The Family Cemeteries of Northern Virginia

This website highlights the research of undergraduate students in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University. Their research is focused on the family cemeteries of Northern Virginia and is constantly evolving as they work in local archives, libraries, and historic sites. To date, students have added more than 1,000 unique items to the database.

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Isabelle Lewis and James W. Lewis' Headstone

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Isabelle Lewis and James W. Lewis were both William and Jane Lewis' children that died at a young age. Isabelle lived from 1853-1855 and James lived…

1920 Federal Census Record of James Lewis

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1920 Federal Census Record of James Lewis, son of William Lewis, providing information on his established residency in Washington D.C., his immediate…

1900 Federal Census Record of James Lewis

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1900 Federal Census Record of James Lewis, son of William Lewis, showing his migration from the rural parts of Fairfax, VA into Washington D.C.. The…

1910 Federal Census Record of Henry R. Lewis

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1910 Federal Census of Henry R. Lewis son of William Lewis. The census provides information on his immediate family, his address, who was in his…

1900 Federal Census of Henry R. Lewis

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1900 Federal Census of Henry R. Lewis son of William Lewis. The census provides information on his immediate family, who was in his household, his…