John D. Miller Cemetery

Located near the junction of Rt's 67 & 622 near Swords Creek. From Honaker, go out Rt. 67 toward Richlands. Go through Swords Creek & then turn left on Rt. 622. As soon as you turn onto Rt. 622, you will take another right onto Rt. 623, crossing the creek on a bridge. You will see Miller's Chapel on the left side of the road. Look to the right & the Alfred Dye Cemetery will be visible on a ridge in the distance. The John D. Miller Cemetery is farther to the right, on down the ridge. It is not visible from the road. Cemetery has numerous field stones.

This file submitted by Michael Dye

John D. Miller, Sr.
03 May 1818 - 29 Apr 1856
(s/o John & Anna Miller)

Elbert S. Miller
1868 - 1922
(s/o Moses A. Miller & Mary J. Jessee)

Rosalie Miller
1872 - 1931
(w/o Elbert S. Miller)

Charity C. Bostic
Wife of Caleb Bostic
06 Mar 1811 - 18 Mar 1884
(Charity was a Miller prior to marriage to Caleb Bostic)

Foot stone - C. B.
This is:
Caleb Bostic
15 Jul 1801 - Mar 1879
77y 10m 18d

Mary Catherine Gilbert
04 Aug 1864 - 06 Nov 1945

Bertha T. Cole
d/o W. B. & M. A. Cole
10 Oct 1901 - 26 Oct 1908

Infant of W. B. & M. A. Cole - Gone So Soon

Mary Jane Miller Bostic
1845 -
(wife of Martin D. Bostic, d/o John D. Miller)
(Note: This one is a field stone with name scratched on it)

Polly Bostic
22 Sep 1872 - 22 Nov 1872
(d/o Martin D. Bostic & Mary Jane Miller)
(Note: This one is a field stone with name scratched on it)

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