The sandstone tablet marker at the grave of James Huff (d. 1834) has weathered significantly. It almost looks as though it is melting. Someday soon the inscription may be impossible to read, but so far, the carving of the willow and urn is holding up better—only just.
And what a fine carving it is! Look how some willow branches fall behind the urn, some fall in front, giving the carving an interesting depth.