Here are more of the photographs I took during our visit:
1) On the way to Beaver Dam Library, we stopped at Burnett Corners Cemetery in Burnett. I knew, from a Find A Grave memorial, that my Mary (Bell) Smith (1805-1865), the wife of Ranslow Smith, and adoptive mother of Devier J. Smith, was buried there. Here is what the cemetery looked like from the roadside.
2) I wandered about for awhile, staying close to the road and the central track into the cemetery, and found it relatively easily. Except the sod/grass had overgrown part of the ground-level stone. So I used my hands to tear some of the grass so I could see the entire stone. Here's the view back to the street, with the Mary Smith stone in the foreground:
3) Here is the gravestone for "Mrs. R. Smith:"
4) The most interesting and historic grave in the whole cemetery was for a Revolutionary War soldier, Levi Holcomb (1763-1854). Here is the monument that stands over the in-ground gravestone:
5) The back side of Levi's monument:
Levi Holcomb is not my ancestor. I hope that his descendants have found this monument on the Internet already. If not, I hope they enjoy these photographs.
Onward to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.