A compendium of true and truly eccentric epitaphs, such as:  John Tyrwitt: He died in a fit after drinking Port Wine, April 3rd 1828… or… Major James Brush who was killed by the accidental discharge of a pistol by his orderly: 14th April 1831 ‘Well done, good and faithful servant’ (Someone wasn’t thinking about how that would read!)  and this one, very succint: Thorpe’s Corpse.