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Pet Burials and Cremations
Pet Burials and Cremations

The loss of a beloved pet is never an easy thing. In our society, we are all expected to mourn and grieve over the death of a human relative or friend, and there are countless services available for the funeral planning process when this occurs. However, when it comes to our pets, there is a bit of a bias against formal burial arrangements. After all, it was just a dog or cat. Shouldn't you get over it or simply buy a new pet?Those of us who have adopted a four-legged friend as part of the family know that things are never that simple. Some of these pets have been with us for decades,... more »

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Mississippi Cemeteries

There are currently 40 cemetery listings for the state of Mississippi. Looking for Mississippi funeral homes?

The region which is now known as the state of Mississippi was first explored by Hernando de Soto but was later claimed by the French. He is the same person who also discovered the Mississippi River. In the year 1699, the very first group of settlers were established and it is now at the present day the Ocean Springs. Another claim took place in the year 1763 but this time by the Great Britain which took place right after the French and Indian Wars.

Mississippi whose capital is Jackson entered the union in December 10, 1817 making it the twentieth state of America. Mississippians, which the residents are called earn a living with varied industries, agriculture being the number one.

When in Mississippi, there are many places you can go to. Some examples are in Belzoni there is the Ethel Wright Mohamed Stitchery Museum, in Leland there is the birthplace of Kermit the Frog Exhibit and Fire museum,  and the Old Number 1 Firehouse Museum when in Greenville. Edwards has the Cactus Plantation, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, Eudora Welty House and Garden and Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center.

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