Read the inscription and the intended symbolism of the two willows on the gravestone for Ann Moss (b. 1793, d. 1830) becomes clear.
ANN MOSS & BABI
JUNE 10, 1830
Her birth place Long Island
Jan. [xx], 1793.
Is that really an I at the end of BABI? I think so. Given the small willow, I suspect it is a misspelled BABY, and not a name.
There is an Isaac Moss listed in the 1830 United States Federal Census for Franklin Township, Warren, Ohio. Three persons are listed in his family:
1 free white male, 20 thru 29 (Isaac)
1 free while female, 20 thru 29 (Ann?)
1 free while female, under 5 (Baby? Baby’s sibling?)
We cannot identify Ann’s family without more research—and perhaps some stone cleaning. For now, it is enough to pause at the gravestone and pay respects to Ann and her child: Big willow, small willow.
Woodhill Cemetery, Warren County, Ohio