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Jamaica Gleaner Lifestyle
published: Tuesday | January 31, 2006

Cremation - The Final Burn
I HAVE had a fascination for the dead since I was in infant school. My fascination began because the district of Smithville in Clarendon, was suddenly awakened from its pre-dawn slumber one early morning by the sounds of loud gunshots...

The of history cremation
SIMPLY PUT, cremation is the practice of reducing a corpse to its essential elements by burning. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, cremation started as early as 1000 BC by the Greeks who introduced it to the West.


Urns - Storage for eternity
THE LAST few decades have seen a dramatic increase in cremation as an alternative to earth burial as many persons have been requesting to be cremated rather than a traditional burial. This has increased the need for options...






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