Given "to the Masons of Culpeper County" under the will of American Revolutionary War hero General Edward Stevens in 1820, the original one-acre Stevens family burial site has grown to over seven acres. In addition to General Stevens' graves are those of many prominent Culpeper families such as Button, Waite, Kyle, Reams, Guinn, and Hudson to name just a few.
Rte. 229 North, near intersection of Radio Lane
More about the area:
Originally known as Fairfax, the Town of Culpeper was founded in 1759. Roughly bounded by Edmonson Street, Stevens Street, West Street and the railroad in Culpeper, most of the commercial buildings are...
Local Tourism Resources:
Culpeper Tourism & Visitors Center
111 S. Commerce St
Culpeper, VA 22701
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmSaturday - Sunday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm http://www.visitculpeperva.com/