This 1700's church now sits in ruin
Old Sheldon Church was originally known as Prince William's Parish Church, it was built in the Greek Revival style between 1745 and 1753. It was burned down by the British in 1779 during the Revolutionary War. In 1826, it was rebuilt and burned again by General Sherman in February 1865. What remains today is the ruins of this once beautiful structure, and the several gravesites that sit along side of it. Inside the ruins of the church is the burial site of Colonel William Bull, known to be one of keys to establishing the physical layout of Savannah, Georgia. We are Brittany and Jay and we travel full time in our RV, bringing to newsbreak the best content from around the country. Follow us here for tips on what to do and see in your local area, for your next vacation, or just to see where we end up next.
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