Rosemary Lawn Cemetery
Welcome, Charles County, Maryland
Fire Tower Lane. Welcome, Maryland
Lat: 38° 29' 28"N, Lon: 77° 06' 10"
Contributed by Anne Braun, Apr 12, 2005 [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Total records = 8.
In Welcome, from the intersection of Highway 6 and Fire Tower Road, go north
on Fire Tower Road for 1 mile until
you see a sign that says “Rosemary Lawn” turn left there and go to the old barn about .1
of a mile. You can park there and walk southeast across the cornfield for about 200 yards.
The cemetery is at the edge of the woods with a wooden fence around it.
Rosemary Lawn is another small family cemetery. The Barnes and Mitchell Families are buried
here. The cemetery is in fair condition with some overgrowth. There are 7 depressions in
the ground that I feel signifies that there are unmarked graves there. These graves
re-marked with pieces of wood.
This includes only headstone readings transcribed from when I visited this cemetery on Apr 08, 2005
- Anne Braun
Barnes, Infant Daughter, b. and d. Oct 1836, d/o Richard and Mary
Barnes, John Charles, b. Feb 6, 1845, d. Aug 6, 1849, s/o Richard and Mary
Barnes, Mary E., b. Dec 17, 1840, d. Jun 29, 1842, d/o Richard and Mary
Barnes, Mary R., b. Jan 18, 1806, d. Jan 8, 1852, age 46 years, w/o Richard
Brawner, Mary, d. Mar 20, 1821, age 27yr 2mn 20da, w/o James
Mitchell, Catherine, d. Aug 1,1814, age 52 years s/w John
Mitchell, General John, d. Dec 1812, age 52 years, Revolutionary War Veteran
Watts, Charlotte, b. May 30, 1817, d. Jun 29, 1861, w/p Wilson Compton
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