Holly Hill Cemetery
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
333 Friendship Road
Lat: 38° 43' 37"N, Lon: 76° 34' 11"W
Contributed by Anne Braun, Mar 03, 2005 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 4.
In Friendship, from the intersection of Highways 261 and 2, go southeast/south on Highway 261 (Friendship Road) for 2 miles until you reach a sign that says Holly Hill, turn left there and go up the dirt road for .25 miles. The cemetery is on the western side of the road surrounded by trees.
One needs to ask the owner of Holly Hill for permission to visit this cemetery.
A small family cemetery that is well taken care of. The interesting thing about this one is that they have a headstone that dates back to 1680. I asked that owner about this and he confirms that the headstone is from 1680. The cemetery holds the people who once live in the Holly Hill which was a plantation. The headstones were worn and very hard to read.
I visited and walked this cemetery on Feb 11, 2005.- Anne Braun
Ani, Gert Eilb, d. 1680 (oldest headstone that I have found so far)
Claggett, Martha, b. Dec 22, 1777. d. Sep 10, 1836
Garrison, Joseph, d. Nov 1813, age 58 years
Houlk, Susan Catherine, d. Aug 18, 1837, age 1yr 3mn and 18da
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present