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The Woodyard Family Cemetery was established at the death of ex-Confederate soldier Lewis Woodyard in 1908. He died at the age of 67 and...

ALL IN THE FAMILY- KISSING COUSINS Davises abound in Fairfax County. In the 1860 census, there were 22 male Davises listed as head of a...

In the 1800s, William Gooding farmed and operated a tavern in Annandale, Virginia. In Mr. Gooding's will, he indicated that a section of his...

There are four headstones and at least twelve additional graves marked by field stones. The Fairfax Herald reported in 1930 and 1933 that the...

The cemetery is located approximately 50 feet off a road and behind a small grove of trees. There are eleven markers and an undetermined...

The cemetery is tucked away in an undeveloped area of Fairfax County reached by Blue Topaz Lane and a dirt road. The earliest burial...

In a 1994 survey, this cemetery was described as wooded and neglected. Today, in 2009, the cemetery is surrounded by an iron fence and...

On a dreary day in April, a FCCPA member led interested  Oakton residents in surveying the Fox  Family cemetery. An old, deteriorating fence  surrounded...

This small cemetery is the resting place of Laura Ratcliffe Hanna, who was born in Fairfax City and grew up near Herndon, Virginia. During...

AMERICAN REVOLUTION SOLDIERS GRAVES FOUND Today, the Wickliff / Kincheloe family cemetery is protected by its location on parkland of Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, but...