I thought you might appreciate a context for the recent cemetery series:
Occupying a beautiful vista over rolling farmland, the Forks of the Brandywine Presbyterian Church in West Brandywine Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania was founded September 26, 1735 on the colonial frontier forty miles west of Philadelphia. Mills, farming, and a nearby iron furnace served as the local industries. The cornerstone of the current sanctuary was laid on August 7, 1875.
As I visit other graveyards (maybe even some venerable ones in Philadelphia itself), I'll be sure to give you a little tour of those too.