Aren't really stones that is.
We have many monuments and "tombstones" in the Newaygo county cemeteries that are not really stones. Many have been made by those left behind in remembrance of one who died. And there is great variety in those so called stones.
It is interesting to see that so many people took the time to be sure the graves of their loved ones were marked, some with elaborate stones like the painted saw blade and the shell monument, and others with simple cement markers, carved with the name of the loved one.
May they all rest in peace beneath their stones that aren't stone.