Woman retracts cemetery objection
“I would have hoped that she had respected her ancestors' wishes to remain buried.”
Less than a week before a probate court judge is scheduled to rule on the case, a Colorado woman has withdrawn her objection to the relocation of her ancestors' remains from a private cemetery, leaving others ... via Rutland Herald
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#1 May 21, 2008
What a beautiful cemetery! Such history and nostalgia. If I had the opportunity to live in such a beautiful place, I would teach my children to respect the people who once lived there and not put fear in them. I think the gentleman who wants to move the cemetery has some pretty serious issues. and the latest reason is that if the cemetery isn't moved someone evil may come in the middle of the night and murder him and his family. Murders are comitted by sick individuals not by an attraction to the family plot on the hill. It seems that he is attracting attention to himself. There are also unmarked stones as well as recent burials not just 3 stones involved. How happy will he really be if he wins? time will tell,I guess. Hopefully it will never occur and the remains of those buried there will finally rest in peace.
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