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As a history buff (whatever a "buff" is) you will see a lot of historical burials here, including the Alston family, Pawley, and governor Carol Campbell. The old sanctuary is so neat to see as well. Great way to spend and hour.
Our three grandchildren (8,6,5) love to visit old cemeteries and make up their own stories about the people who are buried there. They love the story of Alice Flagg and wanted to visit All Saints and try to find her gravesite. We did find it...More
We originally came to pay respects to Alice Flagg. If you really want to make your trip to this cemetery worthwhile, check out the history or Alice and how she died of a broken heart. I won't give it all away, so not to ruin...More
Our involvement, as travelers passing through, is limited to one of the Bible Study groups and a social event. The people here are so welcoming, and the spiritual life seems so genuine and uplifting. You will enjoy your visit here.
Learning about the history of this pre-Revolutionary Parish, and all that has followed is a great experience for those who love history. The Parish of All Saints continues to make "history" in every century it has existed! A wonderful place to visit and to enjoy...More