It speaks of sunken eyes, and wasted cheeks, And Beauty long deceased -- remembers me Of Joy departed -- Hope, the Seraph Hope, Inurned
and entombed: -- now, in a tone Low, sad, and solemn, but most audible, Whispers of early grave untimely yawning For ruined maid.
Cremated remains have been inurned
in unusual places, including in a reef along the Florida coast, or in satellites orbiting the Earth, the Musgrove brothers said.
Mom's ashes were inurned
in a columbarium four months after her death.
7, Elaine Danforth Harmon's ashes were inurned
at Arlington National Cemetery.
The WASP Arlington Inurnment Restoration Act would overturn former Army Secretary John McHugh's decision earlier this year to not allow the Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs, to be inurned
at the storied cemetery.
Following cremation, she will be inurned
with her parents at Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester.
1, 2012, and he was inurned
next to his wife at the Naval Academy Columbarium in Annapolis, Md.
Any honorably discharged veteran, spouse, and dependent children may be inurned
in the same family niche.
On Saturday, his family inurned
his ashes at Alpine Cemetery in Monroe.
Boryczewski requested that his ashes be inurned
at San Joaquin National Cemetery.
CDR Emery was inurned
at the Naval Academy Columbarium on May 3, 2006, with full military honors.
The couple was inurned
at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene.