- Kevin France creditors owed up to Â£2m when firm fell into administration. // Cabinet Maker;11/9/2012, Issue 5812, p6
The article reports that the creditors of the company Kevin France Upholstery midlands were owed up to two million Great Britain pound sterling when the company collapsed.
- Scattering Ashes. Benenson, Tom // Flying;Oct2007, Vol. 134 Issue 10, p58
The article provides information on how to conduct an aerial burial with dignity and legality.
- Slowing down for death. Taylor, Barbara Brown // Christian Century;06/07/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 18, p656
Presents a reflection on the ritual of a funeral procession. Description of a funeral procession in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Postcript to a unique (Roman?) burial is Sardinia. Rowland Jr., Robert J. // Antiquity;Nov87, Vol. 61 Issue 233, p461
Presents a postscript to the article "A Unique (Roman?) Burial in Sardinia," published in a 1978 issue of "Antiquity" journal. Description of a nuragic burial; Association of the Ploaghe burial with the Villasor burial in Sardinia, Italy.
- HONORING THE DEAD. // dig;May/Jun2007, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p34
The article provides information on the burial customs of the people of Toraja, Indonesia.
- Suitable settings for paying our respects. // Horticulture Week;4/17/2015, p19
The article offers the author's insights on the importance of church buildings for funerals and woodland for burial.
- When you've got to go…. Bell, Elaine // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Mar2008, Vol. 83 Issue 8, p44
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of attending several funerals.
- MICHAEL L. BLAKEY. // Archaeology;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p72
In this article, the author, a physical anthropologist, discusses his experiences in the scientific study of the African Burial Ground, a colonial-era cemetery that was discovered in Lower Manhattan in 1991. Most of the 419 skeletons the author studied were of captives. Pre-revolutionary New...
- Cremation is an Opportunity. Burlage, Jason // Director (NFDA Services, Inc.);Jul2011, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p50
The article discusses the trends in the funeral industry which suggests less burials in North America. It indicates that the cremation rate is closing at 42% in North America and could reach a high of 85% in Canada by 2015 and 50% across North America by 2018. It notes that a continued shift...