By Thomas D’Agostino
Since my last two installments, I received several requests for more interesting epitaphs. It appears the New England sense of humor spans the ages when it comes to these quirky and cute limericks and verses. No one was impervious to the chisel and hammer’s compensated prose. Family, friends and even disgruntled neighbors often came forth and suggested the final words that were cut into the stones of those who would be interred underneath.