Headstones of various stonecutting traditions in the historic cemetery at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church. The church, the second-oldest in Mecklenburg County, will retain ownership of the graveyard even if it ends up selling its property to Charlotte’s airport.
Headstones of various stonecutting traditions in the historic cemetery at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church. The church, the second-oldest in Mecklenburg County, will retain ownership of the graveyard even if it ends up selling its property to Charlotte’s airport. JEFF WILLHELM Observer File Photo
Headstones of various stonecutting traditions in the historic cemetery at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church. The church, the second-oldest in Mecklenburg County, will retain ownership of the graveyard even if it ends up selling its property to Charlotte’s airport. JEFF WILLHELM Observer File Photo

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