|Wide shot of cemetery - only three stones readable, one broken on ground.||This monument
was erected by Eliza Smith in the memory of her beloved husband
Alfred Smith, who died Oct. 15, 1828. aged 58 years, 7 months & 18 days
'Forgive blest shade, the tributary tear that mourns thy exit from a world like this: ... wish that would have kept thee here
... thy progress to the realms of bliss.'
(stone signed "Tingley")
|Erected to the Memory of
Mrs. Eliza Smith
consort of Mr. Alfred Smith
who died Feb. 25 AD, 1840
aged 54 years, 5 mo's & 8 days
'Friends and children, do not weep,
I am not lost, for here I sleep
In this cold lifeless bed of clay,
Until the Resurrection Day.'
(stone signed Tingley)
|In memory of Mr. Emor Smith
son of Alfred and Eliza Smith
He died Feb. 11, 1826,
aged ?? years, 1 month ....
|[These are the only readable stones in the cemetery]|
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