“The Lost Children”

Ninian Bannatyne Bryan  and his brother David discovered the bodies of 3 lost children in 1867, 2 months after they had wandered off together. They are burried near other Bryan graves.
A public memorial reads:
THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED by PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE Mayor  and  Borough Council AS AN EXPRESSION of  Regret and Sympathy.

LOST CHILDREN
WILLIAM GRAHAM
AGED 6 YEARS
THOMAS GRAHAM
AGED 4 YEARS
ALFRED H. BURMAN
AGED 5 YEARS
WHO WANDERED FROM THEIR HOMES
at
TABLE HILL
on Sunday JUNE 30th 1867
AFTER INEFFECTUAL SEARCH THEIR REMAINS WERE FOUND BY ACCIDENT in A  HOLLOW TREE near Musk Creek ON SEPTEMBER 14th 1867 and AFTER A PUBLIC FUNERAL WERE HERE Deposited.