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Old 04-09-2013, 11:37 AM
Location: SWFL
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Jasper, pardon me for giggling but your story IS funny to me. Wife #2 probably has no place to RIP so she wants to be buried in your family's plot/tomb. I'm glad hubby didn't want to be buried in the family cemetary and chose The National Cemetary where we can be "away" from the family.
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:09 PM
Location: Arizona
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Originally Posted by Arkansas Mac View Post
In some areas it is common for the first spouses to be buried together regardless how many times they marry afterwards or how long they are married to a later spouse.

It doesn't strike me as unusual at all.

In my opinion, and everyones I have told this to, until now, it is just weird. 65 years with one husband and get buried with the one that was there for a year and a half. I think the children would make sure it didn't happen. Bury mom with someone no one even knew or remembered.
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