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I came here on the recommendation of the Coffee House owner. I'm so glad I did. The serenity of the surrounding arboretum and enclosed cemetery was comforting as I was far from home. A lot of history here and makes one want to read more...More
This is a beautiful church, but the graveyard and grounds surrounding this church is even more spectacular. The trees are some of the most unusual types you will ever see. I just love walking around in there.
The churchyard and the church are a must see if you are driving anywhere near the area. On National Registrar of Historic Places. The churchyard is a beautiful almost 200 year old arboretum and the trees from around the world are labeled..
The cemetery and church are very beautiful,. Both have an interesting history. A very peaceful visit. Be sure to check out the history of the cemetery plantings. The church is very striking. A very peaceful visit.
We were just driving through so I went on tripadvisor to see things to do. I'm glad I did. We grabbed a cool drink and went through the cemetery. It's beautiful Nd peaceful and contemplative. A nice sidetrack from the driving. I glad we stopped....More
This church was built in 1833. The churchyard has many of the original plantings from 1842 through 1889. Some of the notable people buried in the cemetery are William Pender (one of the youngest generals in the Civil War) and Henry Clark (a governor of...More