Cemetery Surveys

Cemetery Surveys

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

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

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

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

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

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

Believed to be Talbert Family Cemetery At a request of a neighbor, a surveyor visited the cemetery. The neighbor knew that Talbert family members were...

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

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...