The Historic Cemetery at St. Paul's Church
The Historic Cemetery at St. Paul's Church: One of the oldest continuously used burial yards in the country, the St. Paul's cemetery contains legible gravestones from the early 18th century through the 21st century.


National parks have many stories to tell about events that happened at or near them in the days before they became parks. To read some of those stories, click onto the category links below:

Stories: Sestercentennial- Recognizing the 250th Anniversary of St. Paul's Church.

Stories: The American Revolution

Stories: The Civil War Era

Stories: Village Green

To learn about the story of St. Paul's and World War II, we invite you to read the text for our exhibition, "A Special Role: St. Paul's Church and World War II."

Explore a particular aspect of the St. Paul's experience in the Second World War by
learning about Elizabeth Weigle, daughter of the church's minister at the time, who served with the Red Cross, and the Marines, in the Pacific theater.

Last updated: November 17, 2020

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