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Quesenberry Cemetery Hinton WV
Quesenberry Cem. in Jumping Branch which is near Hinton, WV

This is where the (Captain) George Quesenberry of Indian Valley moved to after the death of his 1st wife Sarah Cassell--people think he is buried in the cemetery named for him in Indian Valley but he is not!! He married Polly (Mary) Bostic Duncan-daughter of Greenberry Duncan & Nancy Phillips after Sarah Cassell died during childbirth and they sold the land in Floyd Co. I don't know how many of George and Sarah's children went to WV-the youngest Bennett is the only 1 that I am certain of as he lived there all his life. I don't know why they moved to WV but my theory is George was there when he fought in the Civil War-there was a big battle there. The Little Bluestone Primative Baptist Church also has ties to Floyd Co.-it had some of the same preachers as the Floyd Co. Prim. Baptist churches. You can seen the Quesenberry Cem. from the church. Photos provided by: Wanda Simpkins.

Quesenberry, Andrew Jackson & Willie Nannie

Their Children

Quesenberry, Bennett & M. E.

Quesenberry, George W. & Polly Bostic

View of Cemetery

Quesenberry, Mary

Quesenberry, Alonzo

Quesenberry, Paul

Quesenberry, Betty

Quesenberry, Jackie Ray

Quesenberry, Fred L.

Newhouse, Vesta

Whittaker, Andrew J. & Jewell K.

Quesenberry, W. R.

Stone Marker

Quesenberry, Bennett

Quesenberry Plot

View of Cemetery

View of Farm

Whittaker, W. A.

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Quesenberry Plot

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Bench

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Farm

Little Bluestone Church

Farm

Little Bluestone Primitive Baptist Church

Church view

Church yard

Farm

Little Bluestone Primitive Baptist Church

U S Post Office at Jumping Branch, WV

Jumping Branch, WV

Bluestone River

Lilly Historical Marker