This is the author's hometown and setting of many of the book's major events.
West Clare, Moveen Townland, Ireland
This is the town where the author's cousins live and where the author maintains a home.
The Huron River and the Oak Grove Bridge
This structure ran across this body of water, fell apart, and was rebuilt.
The Midwinter Conference
This meeting for funeral directors is usually held in the Lesser Antilles.
Lynch and Sons Funeral Home
This is a family operated business started by the author's father.
The author organizes many of these traditional services.
The author's mother believed that this provided an opportunity to become morally perfect.
This is a poem that helped a man find a new wife after a divorce.
At the Opening of Oak Grove Cemetery Bridge
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