|Baltimore Avenue and Powder Mill Road|
Prince George's County
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
During the Cvil War the churchyard was used as an artillery site by the Federal troops who were guarding the railroad. Many of the vital records have been destroyed prior to 1972. In 1866, the church burned to the ground. Rebuilt, in 1874 a tornado leveled it. Again, the church was rebuilt but was struck by lightening in 1968 with minor damage. In 1972, a fire broke out in the office which caused major damage and destroyed nearly all the records. Vital records of the Pinkney Incumbancy as Rector (1836-1857) can be found at at St. Matthews Parish.