This page is dedicated to the Veterans of the Revolutionary and Civil War as well as World War I and II descendants of Jefferson County, Ohio. On this page are grave markers and tombstones of families who have fought and given their lives and family members for the cause of freedom. I welcome any photo of a Jefferson County soldier or tombstone for this page.





Capt. Phillip Cable 1754-1812 CAPT. JUDGE PHILLIP CABLE DIED AUG. 1, 1834 BURIED IN CABLE GRAVEYARD AT CABLES EDDY, JEFF CO. OH. The marker is in Union Cemetery, next to the Cable Monument

Photo courtesy of: Donna Tivener





Cable Monument photo taken July 2004 The Cable Family were moved from Cables Landing, [some say it was called Cables Bend] to Union Cemetery, Steubenville, Jeff. Co. Oh. by Albert Pavlik family who bought the land. It was done at much expense. A fine monument now marks the graves. REMOVALS: (29 Oct. 1965) Ephraim Cable, Sr. died 12-41875, age 88 yrs. 8 mo. 19 days. Sally Cable his wife died 4-16-1861, age 60 yrs. 11 mos 27 days. Adult Cable, no grave marker Samuel Cable, son of Philip & Dorothy, d. 4-20-1819, ae 25y 4m 8ds Benjamin Cable, son of Philip & Dorothy, d. 1-16-1813, ae 27 yrs. Dorothy Cable, wife of Philip, d. 1-201830, ae 60 yrs 9 mos. Philip Cable, d. 12-26-1812. ae 50 yrs 5 mo. Melissa Walker, wife of John Collins, d. 9-14-1865, ae 22yrs 5mos 13 ds. William Walker Cable, d. 5-1-1825, ae 37 yrs 8 mos Adult Walker, no gravemarker Isa_____? Cable childs's grave. Benja_____? child's grave.

Photo courtesy of: Donna Tivener













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