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During the difficult grieving time when you have lost a loved one, there are many decision that need to be made. You have many choices when selecting a burial method for your deceased loved one. Monuments and burial chambers allow you to memorialize a person in a private and protected place. Here are some common terms regarding mausoleums.

  • Community Mausoleum - A mausoleum designed to memorialize and hold multiple deceased people. The interned people are often not related.
  • Private Mausoleum - Also known as a family mausoleum, these buildings are separate and private and can inter an entire family. They provide visitors with a private place where they can memorialize and honor lost relatives.
  • Crypt - A chamber or vault, usually made of stone, that contains coffins of the deceased.
  • Companion Crypt - A crypt that holds two people, like a married couple. A monument is generally inscribed on the outside of the crypt much like a headstone or grave marker.
  • Lawn Crypt - A type of burial which functions much like an in ground burial, but keeps the body protected in a clean, dry space. Lawn crypts also incorporate grave markers.
  • Crematorium - A facility that cremates the remains of a deceased person, turning their body into ash. The remains are placed in an urn and scattered in a special place or buried in a mausoleum.
  • Epitaph - A message that memorializes a dead person and can be inscribed onto a headstone or on a plaque.
  • In Ground Burial - A common burial method of the deceased that takes place in a cemetery or memorial park. The body is placed in a casket and lowered into the ground. A grave marker or headstone provides an inscription that honors the deceased. A cemetery incorporates both above ground and in ground burial methods.
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    Hartman W A Memorials LLC
    1301 Market St E, Charlottesville, VA 22902
    Commemorate the memory of your loved one with memorial monuments and grave markers from W.A. Hartman Memorials. With three locations to serve you, we can give you the ability to honor their memories a
    (434) 293-2570
    Rest Haven Memorial Gardens
    459 Noll Dr, Harrisonburg, VA 22802
    (540) 434-8409
    Heritage Memorials Inc
    3070 S Main St, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
    (540) 434-7361
    Eastlawn Memorial Gardens Inc
    3289 Spotswood Trl, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
    (540) 434-3827
    Heritage Memorials
    8458 Seminole Trl Ste 4, Ruckersville, VA 22968
    (434) 990-0063
    Adcomm Digitel
    175 Kernstown Commons Blvd, Winchester, VA 22602
    (540) 868-8764
    Metro Outlet
    1145 Berryville Ave, Winchester, VA 22601
    (540) 686-7614
    Frank Grim & Sons
    820 N Augusta St, Staunton, VA 24401
    (540) 886-2711
    Thornrose Cemetery Co
    1041 W Beverley St, Staunton, VA 24401
    (540) 886-8241
    Sloan Funeral Service
    4340 Granby Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22193
    (703) 580-7480
    Fairfax Memorial Park
    9900 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032
    (703) 323-5202
    Carroll Memorials
    4410 Lafayette Blvd Ste A, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
    (540) 373-8651
    Calvert Masonry Inc
    308 Calvert Ave, Alexandria, VA 22301
    (703) 519-7041
    Gate of Heaven Cemetery
    13801 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20906
    (301) 871-6500
    Westhampton Memorial Park
    10000 Patterson Ave, Henrico, VA 23238
    (804) 740-1948

    Mausoleums, large above ground tombs or chambers, house the remains of deceased people. They can be ornate and stately, or small and understated. They can comprise one tomb to memorialize one person or they can comprise a small building with several vaults or chambers housing the bodies of several deceased people. Granite mausoleums differ from regular burial plots in that the body is not put into the ground, as you would typically see in a cemetery flagged with tombstones. The term “mausoleum” is believed to come from an ancient king named King Mausoleos, who was the first person to be entombed above ground. These types of tombs have been used for centuries, especially by the pharaohs of Egypt and European kings. Most indoor mausoleums feature a small area where services can be conducted. They are also heated and air conditioned so that family members can visit their entombed loved ones when they want. The typical structure of a mausoleum resembles a honeycomb, featuring reinforced concrete with individual crypts. You will find a mausoleum within a cemetery. People can pre-purchase a mausoleum from a company just as they would a traditional burial plot from a cemetery. Shortly after death, a funeral is held. The body is then transported to the cemetery and placed within the crypt after a short ceremony. Manufacturers of granite mausoleums may also offer related items such as headstones, monuments, and grave markers. There are usually many designs, colors, and sizes to choose from. People can seek out more information on mausoleums, whether private or family memorials, directly from mausoleums creators themselves, who often hand craft and engrave these stone items, such as headstones.
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