Pictures courtesy of Michael Itamura.
The epitaph on the tomb reads:
Here lies a soldier of the Revolution whose identity is known but to God. His was an idealism that recognized a Supreme Being, that planted religious liberty on our shores, that overthrew despotism, that established a people’s government, that wrote a Constitution setting metes and bounds of delegated authority, that fixed a standard of value upon men above gold and lifted high the torch of civil liberty along the pathway of mankind. In ourselves his should exists as part of ours, his memory’s mansion.
Photos courtesy of Troy Corbett.