Zadock Ingell,
Dec. 22, 1832,
Æ. 73.
Remember man as you pass by
On my cold grave pray cast an eye
As you are now so once was I
As I am now so you must be
remember man that you must die
and turn to dust as well as I

Christian Ingell,
March 18, 1835.
Æ. 73.
Here where the parents lie,
Must all the children dwell,
No other heritage possess
but such a gloomy cell.