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1850 Tax Map showing the boundaries for land owned by Hudson Bennett (2 of 2)

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Image taken from the 1860 Slave Schedules for Loudoun Co., Va. Shows that Henry J. O'Bannon owned one female slave, aged 12.

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An airline map of streets in Arlington and Alexandria, including the street layout of where the Hicks cemetery would have been located. The cemetery would have been to the north of 22nd Street North, to the west of the intersection with Lee Highway.

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A picture of the Frying Pan Meeting House adjacent to the cemetery.

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Headstone belonging to Charlotte Hunt Robey. (May 16, 1843- October 8, 1919)

Located at Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, Va.

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Headstone belonging to Lewis H. Robey (Dec 29, 1837 - January 2, 1911)

Located at Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, VA.

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Headstone belonging to Susan Kitchen Hunt ( July 31 1806- February 4, 1892).

Located at Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, VA.

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Headstone belonging to Elbridge G. Hutchison (1853-1935)

Inscription reads:
"He who dies believing dies safely through thy love."

Located at Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, VA.

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Headstone belonging to Martha G. O'bannon (June 6, 1839- Sept 12, 1902) wife of Henry J. O'bannon ( Aug 5 1831-Nov 12, 1920).

Located in Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, VA.

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Headstone belonging to Henry J. O'bannon (Aug 5 1831-Nov 12 1920) . Husband of Martha E. O'bannon (June 6 1839-Sept 12 1902)

Recipient of the Southern Cross of Honor.

Located in Frying Pan Baptist Church, Herndon, VA.
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