Friday, June 09, 2017


The kind of cemetery you could afford to build for your family in the late 1700s if you were a Revolutionary War hero, had a plantation of over 1,000 acres, and owned about thirty slaves (some of whom were masons) to build it for you for free.

Looking out of the cemetery toward former plantation land.

Every time I stop here to look at this place I am impressed by the masonry work.


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