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Tombstone Tuesday - Kārlis and Katrīna Grīntāls

In this series, I am sharing photographs that I took of graves while I was in Latvia. All have death dates prior to 1945, and I have no further information on the people mentioned.

Photo taken by me, April 2012. Click to enlarge.

Top Inscription: “Še dus Dieva mierā” (“Sleeping here in God’s peace”)

Names: Kārlis Grīntāls, son of Juris; Katrīna Grīntāls, died 1918.

Bottom Inscription: “Vieglas smiltis aizgājējiem” (“Light sand for the departed”)

Location: Meža kapi (“Forest Cemetery”), Rīga.

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