Isn't it beautiful? This is the Bridgetown Methodist Church. You can read about some of its history on this form from the Maryland Historical Trust and see a few older photos of the building.
Many of the graves were too worn to be read. There were even some headstones in plant growing in the background.
How's this for a final resting place?! It was so peaceful on the day we stopped and there was a wonderful slight breeze.
The two headstones above belong to a married couple. From what I've found online, the weeping willow symbolizes mourning and grief. I'm always fascinated by the meanings of symbols used on headstones. This site has a pretty extensive list of symbols and their meanings.
This sign in front of the church shows just how old this lovely spot really is!