Miscellany of Tips, Records and Other Useful Things
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Wordless Wednesday - Cedar Hill Cemetery
Box or chest tombs marking graves in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton, Kentucky. This type of tombstone is fairly common in western Kentucky, especially during the 1820s – 1840s. The monument is a box with a “lid” over the top. The body is not buried inside the box, but is interred below ground. The inscriptiion is on the "lid." Photograph dated 10 October 2009.