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Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Washington Aqueduct Cemetery ID: 276


Alternate Name: Stonecutter Cemetery, Rayner Cemetery
Address: North side of MacArthur Blvd. at Great Falls entrance station to C&O Canal.
Town: Great Falls

ADC Map: 33 Grid: H-9

Cemetery Association: Community

Setting: Forested Condition: Good

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 12+ Date range of burials: c.1855-1861

Description: Cemetery is on a hillside near parking lot for C&O Canal Park. See map in file.
Stones are scattered on hillside. 1 artfully carved stone for Matthew Rayner and several cruder
fieldstones with initials. Others are uncarved fieldstones.

Comments: Listed in the National Register as contributing to the Washington Aqueduct National
Register Property. See transcriptions and drawingins of stones in file

Survey date: 3/12/2005

Historic Status: National Register listed (contributing structure)

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Unknown Family Cemetery ID: 277


Alternate Name: National Park Seminary Cemetery
Address: In Rock Creek Park off Ireland Drive
Town: Forest Glen

ADC Map: 36 Grid: F-7

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Forested Condition: Excellent

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 1+ Date range of burials: unknown

Description: One large uncarved stone. Larger than most fieldstones and roughly squared at
edges. Located in woods about 100 feet south of path down to Rock Creek. On property
formerly owned by National Park Seminary and prior to that was a tobacco plantation.

Comments:

Survey date: 10/22/2005

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Walker Family Cemetery ID: 278


Alternate Name: Mendelshonn Terrace
Address: 11801 Bethesda Church Road
Town: Browningsville

ADC Map: 3 Grid: H-4

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Rural Condition: Relocated

Negative Impacts:

Burials: unknown Date range of burials: unknown

Description: Information from phone conversation with Eunice Walker, owner. Remains from
the family cemetery of George W. Walker were moved to Bethesda United Methodist Church
cemetery in Browningsville.

Comments:

Survey date: 4/8/2005

Historic Status: MP 10/12 Mendelshonn Terrace

Additional Sources: Cavicchi, p.144

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Ball Family Cemetery ID: 279


Alternate Name:
Address: 11807 Dinwiddie Drive (current location of stones)
Town: Rockville

ADC Map: 29 Grid: C-13

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Relocated

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 2+ Date range of burials: c.1855-1862

Description: Mrs. Ann Pritchard, owner of house from 1940s-1983 said she moved headstones
out of the roadway when I-270 was being constructed in 1950s. She took them off their bases
and relocated them to her backyard.

Comments: The relocated stones are for Lawrence Ball, d. June 10, 1855 and Eliza Ball, d. Nov.
24, 1862.

Survey date: 4/30/2005

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Selby Family Cemetery ID: 280


Alternate Name:
Address: Vicinity of Shady Grove Road/Rockville Pike
Town: Gaithersburg

ADC Map: 19 Grid: J-12 vic

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Urban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 1+ Date range of burials: Unknown

Description: Location unknown. One burial (possibly more) moved to St. Mary's cemetery in
Rockville.

Comments:

Survey date: 1/19/2007

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Brighton Centennial Church ID: 281


Alternate Name:
Address:
Town: Brighton

ADC Map: Grid:

Cemetery Association: Free Black

Setting: Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Date range of burials:

Description: Location unknown- contact is John Kelly

Comments:

Survey date:

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Posey Family Cemetery ID: 282


Alternate Name:
Address: Goldsboro Road vicinity
Town: Bethesda

ADC Map: 35 Grid: H/J-13 vic

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Unknown Date range of burials: 19th century

Description: Ann Posey's 1845 will states that she is to be buried in the burying ground on Peter
D. Posey's farm. Will Abstracts Liber JWA-1 folio 40. Posey lived in Bethesda area just south of
Goldsboro Road between River Road and Little Falls.

Comments: See 1865 Martenet & Bond Map and 1879 Hopkins Atlas.

Survey date: 1/20/2007

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Plummer-Hays Family Cemetery ID: 284


Alternate Name:
Address: Location unknown
Town: Barnesville vicinity

ADC Map: 0 Grid: 0

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Unknown Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts: Unknown

Burials: 4+ Date range of burials: 1833-?

Description: Will of Mary Plummer states that her administrator was to erect tombstones for her
parents and sister, Sarah Plummer and John C. Got and enclose burial grounds, which was on
land belonging to Leonard I. Hays.

Comments: See Abstract of Wills, Liber RWC-6, folio 64.

Survey date: 1/20/2007

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Hempstone Family Cemetery ID: 286


Alternate Name: Hanover, Charline Manor
Address: 19501 Darnestown Road
Town: Beallsville

ADC Map: 16 Grid: D/E-2 vic

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Rural Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 4+ Date range of burials: 1820s

Description: Location unknown. Believed to be on property of Hanover, which was owned by


William Hempstone and later the Griffith family. There are also Native American and Civil War
burials on the property. Hempstone transcriptions in file.

Comments: Record at MC Historical Society says headstone for Major William Hempstone (Rev
War) was moved to Monocacy Cemetery, but only a stone for Armistead Hempstone was found.

Survey date: 1/12/2007

Historic Status: MP 17/2

Additional Sources: Cavicchi, p. 160, Historic Graves of MD, p. 181. Farquhar, p. 112

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Keith Family Cemetery ID: 288


Alternate Name:
Address: Off Comus Road
Town: Comus vic.

ADC Map: Grid:

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Rural Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Unknown Date range of burials: Unknown

Description: Cemetery on Keith-Pearre farm off Comus Road. Stones were removed after
Chestnut trees harvested from burial ground. Supposedly Laura Jane Nicholson Keith, wife of
James N. Keith was buried here. Behind Pearre House on Comus Road near Slidell Road

Comments: Possibly same as Pearre Cemetery, see ID no. 22.

Survey date: 1/20/2007

Historic Status:

Additional Sources: Dona Cuttler, History of Comus, p. 79

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Green Family Cemetery ID: 289


Alternate Name:
Address: Vicinity of 1201 Gold Mine Road
Town: Brookeville

ADC Map: 22 Grid: A-2 vic

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts: Not located

Burials: 2+ Date range of burials: 1815-1818

Description: Not located. Major Richard Green and wife Sarah were on a farm owned by Joseph
Janney near Brookeville. Deeds for property in this area do not refer to a cemetery.

Comments: Current owner of 1201 Gold Mine Road does not know of a cemetery in the area.

Survey date: 6/30/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources: Historic Graves of Maryland

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Slave and Native American Cemetery ID: 290


Alternate Name:
Address: Vicinity of Miles Road
Town: Burtonsville

ADC Map: 32 Grid: B-4 vic

Cemetery Association: Slave, Native American

Setting: Urban Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Unknown Date range of burials: Unknown

Description: According to "Burtonsville Heritage," Roy Miles recalls Native American or Slave
cemetery on Miles property off Miles Road.

Comments:

Survey date: 1/19/2007

Historic Status:

Additional Sources: "Burtonsville Heritage" by Elizabeth Lord, p. 13.

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Thompson Family Cemetery ID: 292


Alternate Name:
Address: West side of Slidell Road just south of Comus Road
Town: Clarksburg

ADC Map: 8 Grid: F-4 vic

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Unknown Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Unknown Date range of burials: c. 1873

Description:

Comments: Richard Thompson's will provided for a fence to be put around his family burying
ground. Will dates to 1870, probated 1874.

Survey date: 7/15/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Boswell Family Cemetery ID: 294


Alternate Name:
Address: 205 Ashton Road
Town: Ashton

ADC Map: 22 Grid: D-7

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 1+ Date range of burials: 1917

Description: There is no evidence of a cemetery on this property. Current owners unaware of a


cemetery. Susan Boswell was buried on the Boswell Farm in 1917 - see Genealogy Abstracts and
other info in file.

Comments:

Survey date: 7/20/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Snyder Family Cemetery ID: 295


Alternate Name:
Address: Location unknown
Town: Gaithersburg

ADC Map: 0 Grid:

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts:

Burials: 1+ Date range of burials:

Description: Location of cemetery unknown. According to Genealogical Abstracts, Thomas


Snyder was buried on his farm in Gaithersburg. See file for more information.

Comments:

Survey date: 7/20/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Claggett (William) Family Cemetery ID: 296


Alternate Name:
Address: Location unknown
Town: Gaithersburg

ADC Map: 0 Grid:

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Suburban Condition: Lost

Negative Impacts:

Burials: unknown Date range of burials: 1883

Description: William L. Claggett was buried in the family burying ground on the Briggs Farm
near Gaithersburg. Claggetts and Briggs were inter-married. See Genealogical Abstracts and
other info in file.

Comments:

Survey date: 7/20/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Civil War Burials ID: 297


Alternate Name:
Address: Warfiled Road east of Woodfield Road, adjacent to golf course
Town: Laytonsville

ADC Map: 11 Grid: C-12

Cemetery Association: Civil War

Setting: Suburban Condition: Fair

Negative Impacts:

Burials: unknown Date range of burials: c. 1862-65

Description: This empty field shows no evidence of burials. There probably never were
gravemarkers.

Comments:

Survey date: 7/15/2006

Historic Status:

Additional Sources: Mike Dwyer, County Historian

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Etchison Family Cemetery ID: 299


Alternate Name:
Address: 6955 Annapolis Rock Road
Town: Etchison

ADC Map: 5 Grid: D-9/10

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Rural/Forested Condition: Poor

Negative Impacts: Overgown

Burials: 6 Date range of burials: 1845-1862

Description: According to owner, P.G. Etchison owned all surrounding land until c. 1880 when
Hiltons bought part. Owned by Hilton-Snyders since then but they are not buried here. Only
known burials are children of P.G. Etchison.

Comments: Located about 75 yards off right front corner of historic Etchison House. Somewhat
overgrown although current owner does maintain it. He remembers 5 or 6 stones as a child; 3
visible now (and 1 footstone) See transcriptions in file.

Survey date: 11/25/2006

Historic Status: MP 15/23 Perry Etchison House

Additional Sources: Cavicchi, p. 141

Run date: 8/30/2007


Montgomery County Cemeteries

Name: Dawson Family Cemetery ID: 300


Alternate Name:
Address: Location unknown
Town: Dawsonville

ADC Map: 0 Grid:

Cemetery Association: Family

Setting: Condition: Unknown

Negative Impacts:

Burials: Date range of burials:

Description: Stone of John Dawson found in 1970s by Gretchen Minners in field. Other graves
believed to have been moved to Monocacy Cemetery.

Comments:

Survey date:

Historic Status:

Additional Sources:

Run date: 8/30/2007