The Paul J. Willing Wicomico Cemeteries Project



This was found and recorded by cousins Paul Willing and Ralph Willing on 5 Aug 2002. Thanks again to the Misters Willing! It is on the south side Capitola Road, 1/4 mile southeast of Route 349 (Nanticoke Road), on the north side of an overgrown lane leading into the woods, approximately 800 feet. Paul's GPS location reading was 38 17' 58" N ~ 75 50' 36" W.

Granville Moore Catlin, b. Jan 17, 1860, d. Jul 9, 1916

Dollie Kathrine Catlin, b. Oct 16, 1868, d. Jan 23, 1901

William Catlin, b. Aug 15, 1812, d. Jan 7, 1874, aged 61 yrs, 5 mos, 22 dys

Elizabeth A. C. Catlin, b. Feb 2, 1824, d. Sep 15, 1910

Oblisk - caved in: Assumed from the Jacob book to be: Virginia S. A. Catlin, dau. of William and Elizabeth A. C. Catlin, d. Jan 24, 1856, aged 7 years

Another grave caved in with vault/coffin collapsed. No marker - unidentifiable

A Granville Catlin is mentioned in the booklet, The United Methodist Church at Whitehaven 1892-1992 by David and Doris Scott. It says that, in 1891, Mrs. Elizabeth Catlin give a 1/4 acre plot for $2 at the edge of town for the erection of a new church bldg. "The trustees included her son, Granville Catlin . . . "

This Cemetery Project is associated with Shari Handley's Eastern Shore Genealogy Project, and with the Wicomico County, Maryland USGenWeb Project site.

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