From the intersection of Highways 210 and 227, turn onto Highway
227 and go north for 3.5 miles until you reach a road that is called
Branitan Place. Turn onto Branitan Place and go along the road in
a northeast direction until you see a fork in the road. There is
a sign that says 6905 Branitan Place. Turn onto that road and go
.6 miles until you get to the end of the road. There is a house
there. Walk about 50 yards in an easterly direction until you reach
This cemetery is on property that is called "Locust Grove" which
was a plantation next to Marshall Hall and across the river from
Mount Vernon. I found it in good shape. The present owners will
be using this as a family cemetery as well.
I obtained some of my information from and inventory taken by
the Daughters of the American Revolution in Charles County back
in the late 1930s/early 1940.
I walked and read this cemetery on Mar 10, 2007.
- Anne Braun
Cawood, Eleanor, d. Mar 24, 1838, w/o H.R.V. Cawood, (I
could not find her headstone)
Johnson, Alfred G., b,. 1919, d. no date
Johnson, Claire Lawangana, b. Nov 16, 1985, d. Mar 10,
Johnson, Frances Buffett, b. 1924, d. no date
Webster, William H., d. Sep 25, 1838, age 33yr 6mn and
Webster, William V., d. Jan 27, 1836, age 53yr 10mn and