• Thursday, January 9, 2014

The Very Rev. John Burwell of the Church of the Holy Cross and members of the Rebecca Motte Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution attended the dedication ceremony and re-internment of bones at the Historic Church of St. Thomas and St. Denis 1706. This Cainhoy church is the property of the Church of the Holy Cross (Episcopal).


The Rebecca Motte Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, and The Church of the Holy Cross, The Very Reverend John Burwell, Rector, held a service of Re-interment of Bones in the cemetery of the Historic Church of St. Thomas and St. Denis, 1706. The bones were excavated during the restoration of the cemetery which was made possible though a grant from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and matching funds from the Church of the Holy Cross and the Society of St. Thomas and St. Denis.


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