their fulfilment, is erected, with faith in God, and submission to his will, by her nearest friend:Next in this direction will be seen the monuments inscribed “Cushing” and “Thayer.” On the latter is an inscriptionShe died, and left to me
This spot, this calm, and quiet scene;
The memory of what has been,
And never more will be.
in memory of Amasa Thayer, born in Braintree, March 26, 1764, died in Antigua, Oct. 18, 1813; and of Elizabeth, his widow, born in Boston, May 5, 1760, interred here May 23, 1834:--Following this is the obelisk of “Wyman and Howe,” bearing the date of 1834, and the single word, round the base, “resurgemus.” The pannelled monument with plinths, which we now come to, will suggest many reflections similar to those awakened by one already noticed. The Observer calls the object of it truly “a young man of talents and great promise.” The inscription reads thus: “Edwin Buckingham.They meet
To part no more,
And, with celestial welcome, greet,
On an immortal shore.
Boston Mechanics placed this Cenotaph here.
Born, 1810; died, 1833. “The sea his body, Heaven his spirit holds.