Willam Lindsay at Laurel Hill

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William Lindsay, Revolutionary War patriot, built the Lindsay Family Home, "Laurel Hill," about 1766. The home stands about 100 yards southeast of...

Sydenstricker United Methodist Church Cemetery

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The original white frame church opened @1911. Today, most church activities take place in the modern church building across the street. The...

Sons and Daughters of Liberty Cemetery

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In 1907 one fourth of an acre was deeded to the Ebenezer Lodge, No. 14 of the Sons and Daughter of Liberty,...

Wilkes Street Cemetery Complex

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In 1804 the Alexandria Common Council declared that no new cemeteries could open within the city limits. Nor could any new burial...

Vale Methodist Church Cemetery

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The church cemetery of approximately 100 burials is well maintained and is an active cemetery.  The church congregation originally met in the...

Unnamed Cemetery – Lovingston Circle Springfield, Virginia

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Believed to be Talbert Family Cemetery At a request of a neighbor, a surveyor visited the cemetery. The neighbor...

Thompson Family Cemetery at Thompson Road and West Ox Road in...

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At the request of neighbors, a surveyor visited the cemetery. Family records indicate that there are 23 including ten children buried there....

St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel Cemetery

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The cemetery is located on Lincolnia Road, Alexandria Virginia.  A chapel was constructed in 1887. This mission church was connected to the...

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery

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In 1867, Charles and Eliza Brown of Westchester, New York deeded one acre of land to the "Freed Men of Fairfax County." ...

Covert Family Cemetery

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This cemetery, which is in the heart of suburbia, is very overgrown with  waist-high poison ivy and other invasive plants.  There are...