Abel and Stephen Webster, two brothers who were stone carvers, carved many of the gravestones in this cemetery in the late 1700s. What’s unusual about their work, which is remarkably similar, are the faces chiseled into the gravestones.
Some of the faces are smiling, while others are frowning. It’s unclear why the Websters carved these intriguing images, though many speculations have been made.
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