A headstone or gravestone is mostly a marker made with a stone and placed atop a grave. Headstones are commonly used by most religious members. Most times, it contains the name, date of birth, date of death alongside a very witty personal message or farewell payer.
They come in many varieties and could either be big or small. Headstones and particularly headstones Birmingham usually contain artistic contents and drawings. It is mostly used by Christian devotees. Asides the affection aspect of headstones, they could also be used as a form of display of wealth as members of a family may decide to change such headstone from time to time.
With regards to headstones birmingham, there are codes of conducts that accrues to fixing them on graves. While some cemeteries might decide to have a gravestone six months after burial, some might allow for instant fixing and this varies from cemetery to cemetery.
Headstone Birmingham comes in a variety of textures and the most renowned are fieldstones, granites, marble and limestone respectively. The origin of headstones can be traced to the period of time when tombs were used. Those times what was used were tombstones but now with a change in dispensation the headstones have become very common and can be found at a memorial.