First of all, do feel free to use any of the photos I have taken and posted for your own purposes. I do this for you! Second, if you are related to the subject of, or involved in research of a memorial, I am happy to transfer management to you.
I was heartened (and dismayed, but at least I am not alone) by the top contributors' bios, and to a person they insisted on politeness. We are all volunteers, and everyone makes mistakes. Kindness is so important in getting things done here. There is a reason I haunt graveyards, and it isn't because I love being around people ;-)
I am as close to done with bulk uploading the recorded burials from the Hale Index for Milford Cemetery as I am going to get. There are over 5000 burials now listed on F-a-G and the Hale index is probably around 4500. I believe the greater part of the Old Section is already photographed, and those requests that go unanswered are either no longer there, illegible, or broken. Strikingly, there are stones from the late 17th century and very early 1700s that survive, but they are few.
Did you happen to take a picture of the top portion of the broken headstone? That is the part I need for proof of death. What is on the stone now is his wife Sarah's death date with no name and his son James name and date.
If you don't have a picture of the top, do you still live close enough to find it and add another picture?