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Oak Grove Cemetery
Brookeville, Montgomery County, Maryland

20400 Zion Road, Brookeville MD

Lat: 39° 11' 03"N, Lon: 77° 06' 06"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Feb 12, 2004, last edited Aug 26, 2010 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 13.

In Brookeville, go west on Brookeville Road for 2.2 miles until you reach Zion Road. Turn left onto Zion Road and go south for .4 miles. The cemetery is on the west side of the road.

This is a small church cemetery which is owned by the Oak Grove African Methodist Episicopal Zion Church. This cemetery was established in the 1930s and is in very good condition.

It appears to be a fairly new cemetery with the first burial listed in 1934 and still in use.

Includes readings from all existing and legible headstones, from when I walked this cemetery on Feb 12, 2004 and again on Aug 23, 2010.

- Anne Braun

Chase, Catherine, b. Aug 26, 1890, d. Oct 7, 1964
Chase, Johnnie, b. Jan 1, 1918, d. Jan 12, 1984, WWII Veteran
Chase, William H., b. Jun 2, 1886, d. Dec 16, 1953
Clemmons, Mary W., b. Jul 25, 1913, d. Nov 2, 1938
Gassaway, William B., b. Mar 17, 1903, d. Apr 11, 1987
King, Oscar, b. Sep 22, 1913, d. Sep 22, 1945, Military Veteran
Lee, James A., no dates, s/w Sarah and James W.
Lee, James W., no dates
Lee, Sarah, no dates
Rounds, Rosa Mae, b. Apr 6, 1940, d. Sep 2, 1975
Selby, Victoria B., b. Sep 11, 1918, d. Apr 28, 2002
Williams, Carrie N., b. Nov 09, 1900, d. Dec 01, 1990, age 90 years, (Funeral Home Marker)
Williams, Mary V., b. Feb 9, 1897, d. Dec 16, 1934
Williams, Merlin, b. Nov 6, 1894, d. Jul 21, 1986, WWI Veteran

1 unmarked concrete cross
2 unmarked wooden crosses
1 unreadable Funeral Home Marker
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