Cabell County, West Virginia
Latitude: N 38° 26.681
Longitude: W 082° 14.889
Elevation: 750 feet
Accuracy: 21 feet
From US Route 60 East in Cabell Co. WV. Take Blue
Sulphur Rd. for 2.1 miles.
At the bridge turn Left onto the gravel road and go to the top of the hill. At the top
where the road forks keep right and the Cemetery will be at the top of the hill.
There is nothing left of the cemetery but some low spots in the ground where the
graves could have been. All of the stones that are left are leaning against a tree.
The following list was compiled by actual reading of the tombstones. All the information, excluding annotation, is written on the tombstone.
Submitted by Barry Huffstutler.
Read February 22, 2005.
|Sacred to the|
|Departed this life|
|May 3, A. D. 1861|
|Aged 25 years|
|3 Mos. & 9 days.|
|Sacred in the memory of|
|HENRY W. WARD|
|March 7, 1867|
|Aged 31 yrs. 11 m's|
|& 11 days.|
|Son of the above|
|March 6, 1867|
|Aged 2 days.|
Other Possible Burials:
Source: Cabell Cemeteries by Carrie Eldridge
1. Holryde, John -- (Sep. 6, 1787 -- Aug. 29, 1856) 68yrs. 11mos 14days
© Copyright 2005 by Candace Freeman
Read: February 22, 2005 & Submitted by Barry Huffstutler
Candie Freeman Cfreeman99@aol.com