This page is sponsored by: Nanny
|[Add A Photo]|
Image is scaled. Click image to open at full size.
Added by: Nanny
|The entrance to Samuel Eliot's underground tomb is no longer marked, but it would be close to the small pale gravestone in the middle of photo. If you imagine a line running parallel to the path from SS Andrews's gray flat stone (just out of the frame on lower left) on the left to John Foster Williams's table top tomb on the right, Samuel's tomb is about halfway between the two.|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service