I seem to be falling farther and father behind with blogging...posting my own adventures and reading YOURS..but one does what they can and goes forward. I am still about 2 weeks behind--so this trip was on March 12th.
I think I mentioned the SC National Heritage Corridor in my last post and this is one of the historic spots one can visit off that corridor. Its located between the towns of Pendleton and Clemson SC.
I love this stone work
John Rusk (check out the history of Texas the Rusk family was very influential in the history) who is buried here was one of the founding fathers of this chruch and this community. The cemetery hosts the graves of many Revolutionary Vets, War of 1812 Vets, Civil War Vets, with the oldest grave being 1795. I didnt find that one but I found many others--
This Chruch was used by the Hopewell Presbyterians until they moved to Pendleton and built a new more Antebellum style chruch.
|Rev war Vet 1891|
|Civil war vet 1918|
A Brother's Sorrow