This gravestone might not look like much, but it is an extraordinary object for one reason: it appears in the records of the John Stevens shop under the account of its purchaser, Newport Gardner, a.k.a. Occramar Marycoo.
"To Cutting a pair of Grave Stones for your Child Silva . . . 15 shillings"
The footstone does not survive, but Silva Gardner's headstone still stands in God's Little Acre.
Newport Gardner paid for his daughter's gravestone with ten bushels of potatoes.