This stymies research. Travel is difficult. In the cemeteries, only the tallest of stones are visible, and paths are non-negotiable. Feeling devoid of a good cemetery visit, I visited Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, New York today. Eight years ago today, my grandmother was buried there.
|Corner marker at the Sewell grave. I don't see too many butterflies.|
|Sewell grave with butterfly cornerstones.|
|Rendall and Fisher graves. Newcomers to this gravesite may have to wait until spring to see what lies beneath.|
|Someone visited the Brewer family plot before I did.|
|One of the main attractions for tourists- the grave of Washington Irving.|