The Vaugh Stack, as I call it, caught my eye in the Harrisburg Cemetery during my recent visit. The simplicity of it in an area that had crypts, ornate and ostentatious headstones, either made a statement or was especially designed to be unique.
- The largest stone of the bottom is for Robert Vaugh, who I’m assuming was the head of the family. He was born in 1824 and died 1908.
- Above his is his wife’s stone. Mary Mastin Vaugh was born in 1827 and died in 1897.
- The next stone up would be Catharine who I think was born in 1884 (it’s hard to read) and died in 1912,
- and the top stone simply lists, John, Maggie and Walt.
Unique? I think so, and that is why it’s. . .
Linda’s Headstone of the Week for Week #32