William Hogarth's tomb and poem by his friend, actor David Garrick, composed the following inscription for his tombstone: Farewell great Painter of Mankind Who reach'd the noblest point of Art Whose pictur'd Morals charm the Mind And through the Eye correct the Heart. If Genius fire thee, Reader, stay, If Nature touch thee, drop a Tear: If neither move thee, turn away, For Hogarth's honour'd dust lies here
A tombstone to die for. #cemetery #graveyard #pirate
"In Memory of two Children of Capt. Nathaniel & Mrs. Polly Storer. Samuel Storer, who was Drowned June 22d 1787 aged 5 Years & 3 Months also Nathanael Storer who died a few Days after having a Stone Extracted from his Bladder Decemr 18th 1793 aged 7 Years & 9 Months. The Old the Young they all must die As well as we in Dust to lye Stop Children dear as you pass by And see you're not too young to die."