Cemetery Clean-Ups

Cemetery Clean-Ups

This African American Cemetery, located in Vienna at 8329 Wolf Trap Rd in a subdivision near Freedom Hill Elementary, is a less than a...

The Haley (also spelled Halley, pronounced Holly) Family Cemetery is located in the Fairfax Villa subdivision off of Ox Road (Route 123). The Haleys'...

In early 2010, a marker was located in Great Falls, three miles from the cemetery in Herndon. The marker for Little Ray was frozen to...

Boy Scout Troop 1100 of Burke, Virginia completed a clean up at the Simpson Cemetery in Clifton in September 2010. Brush was cleared and...

This cemetery received much attention in 1994 when home construction developed around it. The builders cleaned up debris and fenced in the cemetery. A...

Members of Girl Scout Troop 1255 braved the heat in August of 2010 to clean up this neighborhood cemetery. Although the family names of...

Lee Chapel was built in 1871 as a Methodist Episcopal Church and named in honor of Robert E. Lee. The Chapel replaced Mount Carmel...

In a project planned and led by an Eagle Scout candidate, Boy Scout Troop 1983 cleared brush, cleaned markers, and constructed a new path...

The Jermantown Cemetery was established in 1868 for black residents who could not be buried in the Fairfax City Cemetery near the courthouse. For...

In April 2010, a cleanup project in the Day Family Cemetery, Vienna, was led by an Eagle Scout candidate. Approximately 20 scouts, leaders and...