Built at an angle in the grounds to arrange the church east to west. Most
Christian churches tend to bury people with their feet to the west.
The guard posts were so the relatives could protect the deceased from being dug up and
sold for a decent interval after interment.
Hanging to the left of the door is a brank or scold's bridle. A steel head-band to
keep gossip's quiet.
A tighter in view.
From ground level looking north.