Children of Harriet and Robert Smith. Robert was the Station Master of the Midland Railway Company. Four of their young sons came down with Scarlet Fever and died. Horace Richard Smith, age 9 yrs. Rowland Smith, age 7 yrs. Godfrey Smith, age 4 yrs. Infant Ralph Smith, age 1 yr., 7 mos. Undercliffe Cemetery is located between Otley Road and Undercliffe Lane in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England.
Marker- William James Mullen (1805 - 1882) Note: The monument shows the door of Moyamensing prison with a recently freed woman on the steps. Mullen, in a suit and cape, stands on a pedestal. The statue is the work of Philadelphia sculptor Daniel Kornbau.
A famous little stone I photographed at Lincoln Cemetery in Lincoln, KS. The young man was a traveling salesman. He died while visiting home and his father had the stone cutter carve this cute little suitcase tombstone as a fitting marker for his son.
Ame died in 1874, nine years after President Lincoln declared her free. So, why does her gravestone still identify her as somebody's "slave"? The story: http://offbeatoregon.com/o1110c-civil-war-didnt-end-slavery-for-oregon-woman-named-ame.html