|3610 Old Lee Highway|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
"Blenheim," a brick home, was built by REZEN WILLCOXON in 1858 to replace an earlier frame dwelling. The cemetery is located in a small clearing about 50 yards northeast of the house. There are five headstones and evidence of at least 10 additional burials. Some of the unmarked burials are in the woods north of the clearing. Most of the cemetery was clean and well maintained, but the woods had encroached on some burials. Four generations of the Wilcoxen and Farr families are buried here. Decorative nineteenth-century mourning motifs adorn the tombstones of several family members. The cemetery is much larger than the marked family gravesites, and historians surmise other family members are buried here. Also, according to oral tradition, some Union soldiers, who were sick and died at Blenheim, were buried here.