North Ridge. It's hidden in one of the Rural Cemetery's oldest sections on a sort of small promontory which overlooks the Winslow vault.
The monument is white marble, though much of it has turned dark gray. The tablets on the large base are flanked by simple amphorae. An ornate sarcophagus stands a top with an angel beside it. One of the angel's wings is missing and its features are quite worn, giving the figure a rather ghostly look. A scroll drapes over the corner of the sarcophagus and the angel's hand rests on it. If anything was carved on that scroll, it's now illegible.
According to old Cemetery maps, this section at the eastern edge of the North Ridge was known first as Kennisau Hill and, when most of the Cemetery's roads and sections were renamed, it was called Landscape Hill.