The ‘All Seeing Eye’ of the Masonic Lodge is part of an old wrought iron fence in the original section of this cemetery. It marks parts of the boundary of the Masons grave sites.
This makes sense, one of the oldest streets in Charleston is Lodge Alley. A Masonic lodge was built in the 10 foot wide, cobble stone walkway in 1773. The French Quarter is home to one of the oldest lodge’s in the US.
Some of the original head stones are too old worn to read the details.
The Charleston lodge was the site of one of the first ‘Liberty Boys’ meetings that started the US revolution.