I didn't want to edit the previous post again. I lost and had to retype most of it so I decided to just to a second post.
I somehow, probably in the retyping mentioned above, lost the picture of one of the most unusual stones I found for Evens Cemetery.
I love the rustic edges of this stone. And I have never seen any other like it. It is a long low stone, but the engraving continues from the top to the front. Edith and William Wachter appear to both have passed away in the 1930's. The only thing I can say against this stone is that the rustic surface clings to the grass and pine needles that fall on it. That is what is blurring the name on top.
But what a striking stone. I had to make sure I posted it.