Above is a beautifully carved stone for Lulu Utley. The date is very difficult to read, but appears to be September 1880. The scroll work around the sides and the floral details and arch at top makes me suspect her family was a fairly well to do one.
Below, the stone for Felix Matthews is a plain rectangle, as opposed to the shaping of the above stone. The weeping willow is featured on his stone. His death in 1860 came at the age of 20. I am intrigued by the jagged line across the bottom, over his age. I am undecided from the picture if this was broken, or perhaps buried to that level at one time, The bottom has a cleaner look, bu is less covered with lichens, and better preserved.
Next is the rather unusual stone of Wesley Hawley. On the front, above his name are 5 circles with different engravings. The middle one has the initial H, the others are harder to decipher. I am not sure if they are organization symbols or not. He died around age 42, in 1905 so he certainly could have been a member of one or more society.
These last two pictures are a more over all view of the cemetery. The broken drapery covered marble stone in the foreground leans against its base. But in the background are many of the older, tall stones as well as lower, more modern granite stones.
Again in this last view, you can see how large the cemetery is. You can see the cemetery is still in current use, with a modern granite stone, as well as a wood and metal one near the front.