Volume 4 of the series Wild Flowers of Great Britain. Botanically and popularly described, with copious notices of their history and uses, by Robert Hogg and George W. Johnson, with original plates drawn and coloured from nature, by W. G. Smith.;
Gravemarker made of cement. In center of cement block is a small round glass bubble covering a floral design made of crushed glass and the deceased's name and vital statistics (cannot be read in this view).
Gravemarker with plaque giving lengthy account of the deceased's experiences as one of the first members of the L.D.S. Church. Deceased is the brother of Martin Harris, "witness to the Book of Mormon." Image has green tones reduced.
This reverse side of a gravemarker gives the name of the deceased's child and shows an engraved design of a deer jumping over a fallen tree stump. Above name is the word "Child." No dates are given on this side of the stone. According to the...