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Hazzard-Wilson Cemetery
Robinsonville, Sussex County, Delaware

Lat: 38° 41' 12"N, Lon: 75° 11' 54"W

Contributed by Ernest H Wilson, Aug 08, 2008, last edited Jul 24, 2010 [ehwilson65@aol.com]. Total records = 13.

From Lewes Delaware, at Jct. of route 1 & 9, go west on route 9 approx. 100 yards to 1st light. Turn left, go to dead end and turn right on Beaverdam road (Rt. 23). Go approx. 2 mi. & turn left on Kendale road. Take 1st right on Will King road. Follow about 1 mile and Chapel Green Housing Development is on left.

Maps show it just west of Robinsonville DE on Kendale Road, south onto Will King Road for one mile, left onto Aintree Drive, then right onto Autumnwood Way. Bet. #29 & 31 Autumnwood Way.

This cemetery has not been maintained, and it has exceptional massive overgrowth. Two markers found facing down. Only one standing marker.

I visited and walked this cemetery on Aug 01, 2008. This includes all existing and legible stones and markers found at that time plus additions added from a previous 1928 reading.

- Ernest H Wilson

* = from June 1928 Hudson transcription

Hazzard, Annie, b. 1807, d. 1884, w/o Wm.
Hazzard, child1, no dates, s/w Annie and William E
Hazzard, child2, no dates, s/w Annie and William E
Hazzard, child3, no dates, s/w Annie and William E
Hazzard, child4, no dates, s/w Annie and William E
Hazzard, William E, b. 1804, d. 1868
Milby, Zadoc, d. 20 May 1857, age, 45yr 7mo 15da *
Robinson, Joshua B, d. 13 Feb 1860, age, 45yr *
Walls, Eli, d. 16 Mar 1878, age, 75yr 4mo 25da *
Wilson, Lydia C, d. 11 Aug 1868, age, 68yr 7mo, w/o Warrington O. *
Wilson, Samuel, d. Sep 1850, age, 6yr 9mo, s/o Warrington & Lydia *
Wilson, Sarah H, b. 2 Feb 1857, d. 12 Nov. 1874, d/o Daniel & Leah *
Wilson, Sheppard C, b. 4 Dec 1854, d. 24 Dec 1861, s/o David & Leah *

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