Some of the Randolph family members who lived at Tuckahoe up to 1830 are laid to rest within the brick walled cemetery. In this cemetery, you will see no gravestones, because it was established as a crypt. Instead, there are engravings on the walls with the names of those who are thought to be buried here.
The wall was rebuilt in 1898 by Frances Margaret Dickins whose mother was descended from the Randolphs. She supposedly used some of the bricks from the crumbling schoolhouse to build the wall and I have read an account which states that the cemetery wall was so dilapidated that they could not tell where the gate had originally been and consequently decided not to include one.