The Sedgwick Pie

Bass, M.
June 1989
Yankee;Jun89, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p74
Describes the circular grave layout in the Stockbridge, Mass. town cemetery, where members and descendants of the family of Theodore Sedgwick (1746-1813) are buried, called `Sedgwick Pie' because of its unusual, unexplained design.


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