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During the war graves were moved for the soldiers camp and for the placement of horses. Interesting info which is evident with the headstones lined up along the wall to the left of the entrance. The people buried here were all from the mid 1700's...More
I desperately wish I could have read more tombstones and heard more stories. There is some amazing history contained here. My companion and I walked around quite a bit and read historical markers but it didn't feel like enough for the richness contained there!
Came upon this cemetery just walking around Savannah. It is so very old some if not most of the tombstone need attention the names and dates are gone. It was beautiful to be in and such respect shown to the fallen heros
We wandered through this cemetery during the day as it is locked at night. We had been on the Ghost City Tour the night before and as it was where the tour started, we wanted to go inside and check it out. Just a very...More
The cemetery dates back to the 1700s and has some interesting history to go with it. Some of the old headstones and historical markers are pretty neat. It only takes a few minutes to walk through if you're close by it's worth checking out.