I realize cemeteries aren't everyone's cup of tea but I find them fascinating. This one is very old and was started on an old plantation as a family cemetery back in the 1700s. It isn't in Savannah proper but in a suburb to she south called Thunderbolt.
Rob and I wandered around the grounds for a while yesterday until it got too dark to take photographs. It was a bit foggy but I think it added to the atmosphere. I think the Spanish Moss in the trees was perfect for a cemetery as well.
|Gracie Watson's resting place|
|Sculpture of Gracie|
There are so many different styles of monuments, some are very old and others are quite new. The cemetery is still accepting burials.
|The Sulter Family Plot|
|This beautiful monument was visible from far away.|
|Beautiful and ornate fence and posts|
|The Military Section of the Cemetery|
|Adler - Grecian Columns|