How much does it cost to be buried in Recoleta Cemetery? Related Questions

How much does it cost to be buried in Recoleta Cemetery?
Asked By Hugh,Last Answer By Cosmetologist07 At 2011.03,1 Answers

I'm only asking out of curiosity, not planning to be buried there myself. I've heard that getting a mausoleum in Recoleta cemetery is insanely expensive, but does anyone know exactly how much it costs?

Do you think Ted Kennedy really deserves to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery?
Asked By Scooter_the_squirrel_agent,Last Answer By The Mick "7" At 2010.01,1 Answers

I don't know about you but i don't think that someone who left a woman to die b/c he was worried about his political career(Chappaquiddick) is a hero or deserves to be buried in Arlington.

Does anyone have any restaurant recommendations for the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires?
Asked By John Jones, the Florida Gyn,Last Answer By andonizubixarreta At 2011.03,1 Answers

Will be spending a few days in BA, staying in Recoleta. Looking for some insider info.

Also, any advice regarding street safety and such would be appreciated.

Is hotel plaza fair near the recoleta cultural centre in buenos aires, argentina?
Asked By dez,Last Answer By dotoceza At 2011.03,1 Answers

would appreciate the help, thanks! :) i think that hotel plaza fair is in recoleta but i just wanted to know how far the recoleta cultural centre was from the hotel. thanks in advance for the help!

How does a cemetery maintain security?
Asked By dauntlessblythe,Last Answer By St N At 2009.12,1 Answers

...against vandalism, place for drug use and profanity, and other common crimes commonly happening in cemeteries since locked gates most likely doesn't help.

Can an old family cemetery affect my property value?
Asked By chicpower,Last Answer By magnetic_azimuth At 2009.12,1 Answers

My home, apparently, is located on an old family cemetery that was built around 1807. The local historical society has most of the data on it and according to them, there are 8 bodies buried "somewhere" in my front yard. The tombstones were removed and thrown into a gully when the road was developed years ago. It is not unusual for descendents of the buried to come knocking on my door, and this morning was no exception. I had a group of 4 seniors here asking questions about their ancestors. Does anyone know if this will affect the property value one day when we're ready to sell? Is there anything we need to do that could increase the property value? We plan to sell in about 3 years so we need to start thinking about this now. To my knowledge, all of the bodies are still intact in the yard and have not been developed over.

Can an old family cemetery affect my property value?
Asked By chicpower,Last Answer By magnetic_azimuth At 2009.12,1 Answers

My home, apparently, is located on an old family cemetery that was built around 1807. The local historical society has most of the data on it and according to them, there are 8 bodies buried "somewhere" in my front yard. The tombstones were removed and thrown into a gully when the road was developed years ago. It is not unusual for descendents of the buried to come knocking on my door, and this morning was no exception. I had a group of 4 seniors here asking questions about their ancestors. Does anyone know if this will affect the property value one day when we're ready to sell? Is there anything we need to do that could increase the property value? We plan to sell in about 3 years so we need to start thinking about this now. To my knowledge, all of the bodies are still intact in the yard and have not been developed over.

Suggestions for selling funeral services/cemetery.?
Asked By browncat79,Last Answer By TopSavings.Net At 2009.12,1 Answers

I asked this question before. Do you have any suggestions for selling pre-need funeral services and cemetery. Most people do not like to deal with this subject. I am looking for out of the box thinking. I am not desperate for suggestions, I just know this is a big forum and am looking for ideas that I would not think of.

Thanks!

Is ok to go jogging through a cemetery just as long as we don't run while there's funeral in progress?
Asked By Clerk,Last Answer By Brother Otter At 2011.03,1 Answers

Just so we don't disturb the grieving family's so is it ok just as long as theirs no one around the cemetery?

My funeral and cemetery business is going under financially. Have I dug too big hole for myself? Chapter 11?
Asked By Hal Atosis,Last Answer By ashimagupta02 At 05.24,3 Answers

It could be a grave mistake to carry on burying yourself in debt, sounds like you are loosing the plot.

What does it mean when you see a coyote in a cemetery and it walks over my deceased husbands' grave?
Asked By mistywaterfallsq,Last Answer By itsjustme At 2009.12,1 Answers

I would have to agree with the majority here, it doesn't mean a thing. I would put it out of my head if I were you, your grief is enough to cope with without the extra worry about an *Urban Myth*.

Have you ever walked past a cemetery and had two guys chase you with shovels?
Asked By Jack B, invisible,Last Answer By THE NOLTE-KMA At 2010.10,1 Answers

The guys with the shovels eyed me suspiciously, but one of these days I know they're going to break into pursuit.

Legal question regarding cemetery/grave site ONTARIO CANADA?
Asked By parseltongue82,Last Answer By Lauren At 2011.04,1 Answers

My friend sadly lost her youngest son in October of 2009 at the age of 19 days old. She's been struggling to get by ever since, along with her boyfriend and two older sons; N aged 4 and L aged 6.

When the funeral was held, it was right before the snow arrived, and there wasn't really time for the boys to place markers on their brother's grave site.

In May of 2010, once the weather was finally nicer, she and her two sons decided it was the perfect time to bring the baby some little mementos. They brought a few laminated pictures of the family, flowers and small painted rocks. There was one rock that said "Sweetheart" and the other that had the baby's name painted on it. N had made them all by himself, and was very happy that his little brother would have them.

Later, in October of 2010, my friend and N went to the site the day before the baby would've celebrated his first birthday. They were devastated to learn that the little rocks, pictures and flowers that had been left on the grave had been removed for some reason. My friend decided to call the church in charge of the cemetery, and was told that they would look into it and call her back. She assumed that maybe they'd been set aside for the coming winter, and was hopeful they would be found. Unfortunately, she never received a call back from the church.

Fast forward to today, when she and both of her sons went to the site (first nice day of spring) and she happened to come across a garbage can on the cemetery grounds. Imagine her shock when she discovered the rocks, pictures and flowers all IN THE GARBAGE CAN. Needless to say, she is angry, heartbroken and hurt.

My question is, can she file some sort of complaint against the church cemetery staff because of this? And if so, who should she contact? Whether the items were removed out of spite or accident is of no consequence as far as I can tell... these were personal items, left there with love and kindness and as a way for a family to heal. They were small rocks, about the palm of a child's hand in size, and a couple of pictures. In no way would they be an eyesore or hindrance to other grave sites. As I mentioned before, this first happened in October of 2010, and the staff were made aware of it ASAP. How is it that they've never even come across these items in the months since then?? Obviously they are being negligent in that way alone as they didn't check the garbage, and of course it's very possible they threw them out in the first place.

You hear stories about things like this, violations of grave sites, vandalism to cemetery property and so forth. Maybe it's just me, but I feel as though my friend has every right to be angry about this, and I do think that her son's final resting place was not treated respectfully. It may not be cemetery staff that were responsible for the items being thrown out. Anyone could've done that. But having been told what happened, had they been doing their job there's no way those items would've gone unnoticed for nearly 6 months.

My man won't dig down for me buried treasure, if ya know what I mean....?
Asked By Jack B, male pattern baldness,Last Answer By Jess the Peach (made of cute) At 2011.03,1 Answers

He doesn't like all my seaweed, he says, and the briny depths aren't to his taste; what can I do?

My man won't dig down for me buried treasure, if ya know what I mean....?
Asked By Jack B, male pattern baldness,Last Answer By Jess the Peach (made of cute) At 2009.12,1 Answers

He doesn't like all my seaweed, he says, and the briny depths aren't to his taste; what can I do?

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