Hatton Family Graveyard
Prince George County, Maryland
3561 Highway 373
Lat: 38° 40' 09"N, Lon: 76° 56' 27"W
Contributed by Anne Braun, Mar 17, 2006 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 5.
In Brandywine, from the intersection of Highways 5 and 373, turn on Highway 373 and go west for 4.5 miles until you see three mailboxes on the north side of the road. Across from them is a dirt road. Turn onto the dirt road and go about 1 mile, The road will split into two roads, take the left road until you reach the house.
The cemetery is about 1 mile northwest from the house in the woods. Ask permission from the owner to go see the cemeteryand he will take you out to there.
This is a small neglected family cemetery that sits in the woods. The cemetery was once on the property of the Hatton Family. In the early 1900's, the land was sold to the Cornell Family who still lives there.
Recently, some developers did purchase the land from the Cornell Family. They are suppose to build a community center and houses. There are about 4 sunken graves that are unmarked.
I visited this burial site on Mar 12, 2006.- Anne Braun
Hatton, Elizabeth, b. Jul 11, 1800, d. Oct 10, 1889
Hatton, Peter S., d. Mar 3, 1849, age 57 years
Hatton, Phebe Elizabeth, d. Oct 16, 1842, age 9yr and 8mn, d/o Peter and Elizabeth
Hatton, Richard L., b. Apr 27, 1823, d. Dec 6, 1899
Lambert, John J., b. Sep 6, 1807, d. Sep 20, 1869
1 unmarked fieldstone
4 unmarked sunken graves
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present