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Burton Parish Church - Williamburg, VA 1716

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I have actually installed many Colonial Replica shaped brick like that on college and government buildings, to match existing buildings. I suppose, in all honesty, there is no detail that you will see in these photos that I have not formed and installed during my masonry career. I actually used to lay out, cut by hand and install, without a table saw, jack arches.

About the only thing I never got to do was erect an industrial smoke stack. I always wanted to, but they don't build many of those anymore. My brother, who passed away a couple years ago, had the pleasure in Baltimore, MD.

The old fellow inside the church stated that this building was constructed in 1716. I did not know of the other previous buildings.

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