Cloudy skies with a few showers this afternoon. High 76F. Winds SSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 30%.. Rain early…then remaining cloudy with showers overnight. Low 57F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall near a half an inch. The light is at the first en­trance to Wildwood Ceme­te­ry, at a gate originally bought by Dr. Mrs. France Hiller in the 1890s. Dr. Hiller, Wilming­ton’s famed “Casket Woman” provided for many improvements and expansion at the cemetery. She had long had a fixation with death, and the money to make elaborate funeral prep­arations. In the 1880s, she hired a Scottish woodcarver to prepare elaborate mahogany coffins for her and her husband. Dr. Henry Hiller, though, died before his outer coffin was ready. The coffin maker worked in a building on Middlesex Ave­nue. Dr. Mrs. Hiller would go there in her funeral clothes and lie in her coffin, looking at herself in a mirror. The Hillers had moved to Wil­mington from Cape Cod about 1875. Dr. Henry Hiller sold a patent medicine and be­came quite wealthy. He served the town as auditor of ac­counts in 1877, and again in the mid 1880s. He was a li­brary trustee in the late 1870s. When the to...