The CEMETERY GROUP is composed of a listing of "green cemeteries" in the United States. We are in hopes that the concept of preserving parts of Planet Eden and nourishing the Earth with our mortal remains will "take off" as it has in Britain where there are now 200 or more "green burial parks" in operation.

DON'T CRY FOR ME - by George H. Russell

Following are the web sites of America's current "green cemeteries".

Wounded Warrior Purple Heart Cemetery
Service Animal Cemetery
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This site updated March 5, 2012
HISTORY OF THE BELL

The bell was purchased by First Baptist Church in Huntsville in 1891 for their new sanctuary. In 1954, the building that replaced the 1891 sanctuary burned and the bell was sold to another church. The new owners of the bell never erected it and for almost 50 years it lay partially buried in the church yard. Stuart Cox purchased the bell for our Chapel of the Nativity and donated it to us.

Above is a photograph of the bells found at the Ethician Family Cemetery. Photography provided courtesy of Doris Bozarth.