A very respectable between-the-wars mausoleum, with the flatter top that had become fashionable on classical mausoleums in the early twentieth century. This one is made of expensive polished granite.
Father Pitt guesses from the style that this mausoleum is from the middle twentieth century. The cemetery records (volunteer-maintained) give us only a row of question marks for the death dates of Mr. Golden and his family. The polished granite is impressive, and there is a good stained-glass window inside.