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The cemetery is located about 100' north of the house. Dogwood trees line the north, west, and south sides of the 30'x 60' plot. Periwinkle is growing under the trees and on some graves. There are 12 clearly discernible grave depressions, four of…

A white clapboard building was constructed about 1886, on a one-acre lot along Walker Road that was donated by William and Clara Rowzee for use as a school for colored children.

A Black woman, Lettie Ellis Ford, dedicated one acre of property that was given to her for the construction of a church. A white framed church was built on the site along Georgetown Pike in 1903.
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