Dear Gene and Lucie,
I haven't referred to any books for information and all I have is what some of my older relatives have written down.
I don't have any information on the church only that the records on the Field Family were destroyed when the Yankees burned the church. It could very well have been St. Mark's Parish.
The land where the Field Cemetery is located as your wrote in your letter was granted to Daniel and Henry Field. My great grandmother Catherine Ann Field along with some others in the Field family lived at the Field Home on that property. I have been told by some of the older relatives that the bricks that were used to build the house came from England and that the Yankees burned the house.
Sorry I don't know anything about the Kelley Field Cemetery. Where is it located? There are a lot of Kelleys in and around Culpeper but I'm not acquainted with them.
You asked how my great grandmother was connected to the earlier Fields.
According to what I have written down Daniel Field who Married Hannah Roberts was Catherine Ann's grand father.
Daniel Field married Hannah Roberts
Guess the other Fields that are buried in the cemetery are cousins. Wish I could be of more help. The Culpeper Historical Society of Culpeper has a book out called Culpeper, A Virginia County's History Through 1920. By Eugene M. Scheel. I gave my son a copy of this and it has alot of little things concerning some of the Field's and Kelly's and some more interesting facts. Hope some of this makes sense to you. I am not much of a writer. Am enclosing a clipping about Mr. Graham. He was the one you talked to up at his property, which at one time belonged to the Fields. Appreciate your letter and if can help you any more will be glad to.
* Indicates People buried in the Field Burying Ground, Culpeper County, Virginia