Are there differences between earth burial and entombment?
I think that you can easily get all the necessary information on the Internet, besides, you can ask these guys from Newrest Funeral Services about this stuff and the direct cremation as well because I have heard that many people are quite interested in this thing. Probably you will find something useful
It seems to me that the most pleasant, if I may say so at all, way of burying a person is cremation. It’s kind of like showing respect for a person and preserving their memory with cremation urns. Lying in the ground is the last thing I dream of in this life, so cremation seems to me the only possible option.
Earth burial is a common form of disposition at a cemetery. The casket is buried beneath the ground, usually in a burial vault or grave box. A monument of marker is placed at the grave as a visible sign of memorialization. Most cemeteries have a variety of different types of graves; such as a single grave for one burial, lots that accommodate two or more burials, and lots designed specifically for burial of cremated remains. Many cemeteries have sections which allow for the burial of two caskets in one grave, also known as double-depth burial. Double depth means that one casket is placed in the grave at an approximate depth of seven feet. At the time of the second interment, the second casket is placed on top of the first casket. This allows for the cemeteries to maximize available space. Many cemeteries also offer private and/or community mausoleums and cremation niches; all of which are used for above ground interment. Another word for above ground interment is entombment. Mausoleums