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Kidwell/Robertson Family Cemetery, Fairfax, VA
A look into the lives of the Scott Family, a very prominent family in Fairfax County in the 18th and 19th century.
Davis/Marshall Family Cemetery. Davis Family.
The Hicks Family Cemetery existed roughly between 1912 and 1965 in Arlington County, Virginia; it was located on property owned by William H. Hicks, and later Theodore Hicks, before it was condemned by the State Highway Commission in 1960 to make room for the expansion of Lee Highway (at which point the headstones were reportedly moved to the cemetery of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Herndon, Virginia).
This exhibit features the lives and deaths of 16 residents of Frying Pan Park Baptist Church Cemetery located in Floris, VA. Included are biibliographies of all 16 people, history about the cemetery and the meeting house/Frying Pan Baptist Church, and a glance into the lives of Fairfax County citizens between 1800 and 1950.
The Chapman Family Cemetery is located on Bull Run Mountain in Thoroughfare, Virginia just uphill from the old Beverley Mill. The Mill, which is visible from Interstate 66 as it passes through Manassas Gap (between Prince William and Fauquier Counties) was the Chapman family's business during the Civil War. The ruins of the Mill and of the Chapman family home, Meadowland, are now managed by Turn the Mill Around, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The cemetery is on the adjacent property of the Bull Run Conservancy.