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Magnolia Cemetery: Biggest Most Elaborate Monuments

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Magnolia Cemetery: Charleston's Best Kept Secret
You can't talk about the history of Charleston S.C. and not mention the beautiful, historic Magnolia Cemetery . The cemetery was founded in 1849 and is one of Charleston's best kept secrets. Magnolia Cemetery gate Sign located at entrance The cemetery was p...

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Magnolia Cemetery: Charleston's Best Kept Secret
Sign located at entrance You can't talk about the history of Charleston S.C. and not mention the beautiful, historic  Magnolia Cemetery . The cemetery was founded in 1849 and is one of Charleston's best kept secrets. Magnolia Cemetery gate The cemetery was ...

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Magnolia Cemetery: Charleston's Best Kept Secret
Sign located at entrance You can't talk about the history of Charleston S.C. and not mention the beautiful, historic Magnolia Cemetery. The cemetery was founded in 1849 and is one of Charleston's best kept secrets. Magnolia Cemetery gate The cemetery was pa...

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Magnolia Cemetery: Charleston's Best Kept Secret
Sign located at entrance You can't talk about the history of Charleston S.C. and not mention the beautiful, historic Magnolia Cemetery. The cemetery was founded in 1849 and is one of Charleston's best kept secrets. Magnolia Cemetery gate

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Magnolia Cemetery: Biggest Most Elaborate Monuments

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Beverly Donald: The Woman Behind Charleston's Best Kept Secret
Magnolia Cemetery is the oldest public cemetery in
Charleston S.C. dating back to 1849 when it was founded.  This cemetery is full of elaborate monuments dedicated to the elite historian figures of Charleston, but it is also still a full service cemetery wh...

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Magnolia Cemetery's Award Winning Grand Oak Tree: "Grandfather Oak"
Earlier this month the grand oak tree located in  Magnolia Cemetery  won the non-profit award by the  Charleston Horticultural Society . The "Grandfather Oak,"a name the members at the cemetery gave the tree, was nominated for this award by Alys Anne Wiedek...
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