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Note: Allegheny Regional Family History Society (ARHFS) survey listings are viewable online only if you are a member of the society. Otherwise, you can view cemetery location, directions, and notes.

GALFORD Dunmore...
Help needed - info, survey
Complete 1992
Submitted by M. Donahue -and- ARFHS
Complete 1989
GEIGER pics available on request Stony Bottom
Submitted by D. M. Geiger
GIBSON some pics available on request Slatyfork
Submitted by B.Gramp -and- ARFHS
GIBSON (also known as GAY-GIBSON) Geo. Gibson Farm, FairGround Rd.
Submitted by M. Donahue.
Complete 1993
GRAGG Paddy Knob
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
Complete 1992
GROGG (also known as PINE GROVE) Arbovale
Complete 1990
GUM Back Mtn Rd

Complete 1989

Cemetery: Galford Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: Galford Cemetery. 23Mar2002. The Galford Ancestry, by Lloyd Pritt Galford, Gateway Press, Inc. 1981. Page 577, Cemetery Location Directory. "Located on the property of June Robert Galford, Dunmore, Pocahontas County. On the road approaching June Robert Galford's home, there is a slight curve in the road which upon close inspection reveals that at one time a house and associated buildings stood nearby. This was known as the "Old McLaughlin House." The cemetery is located across the valley's stream from the house's site and is 100 to 200 yards up the hill in the woods comprised of hardwoods and pines. Only a few stones are commercial; most are "creek stones"." Thanks to Pritt Galford for permission to quote cemetery directions from his book.

Cemetery: Gum Cemetery

  1. Currence, Julian - Re: Gum Cemetery. 09Apr2005. Originally posted on the RootsWeb/ Pocahontas Co. Message Board on 06Apr2005. "Going from Durbin WV just outside the town heading North just past the bridge over the Greenbrier River. Take a left turn onto a small hard surface road, follow it for about almost 1 mile. Nearing the top of the hill you will see the sign that says Back Mountain Rd. Take that left. About 6 miles on the right side will be the Gum Cemetery. It is a very small cemetery with a fence around it. Pretty nicely kept. Also, if you were coming thru Cass WV, just past the old company store at the top of the hill on the right side will be Back Mountain Rd. Take that right and follow that road for about 11 miles and the cemetery will be on your left. In are wondering how I know this, it is because the majority of my ancestors and two brothers are buried there." Thanks to Julian Currence for permission to quote the cemetery directions.
  2. The Pocahontas Times, April 21, 2005, Page 1. GUM CEMETERY DONATIONS Now is the time to remember your loved ones with a check for the upkeep of the Gum Cemetery. Send donations to: Pearl Ashworth, Treasurer, HC 89 Box 21, Durbin, WV 26264
  3. The Pocahontas Times, August 31, 2006, Vol. 124- No. 13, Page 1. Gum Cemetery donations. In memory of our beloved ancestors, we would like to do landscaping and maintenance to the Gum Cemetery located on Back Mountain Road in Durbin. If interested in sending a donation or lending a helping hand, please contact: Todd Wright, Treasurer, HC 89 ox 56, Durbin, WV 26264 or chairman Bud Greathouse at 456-3405.

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