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Old Paradise Cemetery
Trappe, Talbot County, Maryland

Barber Road and Highway 50, Trappe MD

Lat: 38° 39' 06"N, Lon: 76° 13' 38"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Aug 18, 2007 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 16.

To reach this cemetery in Trappe drive south on Main Street. The cemetery is on the northeast corner of the intersection of Highway 50 and Barber Road.

This is a small cemetery that is in poor condition. The cemetery is mowed but a lot of the headstones have fallen, are broken, or are partially buried. The Cemetery was founded by a group of former slaves. There were at least 7 unmarked graves.

I visited and read all existing and legible stones and markers in this cemetery on Aug 15, 2007.

- Anne Braun

Askins, Thomas, d. Aug 30, 1902, age 57 years
Atkinson, A. Thomas, No dates, Civil War Veteran
Bantam, Sarah, b. Jan 2, 1855, d. Sep 29, 1903, w/o Addison
Camper, Georgianna, b. Dec 14, 1858, d. Mar 29, 1900, w/o L.H. Camper
Camper, John, b. Jan 1840, d. May 24, 1909
Clark, Ella Nora Green, b. Jul 25, 1877, d. Oct 29, 1894, w/o John
Frazier, Ann Maria, d. Apr 29, 1898, age 80 years, w/o Solomon
Gibson, Jane, b. 1820, d. Nov 8, 1900, w/o Charles
Hopkins, Caroline, b. 1867, d. 1912, s/w Nathanial
Hopkins, Nathanial, b. 1834, d. 1900, Civil War Veteran
Johnson, David, b. Mar 17, 1828, d. Oct 24, 1901, age 73yr 7mn and 7da
Kelso, James, d. May 25, 1880, age 112 years
McDaniel, Annie R., b. Nov 6, 1874, d. Feb 26, 1902
Smith, Mary, b. 1851, d. Nov 22, 1885, w/o Joseph
Wells, Ephraim, d. Jan 6, 1884, age 73 years
Wells, Mary Jane, d. Jun 9, 1902, age 81 years, w/o Ephraim
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