Thank you so much for all of the wonderful information about Woburn Plantation. I would very much like to go there someday. Have you ever been in contact with Robert A. Parker, who wrote "The Burwells of Kingsmill and Stoneland"? He may be of great help with your grandmother, Ann Burwell Taylor. Robert is descended from Spotswood Burwell, brother of Armistead. He researched for nearly five years to write this book. There is quite a bit of information about Woburn and Stoneland. His email address is:RPa6341033@aol.comThe book does contain a picture of Woburn taken sometime around the 1950s and another taken in the spring of 1981 shortly before it was torn down. These pictures are courtesy of Todd Dickinson-Dickinson Restorations. Part of Woburn was disassembled and moved to Franklin County, North Carolina where it was reassembled and used as a guest house. If you do not have this book, I would be glad to send the picture to you. There is apassage in this book that says that Armistead Ravenscroft bought from Richard Taylor the 1,700 acres Thomas Norman homeplace where his wife "Betty" was raised. It then goes on to say that Taylor had married Armistead Ravenscroft's first cousin, Nancy (Ann) Spotswood Burwell, Armistead and Lucy Crawley Burwell's first daughter. It says that it was called "Locust Lawn" and was located just north of Oxford on Fishing Creek. I wonder if there could be cemetaries located there where your 3rd greatgrandmother could buried?. My third greatgrandmother and sister to your 3rd greatgrandmother, was Harriet Dandridge Burwell. She married Dr. William Duke Jones. They moved to Tennessee sometime between 1830 and 1840. By 1860 they had moved to Georgia. Their son Robert Haywood Jones and family moved to Texas in 1887.