ties of kindred, knew, loved, and honored him.”
On one side of the stone we read these lines-
Pause in thy onward way; one resteth here,
Who claims the simple reverence of a tear.
Single in heart, in conduct firm and pure,
Direct in purpose, in affection sure,
He graced, what few can grace, a humble path;--
This sod his body holds, but God his spirit hath.
This monument is on the visiter's left as lie walks up Central Avenue from the gateway.
If lie turn aside a short distance into the thin woods on his right,--a comparatively sequestered, but highly attractive part of the grounds,--he will soon find himself in Green-briar Path.
Here stands a sarchophagus marked with the