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Gravesite Caretaker Services
Gravesite Caretaker Services

One of the most overwhelming and often overlooked aspects of funeral planning is taking care of the gravesite long after the deceased has passed on. Although most cemeteries offer some form of on-site caretaking (such as mowing and weeding, clearing the headstones, and removing unsightly or faded floral displays), this is a service that doesnt always come standard. And in many cases, their level of care might not meet your expectations.If you live nearby the cemetery, or if visiting the gravesite is part of your natural healing process, taking care of the headstone might not be that... more »


West Virginia Funeral Homes

There are currently 412 funeral home listings for the state of West Virginia. Looking for West Virginia cemeteries?

Virginia got its name from England's Queen Elizabeth I who was known as Virgin Queen. It was in West Virginia that the very first woman prison was built and started operation on 1926. It is also in the same state where the longest arch bridge made of steel is located. The New River Gorge Bridge stands 1,400 feet. Yearly, the bridge is closed for people who wanted to do parachuting and bungee jumping. This is done in the month of October. It is only done in one day and draws around 100,000 visitors yearly.

West Virginia is also a home of several famous West Virginians. Morgan Morgan was the very first white person who settled in West Virginia and built a log cabin near the Bunker Hill area. Thomas Jackson was a Confederate General who had won the First Battle of Bull Run in the the Civil War though had been accidentally killed by one of of his men. Daniel Boone was an explorer who lived in the region which is now called the Charleston. He was the one responsible for opening the west to the other people by building  a road towards Appalachian Mountains.

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