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When I was searching for doors for Teagan Geneviene’s first Journey last week, I visited Cedar Hill cemetery. I was looking for the right tomb, and I was able to find one, but I was also visiting one of the oldest cemeteries in Hartford.
Cedar Hill cemetery was established in 1864 on 270 acres in Hartford’s south end. The cemetery’s building and grounds are beautiful. There are walking paths, ponds, wildlife and lovely buildings. According to the cemetery’s website:
“In 1999, Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation was established to preserve the art, history and natural resources of Hartford’s historic Cedar Hill Cemetery in perpetuity.”
Since my regular readers have been supporting me by visiting more often than usual (during Just Jot January normally abbreviated JusJoJan but I thought I’d ‘spell‘ it out today) I am just going to display the doors I saw during my tour. They need no explanation beyond the captions.
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