With records dating back to 1904, Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland is located west of the National Capitol on the MD DC line. The grounds have rolling hills, a pond with a bridge, and hundreds of species of trees and plants, including dogwood trees, cherry trees, and azaleas. There is also an Annie Lauren Wishing Chair and sculptures by Dionicio Rodriguez. Hinton Helper, the U.S. Ambassador for Abraham Lincoln, is buried here, as well as several congressman, senators, supreme court justices, and victims of the 1906 Terra Cotta train wreck.
Cedar Hill Cemetery offers traditional ground burials, lawn crypts, three mausoleums (two from the early 1900s), cremation burial, a pet cemetery, and private mausoleums.