One of the "funnest" things about genealogy, for me at least, is when you stumble across information and or family graves when you weren't even looking.
In researching Hubby's family, I often wondered where the early Walsworths were buried. I knew they lived in this area but was not able to find their graves. One May, I was visiting the graves of my grandparents at Clark cemetery, a nearby private cemetery. It is a fairly small, tree filled cemetery on the corner of Oceana and Muskegon counties and along the west side of Newaygo county. I talked about it here. Just as I was pulling out of the U shaped drive, I happened to glance to my side and saw this.
The stone below was a newer stone that lies just behind the tall obelisk stone. All the names are listed here, along with the additional information of the father's names for the children.