Inscriptions may have a special or personal meaning to the family
Inscriptions are an individual’s way to convey a lasting memory of someone special to them. When choosing an inscription for a monument it is best to remember something that will always remind you of the person being remembered. A favorite saying, a poem, scripture or a nickname reflects the very character of the individual.
1. “His life was gentle; and the elements so mixed in Him that nature might stand up
and say to all the world, this was a man” Shakespeare
2. “ O how beautiful was life to me”
3. …and if thou wilt, remember, and if thou wilt, forget
4. …And let there be no sorrow; for remember when the sun goes down,
it returns with a bright tomorrow. So, a toast to the future…
5. …Death be not proud
6. …In my beginning is my end, In my end is my beginning
7. A beloved soul of great pride and dignity
8. A day of duty done, a night of rest begun
9. A friend to many and sadly missed
10. A good and kind heart is the best of all qualities
11. A kind and faithful man, understanding, devoted to his family, respected by his friends
12. A life full of years with understanding
13. A loving mother and a faithful friend
14. A man of rare understanding and generous heart
15. A memory to be forever with us
16. A righteous woman remembered for a blessing
17. A tender Mother, A faithful friend.
18. A true outdoorsman
19. A woman of virtue, kindness and modesty
20. Although she sleeps, her memory lives on
21. Always in our hearts
22. Always loving
23. Always loving, always loved
24. And a flight of angels sing to thy rest
25. As long as life and memory last, I shall remember thee
26. Beloved and by all
27. Beloved and Dear in life…In death they are not divided
28. Beloved Mother and Grandmother
29. Beloved mother…our guide and counselor
30. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.
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