I spied this picturesque cemetery on my way to the cranberry festival and made a mental note to go back on a nice afternoon.
It's huge, and the part I was interested in was extremely old, with graves to the mid 1800s, but there were a lot that were so weather worn you couldn't see anything anymore.
The stone work was beautiful in those days.
It was 75 degrees the day I went. The foliage is peaking and starting to go by. It's a very small window.
"Thy Will Be Done"
Died at sea at age 11 in 1854. I wonder what happened? Did he take sick and die? Was he lost overboard?