3 responses to Where do Amish bury their dead?
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    Valerie
    Comment on Where do Amish bury their dead? (August 26th, 2014 at 00:12)

    very often because we are all equal in life and dead there is neither the name nor the initial but just a number on the cross or marker. and the Bishop has a map of the cemetery on which one can map the number to the name of the deceased.

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      Marcus Yoder
      Comment on Where do Amish bury their dead? (August 26th, 2014 at 05:02)

      All of the Amish cemeteries I been to all have Markers with names. Granted some of the realy old ones are only field and unmark, and some are broke, and some are hard to read.I have been to Amish cemeteries in Ohio, Indiana, Pa., and Illinois.
      Marcus Yoder

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      Mark – Holmes Co.
      Comment on Where do Amish bury their dead? (August 26th, 2014 at 07:20)

      The only Amish I know of who do not put at least names, birth, and death dates on grave-stones are the Swiss Amish.

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