Historic Cold Spring Presbyterian Church


July 21, 2009 by MrBlueSkies

Semi-Wordless Wednesday

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I’ve never really participated in any Wordless Wednesdays so I decided to give it a try. Of course, I can’t be totally wordless so it’s a semi-wordless Wednesday.  Over the weekend, I went to Cape May with my buddy, Bob, from work. On the way there, we came across a really cool historic church with an even cooler historic graveyard.  We jumped out of the car and I snapped a whole bunch of pictures.  We also got to go inside the church but they were doing a tour and I didn’t get a chance to take any indoor pictures.

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Check out the rest of the pictures after the break.  You can click on each picture to make them larger and see the details…

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6 thoughts on “Historic Cold Spring Presbyterian Church

  1. Dave says:

    Nice pictures, Preston. I dig ’em.

    There is a cemetery near us in Signal Hill that has some amazing headstones and area where children are buried (with small headstones). When I took pictures there years ago I got the chills being there. Weird, sad, yet comforting.

    There are also some Civil War and Spanish-American War headstones at the cemetery where half of my family is buried. Not as old as the ones you have here but still cool.

    Sadly, cemeteries are the only place we’re all finally equal…

  2. Kim Z says:

    These are great pictures!!! Hope you had fun too at the shore…

  3. Jori says:

    Awesome pics! Stopping by from SITS to say hi! =)

  4. Jaina says:

    Wow, what a neat place! You got some incredible pictures!

  5. grannyann says:

    what a neat old church and cemetery. Don’t you love to read the old epitaphs? Thanks for the tour.

  6. Willliam L Freeman says:

    I have about 200 relatives buried at this cemetery. Grandfather/mother, G Grandfather, GG Grandfather, GGG Grandfather. and families…..
    Many Mayflower decedents in this cemetery.

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