Doors to the Past

Lucas Cemetery

LUCAS (Sarah) CEMETERY
(Heath Cemetery)
Cabell County, West Virginia


Latitude: N 38 18.150
Longitude: W 082 13.562
Elevation: 705 feet
Accuracy: 17 feet

From US Route 60 in Cabell County at Barboursville, WV.  Take Alt. 10 and Route 10 South to you come to Salt Rock.  At the Chevron Gas station turn Right onto Madison Cr. Rd.   Take this road until you come to Reuben Branch Rd.  Now turn Right onto this road and go 0.7 mile.  This will put you into a curve that turn to the Left.   At this point there is a house on your Right.  Park in the road that goes up to his barn.   The cemetery is now on your Left side about 50 yards up the hill.  The cemetery can be seen from the main road.  It is fenced and maintained. 

Submitted by Barry Huffstutler.
Read   December 6, 2006.


ROBERT  N  HEATH

Note:  This grave is marked with a Metal Marker only.
It has no dates or the name of the funeral home on it.

Robert N. Heath b. 1869, was crippled. He was the son of Joshua Kemper 
Heath b. 4 Apr 1839 Cabell Co VA d. 1872 from injuries suffered in the 
Civil War and his wife Jane (Rope) Ross b.ca. 1845. Joshua Kemper 
Heath was the first teacher of the Salt Rock School. The land Robert 
N. Heath's grave is on was owned by his grandfather Nelson B. Heath b. 
24 Feb 1819 Cabell Co. WV. d. 21 Dec 1854 and his wife Sarah Porter b. 
1 Nov 1818 Cabell Co. WV and before that his great-grandfather William 
Richard Heath and Nancy Sanford.


LUCAS
 
CLOVIS LILLIAN  E.
JUNE  7,  1923 OCT.  2,  1915
JUNE  23,  2001 APRIL  4,  1996

WALLACE FUNERAL HOME  (Both)


SARAH  "ARLENE"  LUCAS
OCT.  27,  1938
AUG.  4,  1990
WE'LL MEET BY THE RIVER

 

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