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I usually don't go in for the whole "graveyards are spooky" thing, but there is something haunting about the Sikes family stones. Not haunted, haunting. Those staring, floating faces are arresting in their simple beauty, especially when arrayed in groups, as on the Pierce family stone (above, c. 1782).
Today's synonym for "died" comes from another notable stone dedicated to infants. The two unnamed boys are buried in Brooklyn, CT.