Hallett Cemetery

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5003 Hallett Circle, Cape Charles, VA, USA
Hallett Cemetery - Thomas Hallet
The indulgent father affectionate Husband and faithful friend
Hallett Cemetery - Sarah Hallett
There are no partings in heaven
Hallett Cemetery - Hallett Cemetery
Hallett Cemetery - Rufus Carl son of H. G. & Addie M Fitchett
Aug 7 1915-Aug 8, 1917
Hallett Cemetery - Tamer wife of T. H. Hallett
She was a kind mother and affectionate wife
Hallett Cemetery - J.D. Hallett (1821-1884)

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Hallett Cemetery on Douglas Fitchett Farm Feb 17, 2011
At the beginning of World War II, a lot of the land that is now part of the Wildlife Refuge was acquired by the federal government and named Fort John Custis, after a prominent eighteenth century resident of Northampton County. The cemetery is in an area that was Fort Custis on the Old Douglas Fitchett Farm. The Administration Office, has a map of the Reserve which includes the location of the cemetery.

This was the first cemetery we visited on our Cemetery, Grandchildren, Lighthouse trip and we took photos of the gravestones in the cemetery for a cemetery documentation site.

Thomas Hallett and Tamar Trower had five children - Arinthea Hallett, Sarah Hallett , James Hallett , Thomas J Hallett and Margaret Ellen Hallett. Thomas, Tamar and three of their children (James, Sarah and Maggie) are buried in this cemetery. Maggie married Leonard Thomas Fitchett and they had eight children, including Hilary G Fitchett. One of Hillary's children, Rufus Carl who died at age two is also buried here.
Hallett Cemetery
Sarah Hallett There are no partin…
Thomas Hallet The indulgent fathe…
Rufus Carl son of H. G. & Addie M …
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