Thomas Stagg's epitaph in St. Giles Churchyard, London

That is all

In a Thrumont, Md., cemetery

Here lies an Athiest
All dressed up
And no place to go

In a Larne, Ireland, cemetery epitaph of a man who had been hanged

Rab McBeth
Who died for the want
of another breath

Gravedigger Robert Phillip's epitaph, England

Here I lie at the Chancel door;
Here I lie because I am poor;
The farther in the more you pay;
Here I lie as warm as they.

In the Boot Hill Cemetery, Arizona

Here lies
Lester Moore
Four slugs
From a fourty-four
No Les
No More

In a New Mexico cemetery

Here lies
Johnny Yeast
Pardon me
For not rising

An attorney's epitaph in Rockford, Illinois

John E.
"The defense rests"

A lawyer's epitaph in England

Sir John Strange
Here lies an honest lawyer,
And that is Strange.

In a cemetery in Scotland

Here beneath this stone we lie
Back to back my wife and I
And when the angels trump shall trill
If she gets up then I'll lie still!

In a North Carolina cemetery

Come blooming youths, as you pass by
And on these lines do cast an eye
As you are now, so once was I;
As I am now, so must you be;
Prepare for death and follow me.

To which someone, who saw this, added

To follow you
I am not content
How do I know
Which way you went