While not a complete list, the following represents and outline of some of Stone Conservation Services most prominent projects.
Boston Parks and Recreation Department, Boston, MA – Rebuilt box tomb of Mary Chilton, the first woman to disembark from the Mayflower. The tomb is located in the historic Kings Chapel Burying Ground in Boston.
Circular Congregational Church (circa 1892), Charleston, SC – Restored brick and stone tombs in historic church graveyard.
Old Sheldon Church (circa 1745), Yemassee, SC – Restored stone tablet headstones throughout the historic church graveyard.
The Parish Church of Saint Helena (circa 1724), Beaufort, SC – Restored stone tablet headstones and brick and stone box tombs.
Catholic Cemetery, Savannah, GA – Restored broken wings and carved a missing hand on an angle statue at the tomb of Mollie MacDonald.
Lafayette Cemetery, New Orleans, LA – Rebuilt portion of a large mausoleum located in historic Lafayette Cemetery.
Chapel of Ease, St. Helena Island, SC – Restored stone tablet head stones and a brownstone mausoleum.
Bethel United Methodist Church (circa 1797), Charleston, SC – Restored large ledger grave stones at historic graveyard adjacent to Bethel United Methodist Church.
Screven County Confederate Monument (circa 1901), Sylvania, GA – Restored and cleaned marble base and statue of a Confederate Soldier located in Screven Cemetery.
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