Stone Family Cemetery
Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland
6655 Rosehill Road
Port Tobacco, Maryland
Lat: 38° 31' 48"N, Lon: 77° 02' 17"W
Contributed by Anne Braun, Aug 17, 2004 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 9.
From Port Tobacco, go west on Highway 6 for .25 miles until you reach Rosehill Road, turn north on Rosehill Road for 1 mile. You will see a National Historic Site sign. Turn west there and go to the Visitor's Center. Go to the the Visitors Center and go along the path. The cemetery is between the Visitors Center and the house.
This is a small family cemetery. The cemetery sits on land once known as "Haberdeventure" where Thomas Stone lived with his relatives, Thomas Stone was a signer to the Declaration of Independence. All the people buried there are some sort of relation to Thomas Stone.
I visited this cemetery on Aug 16, 2004. This includes all existing and legible headstone and marker readings.
- Anne Braun
Brown, Gustavus, b. Aug 17, 1783, d. Jul 11, 1841
Brown, Sallie, b. Apr 28, 1788, d. Dec 28, 1842, w/o Gustavus
Cooksey, H. G., d. Apr 9, 1850, In his 4th year, s/o L.H. and C.H. Cooksey
Stone, C. G., d. Oct 17, 1850, In her 10th year, d/o William Briscoe and Sarah Anne Caroline
Stone, Margaret G., b. Oct 24, 1824, d. Feb 2, 1913
Stone, Margaret, d. Jun 3, 1787, age 36 years
Stone, Sarah Anne Caroline, b. Jul 24, 1807, d. Mar 3, 1873, s/w William Briscoe
Stone, Thomas, d. Oct 5, 1787, age 44 years
Stone, William Briscoe, b. Apr 13, 1797, d. Dec 1, 1872, s/o Micheal Jenifer and Mary Hanson Briscoe
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