The Baynard Mausoleum is photographed in August 2014. The oldest intact structure on Hilton Head Island could soon get a facelift. A historic-preservation group is asking the federal government for a grant to restore the Baynard Mausoleum, a 160-year-old stone building in the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery at Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway.
The Baynard Mausoleum is photographed in August 2014. The oldest intact structure on Hilton Head Island could soon get a facelift. A historic-preservation group is asking the federal government for a grant to restore the Baynard Mausoleum, a 160-year-old stone building in the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery at Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway. Staff photo
The Baynard Mausoleum is photographed in August 2014. The oldest intact structure on Hilton Head Island could soon get a facelift. A historic-preservation group is asking the federal government for a grant to restore the Baynard Mausoleum, a 160-year-old stone building in the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery at Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway. Staff photo

Hilton Head group pushes to restore island's oldest structure

September 01, 2014 5:30 PM

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