These Dollhouse Graves Will Rip Your Heart Out

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Lova Cline I
In 1908 a little girl, Lova was just 6 years-old when she passed away in Arlington, Indiana. Here she rests in Arlington East Cemetery.

Lova Cline II
An incredible dollhouse marks Lova’s grave, it contains furniture and everything a little girl would want in a dollhouse.

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 Dorothy Marie Harvey I
Dorothy caught measles while her family was traveling north to find work in Medina, Tennessee in 1931. She was just 5 years-old when she died.

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Dorothy Marie Harvey II
It’s said the locals helped her family bury her in Hope Hill Cemetery. They constructed a beautiful dollhouse in her memory. This tombstone one can see erected inside one of it’s windows.

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Vivian Mae Allison I
Vivian died in 1899, she was just 5 years-old. This Victorian dollhouse was built by her family to mark her grave site in the Connerville City Cemetery in Connersville, Indiana.

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 Vivian Mae Allison II
Inside Vivian’s dollhouse, you can see the loving care to detail that her family took to create a house for her toys in a fantasy doll setting.

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Nadine Earles I
Nadine passed away shortly before Christmas in 1933 at just 4 years-old. Apparently locals mentioned that Nadine wanted a dollhouse for Christmas that year.

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 Nadine Earles II
The family built this amazing dollhouse at her grave and filled it with her toys and personal belongings. Perhaps it was a way of giving her the dollhouse she never got.

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 Little DollHouse Grave Tomb
There is nothing more tragic than losing a child, and graves are for the living to remember them. The elaborate project of building a dollhouse must be a cathartic way to help ease the pain of loss.

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