|Second Presbyterian Church Graveyard|
1. To identify an "Old Charlestonian" to research and write about for this assignment and presentation. Unless you have already found someone from one of our previous graveyard/cemetery visits, then you must pick someone from one of these two graveyards.
2. Take photographs and document "Epic Epitaphs" for this blog post assignment. The task is to find, photograph and detail at least six graves that have, to you, interesting, touching, unusual or meaningful epitaph inscriptions. For this post, you must have some from each graveyard visited on this date. Along with photos and transcriptions of the epitaphs, include their origins (Bible, poetry, literature, songs, etc) and the name(s) of people interred and when they lived and died. Include the type of grave marker also.
|Unitarian Church Graveyard|
At 11 a.m. on Sunday we will meet at the fountain in Marion Square at the corner of Calhoun and King streets. Second Presbyterian is on the other side of Marion Square. After touring that graveyard, will walk back to campus and follow St. Philip Street down to the Unitarian Church.
The outing should take about 90 minutes, give or take.
Pictured below (left): Unitarian Church of Charleston and Second Presbyterian Church