"We've had people come back 15 years after (we put them in the
This story attracted my attention, since on of my 2nd Cousins found a box
containting someone's ashes in a little family cemetary in the mountaines
of southeastern Nevada. knowing that it belonged to some family, he did a lot
of research, using the informatin that was in the ground next to the box. His
story is remarkable, I cannot write it here, but he was successful and the
family of the deceased drove from back east to Southern Utah to get their
Father's remains. It is a great story, and set the example for all of us
to be aware that we might help some family along the way, even though we do not
have any idea how, when or where.Don't cemetaries have plots
for the poor any more?
please at least scatter your antecedents remains someplace where the sun shines
and the winds blow.
I agree, Snowman.Even a simple cremation can run over $1000. (My
relative's was about $1500...with no services or burial...out of state. We
had to take out a loan.)Sometimes people just don't have it, or
choose not to spend the money to claim the remains.I don't think the
person who died even cares. But it is still sad.I admire the mortuary
owners who will keep the remains. just in case.
The reason for this is simple::: MONEY
All the lonely people. Where do they all come from? Where do they all belong?Pretty sobering to think about.