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Second stone coming this way from the gray granite
Monument center left of the photo. 
Now all you smart people might be saying there are nearly 30 stones in our view here. Why do we display only about 20 inscriptions. Answer. Many of the small stones are footstones positioned so the grave is between the head and footstone. The footstone is almost always east of the headstone, and smaller, and in most cases mini versions of the headstone, usually with only the initials on them. Practice picking them out here for better analysis of the burial places of your kin in graveyard.

Full view of memorial

Inscribed as: "
GENL. Wm D. WILLIAMS Born in Buncombe Co. NC. Mar. 14, 1803, Died Dec 6, 1859. The pains of death are past Labor and sorrow cease, And life's long warfare closed at last. His soul is found in peace."
WILLIAMS, Gen. William D., 14 Mar 1803 - 6 Dec 1850, born in Buncombe Co., N.C., (Son Joshua & Sarah Davidson Williams.)
Photos by Wayne Austin 4 Aug 2009. Added here 10 Feb 2010