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Gearhart Cemetery

5. GEARHART (OR TURNER) CEMETERY, Barboursville, about 500 ft. E. College Ave. on Barboursville-Salt Rock Road.
Established 1908 or earlier as a private burial ground and later donated to the Barboursville Methodist Church. Extent, about acre; no restrictions as to type and placing of markers; fenced; not landscaped; condition, poor.  Lots not marked; graves marked by family members; no burial records kept; still in use as burial ground.  Earliest stone dated 1908.  Marked graves, 20; unmarked graves, 28 or more.

Dec. 5, 1938

Name Birth Death Relationship Yr. Mo. Da.
             
Adkins, Eunice   n. d.        
Adkins, Luther   3-25-1935   29 7 8
Adkins, Made Lee B. B. Ann 11-15-1934 11-16-1935        
Adkins, S. A. 3-28-1882 4-12-1935        
Anderson, S. W.   n. d. v. Civil War      
Bandy William   2-26-1938   71 1 2
(Bray, Jack)   n. d.        
Butcher, America Virginia 1-11-1842 2-16-1916        
Chapman, Arthur   10-31-1934   69 11 9
Chapman, George W.   3-4-1933   80 4 18
Chapman, Isabelle   2-14-1935   76 11 13
Chapman (see Thornton, Margaret V.)            
Chapman, Sanford   1-19-1934        
Childers, Colonel   n. d. Spanish Amer. War      
Childers, George W.   n. d. v. Civil War      
Elkins, Samuel 1884 1918        
Knell, Urcell   n. d.        
Lilly, George W.   11-21-1924   54    
Luster, Lucy 1845 1914 w. Thomas Luster      
Luster, Thomas 1845 1919        
McGraw, Charles M.   n. d. v. Spanish Amer. War      
Melton, William B. 1851 1913        
Rayburn, C____ (can't read)   n. d.        
Rayburn, __________   n. d.        
Stover, Prince Restes 4-25-1886 11-2-1918        
Thornton, Infant   10-19-1937        
Thornton, Margaret V. 1880 1908 w. Marshall A. Chapman      
Watson, Dana E.   6-15-1932     10  


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