Very interesting and kinda sad at the same time. I do enjoy wandering about old cemeteries, though. Thanks for this trip!
Thank you. This is so my kind of thing.Love the window air conditioner too.
Thanks Tanya for sharing at Tuesday's Treasures this week. Cemeteries and the history they hold is indeed a treasure. I hope that your life in constantly fill with treasures and please return again soon.
This is a fabulous reportage Tanya. I love the road and what a find at the end of it... Sad that so many graves are anonymous...
Wow! Really atmospheric! so much history in one place!
Such an interesting cemeteries. I really enjoy walking about a good old cemetery!
So sad...it is sad no one that even knows who is buried where.
Wow, talk about history! I like the old church!
Poignant and sad, Tanya. A place full of memory.
Great photos! I love old cemeteries!
Though some of the markers are in poor shape it appears that the cemetery is cared for which is good.
I love the old church. It looks like it is being used and being taken care of with the a/c unit. That is good!
It certainly is a peaceful yet poignant place. 30 inches? I certainly hope not for all your sakes. I looked at our weather map on line and they are telling us 3 to 5 inches.
Interesting post. I suppose that either during the Civil War or immediately after, the relatives of the slaves moved away.
Wow. Lots of history here.
A walk through history!
thanks for the history lesson. i thoroughly enjoyed your post.have a nice day!dropping by via denise to say hi.:)
Oh how sad to think that there are unmarked graves. This was a super post from beginning to end, Tanya.
This is something that I love to do and you have photographed it so well.
Wonderful post with great shots.
I love this! Dotie M Witt is my great great grandmother and this church and cemetery was built by members of my family and holds our family plot. Thank you for giving it recognition.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)