These are from last Wednesday at the Johnson Burying Ground in Bozrah, but I didn’t get a chance until now to identify all the carvers. And carver identification is very important. (To me, at least.) Check out the captions for the great epitaphs and carver identification. The main reason I liked this particular group of stones is for the extraordinarily epithet-y epitaphs (which include some wonderful misspellings.)
The Manning carving is an unusual feathered-winged one, and I am always excited to find a Bozrah Devil Carver stone! There are only 22 known B.D.C. stones—7 in Bozrah, 13 in Lebanon, 1 in Colchester, and 1 in Norwich. This is the only one in Bozrah I got a picture of, though. Some may be no longer viable, because I sure didn’t see them.