Windsor Cemetery

Survey Details

Classification: Family
Status: Not in use
Condition: Poor
Approx. Size: 10 X 10 feet
Approximate Number of Burials: Two
Earliest Burial Date: 1907
Latest Burial Date: 1911
Markers: Tombstones
Surnames Listed on Markers:

1. In Memory of My Beloved Wife, Fannie A. Windsor, born Sep 23, 1835 - died Jan 20, 1911 age 76 years, Mother gone from me, oh gone forever, loving eyes shall watch in vain for mother, voice I’ll hear no never, never more on earth again. (stone on ground and broken)

2. In Memory of my beloved husband James T. Windsor, born Jan 6 1833, died Jan 4 1907 age 74 years, we miss thee from our home dear father, we miss thee from thy place.

Comments: Both stones are broken and on the ground
Surveyed By: Ron Turner - 19 Aug. 1990 & 7 Sept. 1998
Latitude / Longitude: 38.644887, -77.325447

Site Visits

Visited by: Date: Comments:
Ron Turner & Jim Florence 1990, 1998 Both stones are broken and on the ground
David Cuff Dec. 2018 The cemetery is in poor condition. It's my opnion the graves were lost to deveolpment decades ago and the stones were placed on the ground in an area that would not be developed. The parcel has a constant slope to it and periwinkle is present in the entire area but no depressions are noticable.


Images taken Dec. 2018