Lincoln Township Cemetery
Audubon County, Iowa
Uploaded 2/25/2012 by
auduboncoordinator [Email]

Large monument for Harry Weyhe Hensch with individual stones nearby for Harry Weyhe, John C. Hensch, and Louisa C. Hensch.

OCT. 1, 1888
26YS 2MS 14D.

Parents, sisters, why these tears
O'er my dull and lifeless clay
Could you see my present bliss
Tears to joy would pass away.

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