e among the last on this Avenue.
We copy the inscription of the former, though long, as an interesting illustration of a class of family memorials of a similar description:--
We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed.
For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.
1 Cor., 15 chap., 51, 53 v.
Here are deposited the remains of Elizabeth Howard, wife of the Rev. Simeon Howard, D. D. She died April 13, 1777, aged 43 years:
Algernon Sidney Howard, youngest son of Simeon Howard, D. D., who died April 19, 1796, aged 19 years:
Simeon Howard, D. D., who died Aug. 13, 1804, aged 71 years:
John Clarke Howard, M. D., first son of Simeon Howard, D. D., who died Aug. 11, 1810, aged 36 years:
Christiana R. S. Howard, youngest daughter of John Clark Howard, who died May 27, 1812, aged 14 months:
James Swan Howard, second son of John Clark Howard, who died June 28, 1814, aged 5 years:
Hepsebah Clark Swan Howard, relict of