Frank Genello, a conservator out of Charleston, inspects a damaged tombstone on Monday at Old Sheldon Church. The tombstone was one of several knocked over and smashed by vandals over the weekend, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage, according to the caretaker.
Frank Genello, a conservator out of Charleston, inspects a damaged tombstone on Monday at Old Sheldon Church. The tombstone was one of several knocked over and smashed by vandals over the weekend, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage, according to the caretaker. Jay Karr, Staff photo
Frank Genello, a conservator out of Charleston, inspects a damaged tombstone on Monday at Old Sheldon Church. The tombstone was one of several knocked over and smashed by vandals over the weekend, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage, according to the caretaker. Jay Karr, Staff photo

Vandals damage Old Sheldon Church gravestones

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