The homunculus otherwise engaged, I decided to venture a little further afield, and dropped by a small burying ground I had not yet seen, this time the Old Revolutionary Burying Ground (aka Simpson-Jones Burying Ground aka St. Cecilia’s Cemetery. (Findagrave entry; no entries in Farber).
This small, mostly empty lot sits to the south of (the much more recent) St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church. Established in 1771, this was the earliest burying place in what eventually became Ashland, Mass. There are a few older stone, with a skull, a soul effigy, and several urns among them. It is a pretty spot enclosed by a thick stone wall. Not the most interesting graveyard I’ve visited, but they all can’t be thrill-a-minute, eh?