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In 1920 Margaret E. Tyers was living with her husband and children in Lee, Fairfax, Virginia. She was married to the head of the household, and was able to read and write.

In 1880 William S. Marshall was living in Lee, Fairfax, Virginia with his family. He was 17 years old and worked on the farm.

This is a picture of Confederate prisoners at the Fairfax Courthouse. (1861-1864)

List of burials at Davis/Marshall Family cemetery. (1988)

This document located in The Virginia Room, at The Fairfax County Public Library in Fairfax City.

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows is a benevolent and Social Society. It originated in England in the 1700's some say as an offshoot of free Masonry. It came to America in the early 1800's and on the 26th of April 1819, Washington Lodge No.1 was…

Land assessment & value of Davis/Marshall Family Cemetery. (2009)

This document located in The Virginia Room, at The Fairfax County Public Library in Fairfax City.