I've written about monuments as tombstones in this space before ( here and here ). Last week I took a drive to visit another example -- The Signer's Monument in Augusta, Georgia. Signer's Monument Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia Photo © 2013 S. Lincecum The monument which stands in the middle of Greene Street and Monument Street is dedicated to the signers of the Declaration of Independence from the state of Georgia. It's also a tombstone for two of them, per the historical marker standing beside it: Dedicated July 4, 1848, in honor of the signers of the Declaration of Independence for Georgia: George Walton, Lyman Hall and Button Gwinnett. The first two lie buried in crypts beneath this shaft. The burial place of Gwinnett, whose body was to have been reinterred here, has never been found.