Churchyard Quotes

Collection of top 14 famous quotes about Churchyard

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Churchyard Quotes By George Herbert: A piece of a Churchyard fits everybody. A piece of a Churchyard fits everybody. George Herbert
Churchyard Quotes By Ronald Reagan: You know, it was only a generation ago You know, it was only a generation ago that actors couldn't be buried in the churchyard. Ronald Reagan
Churchyard Quotes By Philip Massinger: Many good purposes lie in the churchyard. Many good purposes lie in the churchyard. — Philip Massinger
Churchyard Quotes By David Levithan: The churchyard. Walled in by houses and overrun The churchyard. Walled in by houses and overrun with weeds, choked up with too much buying. — David Levithan
Churchyard Quotes By Stanley Goldyn: The blades sang like the strokes of a The blades sang like the strokes of a hammer on a blacksmith's anvil echoing in the empty churchyard. — Stanley Goldyn
Churchyard Quotes By Parke Godwin: The soft, fluttering cry of a barn owl The soft, fluttering cry of a barn owl rose over the churchyard. Silent men flowed out of the dark. — Parke Godwin
Churchyard Quotes By Edmund Burke: I would rather sleep in the southern corner I would rather sleep in the southern corner of a little country churchyard than in the tomb of the Capulets. — Edmund Burke
Churchyard Quotes By Alan Bradley: You can pray in the churchyard," the sergeant You can pray in the churchyard," the sergeant said. "The Lord has large ears. — Alan Bradley
Churchyard Quotes By Cecil Frances Alexander: When the friends we love the best Lie When the friends we love the best Lie in their churchyard bed, We must not cry too bitterly Over the happy dead. — Cecil Frances Alexander
Churchyard Quotes By Charles Dickens: I came to the village, and the churchyard I came to the village, and the churchyard where the dead had been quietly buried, "in the sure and certain hope" which Christmas time inspired. What — Charles Dickens
Churchyard Quotes By Leo Perutz: For my most gracious master still called me For my most gracious master still called me redhead, though my hair was already churchyard-coloured." And — Leo Perutz
Churchyard Quotes By Benjamin Jowett: Nowhere probably is there more true feeling, and Nowhere probably is there more true feeling, and nowhere worse taste, than in a churchyard. — Benjamin Jowett