Here is an interesting Story: About 1925 a man, alone buries his little girl in a cemetery owned by the Mormon Church in Hampstead, N. C. The only witness to the burial is a nine year old boy.
With the completion of the burial, the man plants a cedar tree. He pays the boy a quarter to water the tree for seven days. Now, eighty five years later, the tree is the only marker for a young girl who died too soon. And the search is on to find her identity.
Read the article in the Deseret News at:
An interesting article. And, thanks to Eastman's On-line Genealogical Newsletter for bringing this to my attention.