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Settler's Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
The oldest city-owned graveyard and the only 18th century site remaining in the center city, which has recently had a $500,000 restoration. Charlotteans were buried here from 1776-1884.




Address:
Corner of 5th & Church St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704)331-2700


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