3. You Can Visit Historic Cemeteries

You Can Visit Historic Cemeteries

There are a number of cemeteries on the island, but the Greene-Miller Cemetery is perhaps the best known.

It’s named for General Nathanael Greene, a major figure in the Revolutionary War, and Phineas Miller, who at one time tutored the Greene children, managed the farm, and was Catherine’s husband after Nathanael died. A marker also exists for Henry "Light-horse Harry" Lee, a Revolutionary War general and father of the famed Robert E. Lee. He was once interred at the cemetery but was later moved to Lexington. Other graveyards, such as the Stafford Graveyard and High Point Cemetery, offer interesting historic gravesites.

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