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Pocahontas County Cemeteries

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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.

McCARTY Droop Mountain State Park Complete 2002 Submitted by Paul Greathouse
McCLOUD (also known as HILLTOP and OLIVER) Back Mtn Rd
Complete 1989
ARFHS
McCLURE ? ?
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
McCUTCHEON ??...
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
McELWEE Minnehaha Springs
Complete 1999
ARFHS
McKENNEY ??...
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
McLAUGHLIN-BROWN'S MOUNTAIN Huntersville
Complete 1990
Submitted by M. D. Jones -and- ARFHS
McLAUGHLIN-DUNMORE Dunmore
Complete 1993
ARFHS
McLAUGHLIN-HUNTERSVILLE Huntersville/ Minnehaha
Complete 1992
Submitted by D. Gorman -and- ARFHS
McLAUGHLIN-MARLINTON Marlinton
Complete 1992
Submitted by M. Donahue -and- ARFHS
McLAUGHLIN-SUTTON Cass
Complete 2003
Submitted by T. G. Sutton
McNEIL / McNEIL / McNEEL South of Buckeye...
 
Help needed - more info, survey
MEEKS Stony Bottom
Complete 1993
ARFHS
MESSIR Marlinton
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MILL CREEK Millstone Run?
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MINGO Mingo
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MOFFETT Elk, 219 across from Gibson...
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MOOMAU FARM Green Bank
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MOORE Minnehaha Springs
Complete 1992
ARFHS
MOUNTAIN GROVE  
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MOUNTAIN VIEW Marlinton
Complete 1998
Submitted by D. Jackson -and- ARFHS
MT HOBART Hightown
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey
MT PLEASANT (also known as INDIAN DRAFT) Back Mtn Rd (on Indian Draft) by Mt. Pleasant Church
Complete 2000
Submitted by M. Donahue.
MT ZION CHURCH Gordon Dilley Rd
Complete 1989
ARFHS
MULLENAX  
 
Help needed - location, directions, info, survey







Cemetery: Hilltop; also known as McCloud and Oliver Cemeteries

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: Hilltop Cemetery. 23Mar2002. The Galford Ancestry, by Lloyd Pritt Galford, Gateway Press, Inc. 1981. Page 578, Cemetery Location Directory.

 




Cemetery: McCutcheon Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McCutcheon Cemetery. 19Nov2001. The Pocahontas Times, of 4/7/1977, Obit of N.L. Perry..."burial in the McCutcheon Cemetery."





Cemetery: McKenney Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McKenney Cemetery. 06Dec2001. The Pocahontas Times, of 12/06/2001, Obit for Vinnie Smith, "...Burial was at McKenney Cemetery."
  2. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McKenney Cemetery. 10Nov2005. The Pocahontas Times, of 11/10/2005, Obit for Victor Dwight McKenney, "...at the McKenney Cemetery, Indian Draft."

 

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Cemetery: McNeil / McNeill / McNeel cemetery in Levelton District, No. 4 / Little Levels / village of Hillsboro on Little Levels ???????

  1. Auldridge, Ginny Re: McNeil Cemetery. 26Feb2001. Personal email-->" It is south of Buckeye off rte 219 just before you get to Hillsboro. You have to turn down a tiny road and stop to ask entry from the family that resides there. It is easily seen to the west and you have to go through some cow pastures to get to it. "
  2. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McNeel / McNeil / McNeill Cemetery, 16Oct2005. From the book: Pocahontas Co. WV Hardesty's Biographical Atlas, 1882, Volume 3, Page 41 - 42. COLONEL JOHN McNEEL "...At length Dunmore's war broke out, and Mr. McNeel, together with his neighbors, the Kennisons, repaired to Camp Union, enlisted and accompanied General Lewis to Point Pleasant, where they articipated in the bloody battle of October 10, 1774. During their absence a child of Mr. McNeel died, and the mother, heroine as she was, constructed a rude coffin, dug a narrow grave, and with her own hands laid the infant away to rest..."
  3. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McNeel / McNeil / McNeill Cemetery, 16Oct2005. From the book: Pocahontas Co. WV Hardesty's Biographical Atlas, 1882, Volume 3, Page 49. LEVELTON DISTRICT, NO. 4, "...The first settlement was made here in 1765, by John McNeel and the Kennisons; they have been noticed in the general history of the county. The first white child ever born within the limits of the district, was the infant of John and Martha McNeel, and is the same which was buried by the mother. .."
  4. Gramp, Barbara - Re: McNeel / McNeil / McNeill Cemetery, 16Oct2005. From the book: Pocahontas Co. WV Hardesty's Biographical Atlas, 1882, Volume 3, Page 49. LEVELTON DISTRICT, NO. 4, "...It is said that Bishop Asbury, the great apostle of Methodism, was the first minister who visited the Little Levels, and that as early as 1789 he preached in the little 'White Pole Church," erected by John McNeel..."
  5. Also see reference on our Cemetery "H" section ------> Gramp, Barbara - Re: Hillsboro cemetery, 16Oct2005. From the book: Pocahontas Co. WV Hardesty's Biographical Atlas, 1882, Volume 3, Page 42. "...If the traveler who visits the beautiful little mountain town of Hillsboro, will stroll a mile and half to the north of that village he will reach a beautiful cemetery in which repose many of the pioneers of Pocahontas county. There sleep John McNeel and his wife, Charles and Edward Kennison and their wives, and several other heroes of Point Pleasant and patriots of the Revolution. No historian has incribed their names high upon the pillar of fame, but their memory lives where they would have wished it to live — in the hearts of those who dwell among the mountains, where they themselves first planted the banner of civilization."




Cemetery: Moffett Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: Moffett Cemetery. 25Nov2001. The Pocahontas Times, of 9/30/1976, article The Gibson History, written for the Gibson Reunion, held on 7/11/1976, by H. D. Gibson..."David is buried in Moffett Cemetery, atop the hill"

 

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Cemetery: Millstone Run Church / Mill Creek Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: Millstone Run, Millstone Run Church, Mill Creek Cemetery. 16Oct2005. Found various Internet references to Millstone/Mill Creek church and/or cemetery near Hillsboro. Families include: John J. Jordan & Miriam Phoebe McNeel,
    1. Bio: William Sharp, Sr. - Pocahontas County Pioneer "Lest We Forget" , "...LUCINDA SHARP
      Lucinda, daughter of James & Ann Sharp, married Jonathan Jordan. He
      was a confederate soldier and died at home while on furlough from the
      army. A son James William Nixon Jordan was born June 6, 1854.
      Jonathan was the son of John Jordan Jr. who married Martha Burnsides
      and lived on the Greenbrier near the ancestry homestead on Millstone
      Run between Hillsboro & Locust. "
    2. Millstone Run, www. placenames.com
    3. ?? Possibly "Mill Creek" is the one in Randolph Co.?



Cemetery: Mountain View Cemetery

  1. Gramp, Barbara - Re: Marlinton to offer free trash pickup for spring cleanup. The Pocahontas Times, of 04/12/07...Two items in regard to Mountain View Cemetery were discussed, paving the roads in the cemetery and how cemetery plots and space in the mausoleum should be paid for. No action was taken on either item at the meeting.
    1. A quote of $20,400 was received last year for the paving but not acted on then. The need for specifications for the paving work was stressed and it was decided to seek the advice of people with a background in this area.
    2. In the discussion on the sale of plots and mausoleum space the main concern was someone who makes a down payment, needs use of the plot/space and then makes no further payments. It was noted that there are less than ten city-owned cemeteries in the state. Kellison said she would make contact with other communities that have cemeteries.

 

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