author took great care to trace and transcribe the gravestone inscriptions included in this book. He recorded entire inscriptions, which typically included the individual's name and date of death but could also include such information as age, date of

Verses for Grave-Stones, in Church-yards: by a Parish Minister. Second edition

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A Record of the Inscriptions on the Tablets and Grave-stones in the Burial-grounds of Christ Church

Author: Edward L. Clark

Publisher: Applewood Books

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Category: History

Page: 696

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Christ Church Philadelphia and its Burial Ground is the final resting place of seven signers of the Declaration of Independence and five signers of the U.S. Constitution, the most famous burial being Benjamin Franklin. Also buried on church grounds are early American leaders, prominent lawyers, medical pioneers, and military heroes. In 1864, Church Warden Edward Clark compiled this book of all visible inscriptions in and around the church and at the 5th Street Burial Ground.

Grave Stones

A Frank Slide Story

Author: Kenneth Robert Roome

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Category: Crowsnest Pass (Alta. and B.C.)

Page: 115

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"'Grave Stones' is historically true, the people were real, the events are real, and the character of the people involved are purely drawn from my life and my imagination." -- Ken Roome, verso cover.

A tract upon tomb-stones; or, suggestions for the consideration of persons intending to set up that kind of monument, by a member of the Lichfield Society for the encouragement of ecclesiastical architecture [signing himself F.E.P.].

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A tract upon tomb-stones; or, Suggestions for the consideration of persons intending to set up that kind of monument to the memory of deceased friends. By a member of the Lichfield Society for the Encouragement of Ecclesiastical Architecture. [The "Advertisement" signed: F. E. P., i.e. Francis Edward Paget.]

Author: Francis Edward Paget

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Grave Stones

Author: Calinda B

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Page: 256

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Revenge is a bloody business... Lassi Finn is a thoroughly modern Dublin girl, and the last thing she wants is to spend any time cleaning out her recently deceased Great-Aunt Roberta's cottage in the obscure village of Ballynagaul-or 'Ballynanowhere, ' as Lassi calls it. Her goal is to throw everything away, get some poor local sod to paint and fix the wiring (because the power is temperamental and the wall phone won't work), and then hire the local real estate agent to flip the cottage and add the proceeds to her cottage-in-Barbados fund. The only flaw in her plan is the wee little inconvenience of three mutilated bodies turning up on three consecutive days, all before her first cup of tea. The motives for the killings are a mystery, but their ferocity leaves no doubt as to the rage in the heart of the killer. Without even trying, and certainly unwillingly, Lassi finds herself not only in the middle of the investigation, but also with a big, blood-red target on her back. Somewhere between trying to fend off the advances of a pub keeper who has hit his sell-by date, dodging a creepy detective who seems to know far too much about her, and avoiding an annoyingly helpful neighbor, Lassi must catch a cold-hearted, cold-blooded killer and resist the growing attraction between herself and a handsome young priest with a secret that could destroy them all.

Memorial Stones

Author: Punathil Kunhabdulla

Publisher: Sahitya Akademi

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Category: Malayalam fiction

Page: 205

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The Story Of This Novel Is Woven Round A Mosque And Its Surroundings. The Author Introduces The Reader To A Burial Ground Where Many Extinguished Lives Have Found Their Lives And Resting Place. The Novelist Resurrects Their Lives And Makes The Characters Re-Enact Their Roles. The Key Figure Is Pukkoyo Thangal Of The Rich Arakkal Family Whose Character Is A Rare Mixture Of Dignity, Benevolence, And Inhuman Lust. The Story Of The Novelist Is Supplemented By Those Of A Horde Of Others Quite Different In Their Nature And Approach To Life And SocietyýCantankerous, Selfish Men, Their Innocent And Salient Victims, Illegitimate Children Of The Wealthy Who Suffer Life Long Humiliation, And Conscientious But Helpless Spectators Of This Drama, Etc.

The Christian Tradition in Anglo-Saxon England

Approaches to Current Scholarship and Teaching

Author: Paul Cavill

Publisher: DS Brewer

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Category: Religion

Page: 207

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Essays exploring a wide array of sources that show the importance of Christian ideas and influences in Anglo-Saxon England.

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