Projects and Programs

Projects and Programs

Honoring Those Who Served During the Civil War Program presented by the Fairfax County Cemetery Preservation Association (FCCPA) During the Civil War,  the unprecedented number...

In 1804, David Stuart purchased Ossian Hall and 831 acres.  He and his wife Eleanor Calvert Custis Stuart raised their children at Ossian Hall. ...

The research about this cemetery leaves several unanswered questions.  Allegedly two "Robertson" children were buried there in the 1950s. In the early 1960s, it...

A small stand of trees, which is covered with periwinkle is rumored to be a cemetery.  Surveyors noted possible field stones, which might mark...

Three unmarked cemeteries are located on property which was once part of the Ravensworth tract,  belonging to William Fitzhugh.  In the late 1700s, William...

Clark's Chapel was built in 1910 by Rev. R.B. Clark.  There are approximately 10 marked burials in the small cemetery.  The surveyors noticed that...

Woodlawn Baptist church, which was founded in 1868, was received into the Southern Baptist Convention the following year.  The church building was constructed in...

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

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

The Watters cemetery is located off of Linway Terrace in McLean, Virginia.  In the center of the graveyard is a tall obelisk for Rev....