And then there are the quaint epitaphs on the gravestones, of which many have made collections.
They are only some gravestones flat on the earth, and we could see no inscription.
At that time the churchyard was enclosed by trees, and the gravestones were erect.
The western wall of the tower was black with them; so were the gravestones and the gravel.
He could hardly have told what he was afraid of, but he must have connected the gravestones with ghosts.
There were their monuments upon the wall and their gravestones in the chancel floor.
In the grounds of No. 40 we come upon three benches formed of gravestones.
Many of the gravestones have seventeenth-century dates upon them.
Gravestones were in process of being buried like those whom they commemorated.
I know the kind of stuff you love—moonbeams and gravestones!