Wayne County, West Virginia Cemeteries


         Below is a list of cemeteries, past and present, located in Wayne County, West Virginia.
         Transcriptions and some directions have been contributed by the individuals listed in the USGenWeb archives or on the pages to which the cemeteries are linked. If you have transcribed a cemetery and would like to have it included here, please e-mail me.

         It has been very difficult determining what cemeteries are in Wayne County because there appear to be a number of them with the same names — for example, there are four Adkins Cemeteries, all within the Nestlow census map district and there are a total of six Adkins Cemeteries within Wayne County! The majority of those listed here were found using the United States Geological Survey (USGS) pages; unfortunately a precise location could not be determined from those pages until/unless I use the longitude and latitudes listed with each cemetery. The area listed in parenthesis after many of these is the area in which the USGS says is a census map; it does not mean it is actually IN that community, but rather is in the U.S. Census Bureau's map of that name. It usually means it is somewhat close to that community, but doesn't tell us how close. There are 13 census map districts in Wayne County — Burnaugh, Catlettsburg, Kermit, Kiahsville, Lavalette, Louisa, Nestlow, Prichard, Radnor, Ranger, Wayne, Webb, Wilsondale. All attempts have been made to make sure these locations are accurate — as with other pages on this site, this is a work in progress. As new information becomes available, it will be added.

         For those cemetery transcriptions that come up in a text file, some are having trouble viewing them in columns or rows. I found that with any of the text files that don't show up formatted correctly, if you highlight the text, copy (either on the menu or Ctrl-C) and move them to an e-mail (if you have Outlook Express or Outlook — HTML or Rich Text rather than Plain Text) or a Word Processing document, they are much easier to read.

         Sources include United States Geological Survey (USGS), Department of the Interior; Wayne County Genealogical & Historical Society (WCGHS) Index of Cemeteries — there are some photos on their pages, but transcriptions are only available in the books offered there; Find-A-Grave.com, where many partial transcripts, as well as some obituaries and photos were located; epodunk.com; HomeTownLocator.com, www.interment.net, eachtown.com, wikipedia.org, and individual researchers. When a cemetery has only one source, that source is listed at the end of the description. If multiple sources confirmed the cemetery information, those sources are not listed individually. Keep in mind some of these listings may be duplicates, for example, a listing from the WCGHS without a location may be the same cemetery as that listed on Find-A-Grave or the USGS. I can usually match those from Find-A-Grave, the USGS, ePodunk, etc. by the longitudes and latitudes; without those on the WCGHS lists, it is a bit harder. It is hoped those with more knowledge of locations will let me know if I have listed a cemetery twice. Thanks!

    This is still a work in progress, so check back with us.

    Note: Please *be sure* and *zoom* in or out on the maps to learn more about where a cemetery is in relation to other locations in Wayne. Also, unless stated as complete transcriptions, the graves transcribed may only be partial. Not all the listings on Find-A-Grave.com are older graves, but many are; they are submitted by individuals and family members and others and often include obituaries and/or photos.

    Updated 3 February 2009


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    • Adams Cemetery, Genoa. Located in a sharp curve at Genoa, over the bank from State Route 152. See this transcript. (Surnames listed are Adams, Watts)



    • Adkins Cemetery, east of County Road 22/3 (Adkins Cemetery Road). See map. This cemetery is north of the town of East Lynn and northeast of the community of Armilda.

    • Adkins Cemetery, off Stone Ft., which goes south from County Road 21 (Buck Ford Road). See map. This cemetery is northwest of the town of Nestlow, northeast of the community of Gilkerson and near Beech Fork.

    • Adkins Cemetery, east of County Road 21/1 (Coal Hollow Road). See map and partial transcripts (Surnames listed are Adkins). This cemetery is north of the town of Nestlow, northeast of the community of Gilkerson, near the Wayne/Cabell county line.

    • Adkins Cemetery, Driveway off County Road 21 (Buck Fork Rd), northwest of Mill Hollow Road. See map. This cemetery is north of the community of Gilkerson between Beech Fork and Bates Branch.

    • Albert Johnson Frasher Cemetery, Lick Creek Source: WCGHS. Lick Creek is a tributary of East Lynn Lake and is northwest of the community of Kiahsville. A map, though it doesn't show the location of the cemetery, shows the location of Lick Creek and community names (zoom in).

    • Allen Cemetery, Bull Creek Source: WCGHS. This map, though it doesn't show the cemetery, will give you an idea of the location of Bull Creek, which runs along the Kentucky/West Virginia Border, near the community of Tripp and northwest of the community of Crum.

    • Alley Cemetery, southwest of the junction of County Road 19 (Toms Creek-Whites Road), off County Road 20 (Whites Creek Rd). See map. There is one listing in this cemetery at Find-a-Grave. (Surname is Hampton). This cemetery is east of Prichard, southeast of Centerville, north of Odell Fork and south of Whites Creek.

    • Alley-Miller Cemetery, Prichard Source: Find-A-Grave.com. There is one grave listed at this source. (Surname listed is Payne.) Since there is no map, it is not known if this could really be one of the other Maynard cemeteries listed here.

    • Alvis Maynard Cemetery, Mathis Ridge, Dunlow Source: Find-A-Grave.com. There are two graves listed at this source. (Surname listed is Maynard.) Dunlow is an unincorporated community in southern Wayne County on Twelvepole Creek, along the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk and Western Railway.

    • Anderson Cemetery, Jennie's Creek Road (County Road 52/31), near the Wayne/Mingo border, east of the town of Crum, southwest of the community of Wilsondale, just northwest of Anderson Branch Road. See this map and one grave at this site (surname is McCoy). There are two photos on the Wayne County Genealogical and Historical Society cemetery page, of Morgan Messer and Jas. Spaulding, both of the 5 VA Inf. See them here. Scroll down the page once you get to the WCGHS site.

    • Anderson-Marcum Cemetery, Bull Creek & State Route 52 Source: WCGHS. See Allen Cemetery for a map of Bull Creek.

    • Anderson-Thompson Cemetery, Joels Branch, near the community of Wayne Source: WCGHS. See this map for the general location of Joel's Branch. While it won't pinpoint the cemetery location, it will show the general area in which it is located.

    • Arnold Perry Cemetery, Ferguson Ridge, Dunlow, also known as Harvey Maynard Cemetery. Since there is no map, it is not known if this could really be one of the other Maynard cemeteries listed here. There are seven graves listed (Surnames are Ferguson, Fraley, Perry, Williamson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Arrowood Dutton Cemetery, community of Echo. Source: Find-A-Grave.com. There are two graves listed at this site (surnames are Golden and Harless). Directions at that site read: From Huntington, go through the town of Wayne, go to the bottom of the hill. Do not turn as you would going to East Lynn, keep on going straight, about 10 minute drive from that turn. Cemetery on right side of the road. Can see from the road at Echo, past Echo Church about 2 minutes.

    • Artrip Cemetery, off State Route 37, between Franklin Road (County Road 37/6) and Artrip Branch, northeast of the town of Fort Gay and northwest of the community of Genoa. See this map and three interments (surnames Lambert and one unknown with maiden name of Artrip). The site says there are no gravestones, just markers for these individuals.

    • Artrip Cemetery, German Ridge Road, Glenhayes. Glenhayes is on the West Virginia/Kentucky border, between the communities of Crum and Fort Gay. See list of graves. (Surnames listed are Artrip, Bloss, Dickson, Kilgore, Lorman, May, McCoy, Saunders).Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Asbury Cemetery, between the communities of East Lynn and Gilkerson, off County Road 26 & right fork of Little Lynn Creek. See map and a list of some graves. (Surnames listed are Adkins, Asbury, Crabtree, Ladrach, Watts).

    • Asbury-Wallace Cemetery, Mathis Ridge, County Road 37/16 (Beechy Branch Rd). This map shows the location of Mathis Ridge and nearby communities (southwest of Kiahsville). Source: WCGHS.


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    • Bailey Cemetery, Off County Hwy. 52/9 (Garrett Creek Road), northwest of the town of Wayne. See this map.

    • Bailey Chaffin Cemetery, Tug River Road, Tripp. Source: WCGHS. This map shows where the community of Tripp is located, but not the cemetery location.

    • Ball Cemetery, Joel's Branch, northwest of the community of Genoa and southwest of the community of Sidney. See this map.

    • Ball Cemetery, Joel's Branch. Information on Find-A-Grave is there are two Ball Cemeteries on Joel's Branch; this is the first one. See interments listed at that site (surnames include Ball, Dickerson, Pelfrey, Rigg, Riggs, Thompson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Barbour Cemetery, Bowman Hill Road off 8th St. Road, Lavalette. See transcript. (Surnames listed are Adkins, Barbour, Brammer, Hall, Hudkins, McComas, Neace, Simmons, Snodgrass).

    • Barbour Cemetery, Head of Dunkle Branch Source: WCGHS.

    • Bartram Cemetery, State Route 37 on top of Crabtree Hill. This cemetery is northeast of Ft. Gay and southwest of Wayne. See this map and transcript (surnames include Bartram, Blankenship, Copley, Dillon, Ferguson, Fields, Hayton, Hooser, Huff, Lakin, Lester, Riggs, Shrewsbury, Smith, Thompson).

    • Bartram Cemetery, Doss Hill Road. The WCGHS lists another Bartram Cemetery near Fort Gay Grade School; looking at one map, Doss Hill Road runs into the town of Fort Gay, so it is not known if these are separate cemeteries or are the same. Source: WCGHS.

    • Bartram Cemetery, near Fort Gay grade school. See this map for the location of Fort Gay in Wayne County (zoom in to see more). See note on cemetery listed above this one. Source: WCGHS.

    • Bartram/Crabtree, Greenbrier Creek Source: WCGHS. See this map (zoom for more detail) for the location of Greenbrier Creek. It won't pinpoint the cemetery location, but will give you a general idea of where in the county it would be located. Greenbrier Creek is southwest of Echo, off State Route 37, south of where County Road 27 intersects with 37.

    • Bean Cemetery, Prichard, east of State Route 52, north of County Road 20 (Centerville-Prichard) and to the west of County Road 18, near Gragston Creek. See this map. The WCGHS lists a cemetery near Prichard as Bean, John Tucker Cemetery. It is not known if they are the same, but it is likely since the cemetery location is just east of the community of Prichard.

    • Beckley Cemetery, Prichard. Prichard is located along the Kentucky/West Virginia border, railroad tracks and U.S. Hwy. 52. See map for Bean Cemetery above and scroll west for the town of Prichard. Source: WCGHS.

    • Beemer Wellman Cemetery, State Route 37 & Beemer Wellman Hill. Source: WCGHS. No cemetery of this name is listed with USGS or Find-A-Grave. However, a Wellman Cemetery in Prichard is listed in both, but it isn't known if it is the same.

    • Berbage-Stepp Cemetery, Jennie Creek. Jennie Creek is near the community of Crum and runs along the Kentucky/West Virignia border. See this map for creek location and some idea of where in the county this cemetery is located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Berry Cemetery, Left Fork, Big Hurricane Creek. The Left Fork is near County Road 37/3 (Big Hurricane Creek Road), northeast of Fort Gay. See this map and zoom in for more information on the surrounding area. Source: WCGHS.

    • Billups Gap Cemetery, State Route 37 & Tolsia Highway (U.S. Hwy. 52), northeast of Fort Gay. See this map and one grave at Find-A-Grave (Surname is Billups).

    • Blackburn Cemetery, Bend River Road, Tripp. See Bailey Chaffin Cemetery for a map showing where the community of Tripp is located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Blair Cemetery aka Blair Hatten Cemetery aka Ben Blair Cemetery (Centerville), near intersection of County Road 18 and O'Dell Branch Road. A partial transcription is in the WVGenWeb Archives and it lists the location as "on Prichard to Centerville Rd. between Centerville and Upper Gragston (Creek)." See this map and partial transcription at Find-A-Grave.

    • Blair Cemetery, German Ridge Road. There is no other information listed; WCGHS also lists the Blair Cemetery in the previous entry so this is presumed to be a second Blair Cemetery in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.

    • Blankenship Cemetery, east of the town of Wayne, southeast of the community of Crockett, off County Road 24/1 (Blankenship Fork Road). See this map and three graves listed here (Surnames are Blankenship and Stephenson).

    • Bloss Cemetery and Old Bloss Cemetery, on Hilltop at Friar Chemical Building, Dickson. See two photos on the WCGHS pages and a photo and five grave listings listed at Find-A-Grave (surnames are Adkins, Bloss, Lucas, and Shank).

    • Blue Lick Cemetery, Kiahsville. See four graves listed at this site (surnames: Adkins and Maynard). Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Booten Cemetery. See one grave here. Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Bowen Cemetery in Beech Fork State Park & Wildlife Management Area, northwest of the intersection of County Roads 17 and 17/8 (Beech Fork Road). See this map There are 41 graves listed at this site. (Surnames include Adkins, Amos, Bartram, Bias, Blankenship, Booton, Davis, Dillon, Edwards, Ellison, Eplin, Harless, Lanham, Lucas, Porter, Sullivan).

    • Bowen Cemetery, north of the Beech Fork State Park, off County Road 35 (Green Valley Road) before it intersects with County Road 43 (Hughes Branch Road). See this map and one grave grave listed (surname is Adkins). Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Boyes Cemetery, Greenbrier Creek Source: WCGHS. See Bartram/Crabtree Cemetery for map of Greenbrier Creek.

    • Bradshaw Cemetery, Left Fork Miller Road, east of the town of Wayne and the community of Crockett. See this map .

    • Brewer Cemetery, off U.S. Hwy. 52, south side of County Road 52/34 (Marrowbone Creek Road), near Kermit, at Marrowbone Creek. See this map. There are 53 graves listed here. (Surnames included are Bowen, Brewer, Coleman, Copley, Dempsey, Fields, Ford, Gould, James, Johnson, Peake, Perham, Perlam, Spaulding, Stafford, Stepp, Tabory, Tobory, Tothe).

    • Bromley-Loar Cemetery, Upper Tabors Creek. Source: WCGHS. Tabor Creek runs near U.S. Route 52 along the West Virginia/Kentucky border, north of Fort Gay, according to this source.

    • Browning Cemetery, Tick Ridge, near Cabwaylingo State Forest/Park, off County Road 35/5 (Tick Ridge). See this map.

    • Bruce Family Cemetery, Lavalette. See this map and one grave listed (surname is McCoy). Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Brumfield Cemetery, Summer Fork of Bull Creek, near Crum. While there is no map that pinpoints the cemetery, the following map shows the Summer Fork of Bull Creek, which can provide some idea of where in the county the cemetery might be located. There are 20 interments at Find-A-Grave.com (surnames include Brumfield, Copley, Damron, Moore, Salmons, Spradling, Taylor, Wooten, and five Unknown/illegible stones). The transcriber for this cemetery included the following notes: "This Cemetery may also be known as: Brumfield-Damron Cemetery or Damron-Brumfield Cemetery. I have chosen the address as Crum, WV, as, on the death certificate of Sarah "Sally" Spradling, it is noted she was buried in the "Damron" Cemetery, Crum, WV. Also, per other researchers, this Cemetery was moved from the top of Bull Creek Mountain because of the construction of Tolsia Highway, graves having been moved about 1981 - Because of this, the address may not now be Crum, WV." Note: the community of Crum is nearby if one looks at the map of Summer Fork. Brumfield Cemetery. There is no location or directions given for this cemetery, listed in Volume IV of the WCGHS cemetery index; note the Brumfield Cemetery located on the Summer Fork of Bull Creek was listed in Volume III; it is not known without seeing the society's volumes if this cemetery was transcribed twice or if there is a second Brumfield Cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Brumfield Cemetery, Lower Newcomb Road. While there is no map of the cemetery location, the source lists one interment (surname is Harmon). See this map of Lower Newcomb Creek — Lower Newcomb Creek Road (County Road 10), south of the community of Shoals and west of the community of Lavalette, south of State Route 75 can provide some idea of where the cemetery could be located. Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Brumfield Damon Cemetery. There is no map of cemetery location and no directions/location, but this page at the source lists one interment (surname is Salmons). Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Burke Cemetery, Toms Creek, outside the town of Wayne. Source: WCGHS. There is no map to show this cemetery, but see this map for the general location of Toms Creek.

    • Burwell Ferguson Cemetery, Spunky Addition, Wayne Source: WCGHS. It is not known if this could be one of the four cemeteries listed in the USGS as just Ferguson Cemetery.

    • Burwell Spurlock Cemetery, with no location, is listed at Find-A-Grave. There are three graves listed at that site. Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Buskirk Cemetery, Patrick Creek, southwest of the town of Wayne. See this map for the general location of Patrick Creek. Source: WCGHS.


    • Butler Davis Cemetery. One grave is listed at this source (Surname: Heaberlin). Source: Find-A-Grave.com


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    • Campbell Family Cemetery, Fort Gay. One transcription listed here. (Surname: Campbell) Source: Find-A-Grave. See this site for a map of Fort Gay, which is located at the Kentucky/West Virginia border, off State Route 37 east of U.S. Hwy. 52. Zoom in for more details.

    • Cart Mills Cemetery, Tiger Fork, Camp Creek Source: WCGHS. There is no map with this cemetery's location, but this map shows Tiger Fork on Camp Creek Road (County Road 25). It won't pinpoint the cemetery, but might provide some details about the area in which the cemetery is located.

      Cassiday Cemetery, community of Stonecoal Source: WCGHS. This map will show you where Stonecoal is in Wayne County (at the West Virginia/Kentucky border), off U.S. Hwy. 52, north of County Road 52/33 (Stonecoal Branch Road), but it doesn't pinpoint the cemetery.

    • Cassidy Cemetery, east of Fort Gay, west of State Route 152, near Hickory Grove Road. See this map. Zoom in for more detail. Note — this cemetery is also spelled Cassady and is listed as being on Hickory Gap Road in the WCGHS cemetery listing.

    • Cedar Cliff Cemetery, near the Wayne and Cabell county line, northeast of the town of Wayne and southwest of the town of West Hamlin in Lincoln County. It is on the east end of Beech Fork Road, off County Road 34. See this map at the same location where four interments are listed. (Surname: Adkins).

    • Chaffins Cemetery, Camp Creek, Webb Road. There is no map of the cemetery location, but this map of the location of >Camp Creek shows Webb Road-Crum Hill Road south of the community of Webb. See this page with 9 graves listed.

    • Chambers Cemetery, Bromley Ridge Source: WCGHS. While no map of the cemetery location could be found, this map will show locations of communities near Bromley Ridge, which is located off County Road 34/3, southeast of Fort Gay and east of U.S. Hwy. 52 (zoom in).

    • Charles Hardwick Cemetery, off Bromley Ridge Source: WCGHS. See Chambers Cemetery above for a map of the location of Bromley Ridge.

    • Charles A. Maynard Cemetery, off County Road 41/2 and northeast of the community of Wilsondale. Source: Find-A-Grave.com. See this map for the cemetery location and six grave listings (surnames: Maynard, Napier, Romans, Spence) Note — it is believed this is the same cemetery as that listed below as just Maynard Cemetery, Wilsondale (source, USGS); however, there is no map at this time to compare.

    • Chatterton Cemetery, Bowman Hill Road Source: WCGHS. A court opinion from 2002 indicates Bowman Hill Road is also County Route 11/1, but a map showing that location couldn't be found without a detailed county map.

    • Childers Cemetery, Fisher Bowen Road Source: WCGHS. Fisher Bowen Road is an access to the Beech Fork Lake WMA (Wildlife Management Area), which is northeast of the town of Wayne. An address on Fisher Bowen Road has a Wayne zipcode, so this cemetery is near the town of Wayne. Wayne is at the junction of State Route 152, State Route 37 (East Lynn Road) and County Road 19. Zoom in on this map for more details of the roads in the town of Wayne.

    • Chinn Cemetery, Beech Fork Source: WCGHS. Beech Fork is located in the community of Lavalette, at the intersection of State Routes 152 and 75, eight miles south of Huntington. The town is near Beech Fork Lake.

    • Christian Cemetery, southwest of the town of Wayne, on County Hwy. 27 (Big Hurricane Creek Road). See this map, — scroll down past the photo of the cemetery and see 34 transcriptions (Surnames: Belcher, Frasher, Fry, Lycan, Marshall, Maynard, McComas, Thompson, Wilson).

    • Christian Cemetery, off U.S. Hwy. 52 in the community of Prichard, near the railroad tracks and near the Kentucky/West Virginia state border. See this map for location of the cemetery and scroll to see other streets in Prichard.

    • Christian Hill Cemetery, Wolf Creek Source: WCGHS. This map shows the location of Wolf Creek, but it doesn't pinpoint the cemetery. It does not appear from the map locations for the two Christian cemeteries above that this is one of them. If someone has evidence this is not a third cemetery with the name of Christian, please let me know.

    • Clark Cemetery, north of County Road 39/3 (Kelly Ridge Road), and southwest of County Road 39. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Clark Cemetery, State Route 37 (East Lynn Rd.), near the northern tip of East Lynn Lake, off County Road 37/39. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Cleve Thompson Cemetery, East Lynn. There are 6 interments listed at Find-a-Grave.com, the source for this cemetery. (Surname: Thompson). The town of East Lynn is southeast of the town on Wayne. See this map for the locations of East Lynn and Wayne.

    • Coburn Cemetery, Bowman Hill Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Cole Family Cemetery
      2.8 miles from the Veteran's Administration Hospital on Spring Valley Drive in Huntington. Source: transcribers. A second source for a transcription lists 33 graves on Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Collins Cemetery, Cove Gap Source: WCGHS. Here is a map showing the community of Cove Gap in Wayne County, which is located on State Route 37 east of East Lynn Lake. Zoom in for more details.

    • Community Memorial Gardens Cemetery, located 4.9 miles east of Wayne on State Route 37. This was the old Dickerson family cemetery and was enlarged by the government when the East Lynn Lake was built. All the old graves were moved from the lake area to this cemetery. Source: WCGHS. See photos on the Society's page (scroll down). (Surnames: Adkins, Fry, Napier, Thompson).In addition, there are two sites in Find-A-Grave.com, neither with maps, that have transcriptions; the one with 10 graves listed has two that also appear on this second site listing 92 interments. (Surnames for these two transcripts at Find-A-Grave.com include Adams, Adkins, Baughan, Bing, Blankenship, Bradshaw, Bryant, Caldwell, Clark, Copley, Damron, Deeds, Dial, drake, Finley, Fry, Gilkerson, Gilliam, Hayner, Hitch, Kirk, Lucas, McCann, McCoy, Mathews, Mathis, Maynard, Merritt, Mills, Napier, Nelson, O'Dell, Pierce, Queen, Ramey, Ross, Skeens, Smith, Spence, Staley, Thompson, Tomblin, Tooley, Vance, Watts, Wellman, Williamson, Wright

    • Conn-Pinson Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Cook Cemetery, right fork of Mill Creek, which is southeast of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS. The Right Fork of Mill Creek is shown in this map, , which will give you a general idea of the location of the cemetery— no map could be found of the precise location of the cemetery.

      Copley Cemetery, Webb. This map shows the location of Webb — it is northwest of the town of Crum, just off U.S. Hwy. 52, along the Kentucky/West Virginia border. See this WCGHS page (scroll down) for a photo of an old tombstone of William D. Copley.Source: WCGHS. Find-A-Grave.com has a map of the cemetery location and a listing of 116 graves (Surnames: Beldon, Bowen, Bowens, Chafins, Copley, Evans, Ferguson, Finley, Johnson, Keaton, Lowe, Maynard, McGuire, Meade, Pack, Slamons, Thompson, Waller). The site also gives cemetery location as Webb, Tug River Fork of Big Sandy River Near N & W Railroad. Old part of Cemetery below Church House (citing "West Virginia Cemeteries, Wayne County, Volume III").

    • Copley Cemetery, County Route 35/1, south of East Lynn Lake and Kiahsville. See this map for cemetery location and this listing of four graves (surnames Copley, McNeely). A second map of the cemetery's location.

    • Copley Cemetery, Joel's Branch Source: WCGHS. Joel's Branch is located northeast of Fort Gay and southwest of Wayne and while this map will not pinpoint the cemetery, it will give you some idea of its location.

    • Copley Cemetery, community of Stonecoal Source: WCGHS. . Stonecoal is a community located southeast of Crum, close to the Wayne and Mingo county borders. There is no map of the cemetery, but this map shows the location of Stonecoal.

    • Copley/Anderson Cemetery, Jennie's Creek, southeast of Crum. It is possible this is the same cemetery listed earlier as Anderson Cemetery on Jennie's Creek Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Copley/Pack Cemetery, Head of Paddle Creek Source: WCGHS. Paddle Creek is located east of the Kentucky/West Virginia border in Fort Gay, according to this map.

    • Covington Ross Cemetery, Little Lynn Creek, East Lynn Source: Find-A-Grave.com. There is no map for the cemetery, but there is one grave listed at the source (surname is Copley). Little Lynn Creek in East Lynn is shown on this map, so it will give you an idea of where this cemetery is located.

    • Cox Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake, off County Route 52/35 south of the junction of County Route 52/19. See this map and two graves listed (surnames Cottrell, Evans).

    • Cox Cemetery, northwest of the previous Cox Cemetery listed; this one is on a dead-end road off County Route 52/19. See this map.

    • Crabtree Cemetery, Jct. U.S. Hwy. 52 and State Route 37, near Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS. See map of the Fort Gay area listed in Campbell Family Cemetery above.

    • Crabtree/Thompson Cemetery, State Route 37 toward Ft. Gay. Source: WCGHS. See map of the Fort Gay area listed in Campbell Family Cemetery above. Note: this and the previous cemetery may be the same?

    • Crabtree Cemetery, west of State Route 152, off County Road 32, near Genoa. See this map for cemetery location and this this listing of 90 graves (Surnames: Ball, Clay, Crabtree, Dean, Riggs, Thompson, Watts, and some Unknown surnames, probably hard to read stones). This cemetery is listed twice in Find-A-Grave.com; it was determined the first listing had the correct map and eight names listed there were also in the second listing. I cannot determine if this Crabtree Cemetery is the same as Crabtree/Thompson Cemetery listed in the WCGHS cemetery books (location was State Route 37 toward Fort Gay). They appear to be in the same area, but since there are many, many cemeteries in Wayne County, I can't say for certain. If anyone knows for sure, please let me know.

    • Crescent Hill Cemetery, Ceredo. See this map of Ceredo and cemetery location from Find-a-Grave.com where there are 26 interments listed. (Surnames: Barker, Bias, Billups, Blankenship, Christian, Cole, Dillion, Ginger, Hill, Kelley, Lucas, Patterson, Skeins, Vargo, Wilson, Woolary).

    • Crockett Cemetery, off County Route 24 (Right Fork Millers Road), northeast of the community of Crockett and southeast of Beech Fork Lake. See this map.

    • Crockett Cemetery, off County Route 17/6 east of the junction of Hwy. 152 (5th Street Road), near the Middle Fork of Wilson Creek as it joins the Left Fork of Wilson Creek, northeast of the town of Wayne. This map shows the cemetery location.

    • Crockett Family Cemetery. This cemetery, with one grave is listed in Find-A-Grave.com (surname Crockett). It is not known if this should have been one of the two cemeteries listed above since there is no map to identify it. Source: Find-A-Grave.

    • Crum Cemetery, next to Crum School Source: WCGHS. Crum School is on Crum Road (County Route 52/58) in the community of Crum. This map will show the location of the community. This map and listings of 18 graves (surnames are Copley, Preston, Queen) at Find-A-Grave should be the same cemetery.

    • Crum Cemetery, Vinson Branch Source: WCGHS. This map will show where Vinson Branch is located, southeast of Fort Gay, but will not show the location of the cemetery.

    • Crum Cemetery, above tunnel at Tripp Source: WCGHS. See the map in the next listing for the community of Tripp. Tripp is northwest of Crum.

    • Crum, Eli Cemetery, River Bend Road Source: WCGHS. River Bend Road runs along the Tug Fork River, which separates Kentucky and West Virginia. It appears it branches off from Webb Road, at the community of Tripp. See this map which shows the community, but not the cemetery, which could be anywhere along that road (zoom in about four times and use the mouse to move map north and south).

      Crum-Farley Cemetery, Southern End of Bull Creek Mountain Source: Find-A-Grave.com. Bull Creek is near the community of Tripp, also, and it is not known if this cemetery is one of the other Crum cemeteries listed, but there are 12 graves listed here (surnames are Austrian, Crum, Farley, O'Neil, Perry, Queen, Romans).

    • Crum, Hobart Cemetery, Cabwaylingo State Forest Source: WCGHS. A map of the Cabwaylingo State Forest shows it is near the communities of Wilsondale and Doane in Wayne County.

    • Crum, Joel Cemetery, Cotton Hill Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Curnutte Cemetery, Radnor Source: WCGHS. The community of Radnor can be seen on this map, though it is not known where exactly the cemetery is located. Radnor is at the junction of State Route 152, County Route 36, and County Route 52/56. Zoom in to see these details.

    • Curry Cemetery, mouth of Burchettt Branch Source: WCGHS. Burchett Branch is located along County Route 29/9 (Webb Road-Crum Hill Road) near the town of Webb, according to this map; , although the cemetery cannot be pinpointed on there, it should be close to that point.

    • Cyrus Cemetery, Old Meeting House Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Cyrus/Webb Cemetery, Old Meeting House Road Source: WCGHS. Both of these Cyrus cemeteries were listed in the WCGHS listing of cemeteries, but there was no community location; therefore, it is not known if either could be the same as the next cemetery listed in Find-A-Grave.com.


    • Cyrus Cemetery, Prichard Source: Find-A-Grave.com. There are six graves listed (surnames are Adkins, Cyrus, Fox, Harmon, Jenkins). A second partial transcription of what appears to be the same cemetery lists surnames Adkins, Fowler, and Thacker.


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    • Damron Cemetery, west of County Route 36 (Radnor Hollow Road), southwest of Radnor. See this map and 7 burials listed (Surnames: Damron, Marcum, Ray, Smith).

    • Damron Cemetery, County Route 19 (Tom's Creek-White Road), southwest of the junction of County Route 19/4. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Damron Cemetery, off County Route 52/21, east of State Route 152. See this map. This cemetery is located east of the community of Ferguson.

    • Note: The WCGHS lists seven different Damron Cemeteries, none of which I can determine with any certainty is any of the three Damron cemeteries listed above. Two of the above cemeteries are near State Route 152, but I don't know if they might be the two listed below (Old N&W R.R. Route 152). So since I am not sure, I am including the seven Damron Cemeteries listed on the WCGHS website and am including the information about their locations listed there. I will continue the research to try and determine if those seven cemeteries are in addition to the three listed above that I found in several other sources or if any of them are the same. If anyone has any information, please let me know.

    • Damron Cemetery, Glenhayes. Glenhayes is located on State Route 52, north of Crum and south of Fort Gay, along the Kentucky/Wayne border. This map, while it doesn't pinpoint the cemetery, shows the location of the community of Glenhates. Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron Cemetery, Right Fork of Mill Creek. This map shows where the Right Fork of Mill Creek is located and thus the general area of where this cemetery might be, but does not pinpoint the cemetery. The cemetery could be somewhere between the towns of Genoa and Radnor, on the western side of State Route 152. Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron Cemetery, Watts Ridge. This map shows the general area of Watts Ridge, which is on the western side of State Route 152, near the community of Genoa, east of the town of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron Cemetery, Stonecoal. Stonecoal is a community south of Crum, along State Route 52 and the Kentucky/West Virginia border. See this map for the location of the community of Stonecoal. Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron, Bert E. Cemetery, Old N&W R.R. Route 152 Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron, Lucian Cemetery, Old N&W R.R. Route 152 Source: WCGHS.

    • Damron, Thomas Cemetery, Watts Ridge. See listing for Damron Cemetery, Watts Ridge above for map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dan B. Ratcliffe Cemetery, Glenhayes. Glenhayes is located on Hwy. 52, north of Crum and south of Fort Gay, slong the Kentucky/Wayne border. See the Damron Cemetery, Glenhayes, for a map of the community. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dan Wallace Cemetery, Radnor. This map shows this cemetery to be west of the southern portion of East Lynn Lake, specifically off Delta Hwy. 43 at the north end of the junction of County Routes 52/50 and 52/21 (Napier and Maynard Road), at Holly Branch. A second map shows it is east of the communities of Radnor and Ferguson.

    • Darnell Cemetery, near Crum east of U.S. Hwy. 52, near the Wayne and Mingo county line. See this map or this one, where zooming in will show it is located just noth of the junction of County Road 52/33 and Right Fork Stone Coal Creek.

    • Davidson Cemetery, Camp Creek Source: WCGHS.

    • Davis Cemetery, off State Route 37 and to the east of Marina Road, south of the community of East Lynn. See this site for cemetery location and one grave listed (surname Dishman). This map also shows some communities nearby.

    • Davis Cemetery, south of County Hwy. 25 off County Road 21/3; southwest of the community of Nestlow. See this map, or this one for the cemetery and location of nearby communities.

    • Davis Cemetery, north of County Road 27 near Wolf Creek and the junction of 27 and State Route 37, west of the community of Echo and southwest of the town of Wayne. See this map or this one, both of which pinpoint the cemetery and show nearby communities.

    • Davis Cemetery, Davis Branch, east of the town of Prichard and U.S. Hwy. 52, off County Hwy. 2/01 (Davis Branch Road). See this map.

    • Davis Cemetery, in the community of Prichard, to the west of U.S. Hwy. 52. See this map.

    • Davis Cemetery, Left Fork of Bull Creek. This cemetery cannot be matched to any of the Davis cemeteries listed above, but is in Volume I of the WCGHS cemetery listings. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dean Cemetery, east of the town of Wayne and the community of Elmwood, off county Road 17/4 (Wilson Creek Road). See this map or this one showing cemetery location and more detail of the communities. Also find graves listed (surnames include Dean, McSweeney, Nelson, Thompson, and Unknown surnames — last names probably unreadable, but first names and some information still visible).

    • Dean Cemetery, Tabor's Creek. While there is no map specifically showing the cemetery, this map shows the location of Tabor Creek, along the Kentucky/West Virginia border & U.S. Hwy. 52, north of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dean Cemetery, Greenbrier Creek, southwest of the town of Wayne, off State Route 37. There is no map showing the cemetery, but this map shows the creek's location to be about one-third of the way southwest between Wayne and Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dean-Marshall Cemetery, between Big Branch and Onemile Creek, south of the town of Wayne. There is no map of the cemetery, but this map shows OneMile Creek; north of that you can see Big Branch Road (which indicates Big Branch nearby). At best guess the cemetery should probably be located near the community of Elmwood. If anyone has a map of the exact location or can give better directions, please contact me! See the WCGHS cemetery page for a photo of one tombstone in this cemetery (scroll down to the 4th photo on the page). (Surname: Hale). Source: WCGHS.

    • Dearnell Cemetery, Stonecoal. This map will show where the community of Stonecoal is located, but not the location of the cemetery. Stonecoal is off U.S. Hwy. 52, north of the community of Kermit and south of Crum.. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dillon Cemetery, Stonecoal Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Dillon Cemetery, Billy Branch of Jennie's Creek Source: WCGHS.

    • Dock/Dock's Creek Cemetery, 2421 Docks Creek Road, Kenova (off County Route 75). See these cemetery photos, map, and 110 interments. (Surnames: Adkins, Austin, Bailey, Bash, Birchfield, Bond, Boone, Butcher, Carver, Cremeans, Elam, Ellis, Ferguson, France, Fry, Frye, Gladeau, Gladeaue, Gue, Haus, Heck, Helmdollar, Hill, Hutcheson, Hutchison, Jones, Kilgore, Koletka, Kretzer, Larsen, Leist, Lewis, Lucas, Maynard, McKeand, McKenzie, McNeely, Miller, Mooney, Nelson, Pack, Perdue, Perry, Porter, Porter-Griggs, Queen, Ray, Ross, Sharp, Sites, Skean, Skeens, Smith, Stanley, Steele, Sutherland, Taylor, Thompson, Tomblin, Tooley, Topping, Watts, Wheeler, Wooten, Workman.

    • Donahoe Cemetery, Camp Creek Source: WCGHS.

    • Doss Cemetery, Doss Hill, Fort Gay. While this map doesn't pinpoint the location of the cemetery, it does provide information of where the community of Fort Gay is located in Wayne County. Zoom in to see details. Source: WCGHS.

    • Drenner Cemetery, slightly northeast of the town of East Lynn, off County Road 26 just past the junction of County Road 22. The entrance to County Road 26 (from County Road 25) appears to be north of the junction of State Route 37 (East Lynn Rd/Camp Creek Rd) and the town of East Lynn. See this map and one grave listing (Surname: Drenner).

    • Dyer Cemetery, near the Wayne/Lincoln county line, and in the community of Cove Gap (and east of Kiahsville), off State Route 37, just east of the junction of County Road 37/19. See this map, showing Route 37, near which this cemetery is located. Note: In the WCHGS listing, this cemetery is named "Dyer, Sam." Since it gives its location as Cove Gap, it is presumed to be the same cemetery.


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    • Edgar Maynard Cemetery, Genoa. It is not known if this could be one of the Maynard cemeteries listed below and at other sources. See this site for 4 graves listed (surnames are Maynard and Stiltner). This map doesn't show the cemetery, but will provide the location of the community of Genoa. Source: Find-A-Grave.com

    • Elk Knob Baptist Church Cemetery. There is one interment shown on the Find-a-Grave site (Surname: Cales), but there is no map or any additional information. In a search, I have found an Elk Knob Cemetery in Summers County, West Virginia, and I found an Elk Knob Baptist Church in Alderson, West Virginia, which is located in Greenbrier and Monroe counties, but nothing by this name in Wayne County.Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Elijah Hatten Cemetery, Centerville Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Elkins Cemetery, Bartrum Fork. Source: WCGHS.

    • Elmwood Cemetery, State Route 37, southeast of the town of Wayne. See this map and a list of 66 interments with some photos. (Surnames: Adkins, Artis, Bailey, Ball, Barnett, Bays, Blankenship, Booth, Brewer, Brumfield, Carter, Casteel, Crockett, Danysh, Dean, Elliott, Endicott, Ferguson, Fleming, Haynes, Hesson, Lane, McCallister, Marks, Marshall, Maynard, Millender, Osborn, Petticrew, Pratt, Queen, Ross, Rutherford, Sanson, Simpkins, Skeens, Smith, Thomas, Toney, Vaughn, Walker, Watts, and one Unknown surname). See the WCGHS cemetery pages for photos of tombstones, including the Charles W. Ferguson monument. This cemetery had its beginning as a family cemetery for the Ferguson family, according to the WCGHS.

    • Endicott Cemetery, Genoa, just off County Road 152, on a hill above and behind the Genoa United Baptist Church, RR 1 Box #74, Genoa, West Virgina; phone 304-385-4421. This map shows the location of Genoa is on County Road 152 at about the junction of three other county roads — County Roads 52/17, 34, and 52/16. (Surnames: ADKINS, BEATY, BERRY, BOWEN, COPLEY, ELLIOTT, ENDICOTT, FERGUSON, HARVEY, HOLLAND, HUNDLEY, JACKSON, JOHNSON, LANDA, MARCUM, MITCHELL, MCCOMBS, NOE, OSBORNE, PERRY, RIEDER, RICE, ROBERTS, ROBERTSON, ROBINSON, ROSEBERRY, SHIPLEY, SMITH, WALKER, WATTS, WEBB, WILSON, ZORNES).


    • Epling Cemetery, Camp Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Evans Cemetery (Mill Creek). While there is no location given, this map will show the location of Mill Creek and this site lists two interments (surnames Copley and Jude). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Everett Adkins Cemetery, Winslow. This map shows the location of the cemetery and explanation at the site says it is located near Wolf Pen Church, on Upper Beech Fork Road (County Road 17/8) above Winslow. There are eight interments at that site (surnames Adkins and Ross). Source: Find-A-Grave. It is not known if this could be any of the Adkins cemeteries listed above or if this could be the same as the listing below, although the grave listed in the next cemetery is similar (death dates are the same and part of the name is the same) to one in this listing.

    • Everett Adkins Cemetery, Beech Fork Road. One grave is listed at the site (surname is Ramey Adkins Ross) Note: check the information in the listing just above — it is possible it is the same individual, but only the death date and part of the name matches. Source: Find-A-Grave.

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    • Fairview Cemetery, Fort Gay. This map shows the cemetery is located at the east end of Fort Gay at about the junction of State Route 37 and U.S. Hwy. 52 on Chalk Hill Road. There are 21 graves listed (surnames: Billups, Ferguson, Frasher, Meade, Rowe, Workman).

    • Ferguson Cemetery, northeast of East Lynn, off County Road 22, just northwest of Left Fork Millers Creek-Little Lynn Creek and junction of County Road 26 (Right Fork Little Lynn Creek). See this map and one grave (surname Lucas.Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, between County Roads 35/5 and 41 and Twelvepole Creek. Northwest of Wilsondale and southeast of Missouri Branch, near Tick Ridge. See this map or this one for the cemetery location. This cemetery *may* be the same as the last Ferguson Cemetery listed below, listed in the WCHGS cemetery books.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, north of Genoa, at State Hwy. 152 at the junction of county road 52/15 and the Deephole Branch of Bartram Fork, east of county road 52/55 and south of the communities of Sidney and Coleman. See this map or this one for the cemetery location.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake (southwest of the community of East Lynn), off County Road 3/2, between County Roads 3/01 and 52/35, near Left Fork of Lynn Creek. See this map or this one for cemetery location.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, southeast of the community of Dunlow, north of Missouri Branch, off County Road 40. See this map or this one for location of the cemetery.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, Jct. U.S. Hwy 52 and Rt. (rest missing from description). Source: WCGHS.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, Horse Farm, Gragston Creek. This creek runs from just north of Prichard at U.S. Hwy. 52 to near the community of Echo, off State Route 37. The cemetery could be anywhere along that creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ferguson, John Cemetery, State Route 37, Bottom Crabtree Hill. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ferguson, Samuel, Cyrus Farm, Craig Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ferguson Cemetery, Tick Ridge, near Cabwaylingo State Forest & Park, near Wilsondale. Source: WCGHS.

    • Finley Cemetery, located southwest of Kiahsville and south of East Lynn Lake, off Delta Highway 39 (Avis Maynard Cemetery Road). See this map or this one and go to this page for 5 gravestone transcriptions (Surnames: Dingess, Finley).

    • Finley Cemetery, on a dead-end road that is off Delta Hwy. 35, which is off County Road 37/14 and east of State Route 37 (East Lynn Road). It is southeast of the town of East Lynn. See this map or this one, and go to this page for one gravestone transcription (Surname: Dingess).

    • First Turkey Creek Cemetery, Wilsondale. While this map does not pinpoint the cemetery, it will show the location of Turkey Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Fitzpatrick Cemetery, Webb. While there is no map showing the cemetery location, this one will show the location of Webb in Wayne County. It is northwest of the junction of U.S. Hwy. 52 and State Route 152, along the West Virginia/Kentucky border. Source: WCGHS.

    • Fletcher Cemetery, Jennie's Creek. This map will not pinpoint the cemetery, but will show where Jennie's Creek is in the county. Source: WCGHS.

    • Fort Gay Cemetery. There is no map for this cemetery, but there are 21 graves listed at the source (surnames include Bartram, Lentz, Skaggs). Here is a map of Fort Gay. A second Fort Gay cemetery (again with no location or map) is listed at this source with 1 grave listed (surname is Billups). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Foster Cemetery, Foster Branch, State Route 37. While there is no map of the cemetery location, this one will show the general area of Foster Branch — northeast of Fort Gay, along State Route 37 (Crabtree Hwy.) and this site lists 11 graves (surnames Combs, Cremeans, Foster, Gwinn).

    • Frasher Cemetery, between U.S. Hwy. 52 and County Road 36 (Tug River Road), along County Hwy. 29/2 (Sunnyside Road), southeast of Fort Gay. See this map and listings for 5 graves. (Surnames: Akers, Frasher, Frazier).

    • Frasher Cemetery, just east of the Fort Gay town limits, at the junction of U.S. Hwy. 52 and State Route 37 (off a dead end of County Road 37/1). See this map and photo and four graves listed (surnames are Branham and Frasher). Directions at Find-A-Grave are: To reach this cemetery turn off route 52 across from the entrance to Fort Gay. Turn right, the cemetery road is to the left about 1-1.5 miles, up the hill. The road is paved but has large holes, travel carefully. The cemetery is in need of care and appears to have been vandalized with many stones pushed off the base and on to the ground.

    • Frasher Cemetery, east of East Lynn Lake, off State Route 37, on Delta Hwy. 35. See this map for cemetery location. Note: The listings at the WCGHS include two Frasher Cemeteries, with an address of just Big Hurricane Creek and one listed as Frasher Hill Cemetery, Fort Gay. While it is not known, it is possible these are the same three cemeteries as listed here (from three other sources that all agree on the locations) because Hurricane Creek is in the general area.

    • Frazier Cemetery, Lost Creek. While this will not pinpoint the cemetery, this map will show where Lost Creek is located in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.

    • Frazier Cemetery, next to Raines Cemetery off Tolsia Highway Source: WCGHS.

    • Fry Cemetery, east of East Lynn Lake. See this this map and one grave listed (surname is McDonald.

    • Fry Cemetery, also east of East Lynn Lake, south of the Fry Cemetery above. See this map.


    • Fuller Cemetery, Hitchcock Knob Source: WCGHS.

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    • Gabe Marcum Senior Cemetery. There is no map, nor any location for this cemetery; however, there are 3 graves listed at the source (surnames include Marcum and McLaughlin). Because there is no location and without transcriptions of the Marcum cemeteries listed below, it is not known if this could be one of them. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • George J. Kilgore Cemetery. There is no map, nor any location for this cemetery; however, there are 4 graves listed at the source ( surnames include Kilgore and Pennywitt). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Gilbert Maynard Cemetery, Dunlow (McComas). While there is no map, nor location for this cemetery, the community of Dunlow can be found on this map. One grave can be found at the source (surname Maynard). Without complete transcriptions of the Maynard cemeteries listed below, it is not known if this could be one of them. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Gilbert Spence Home Place, Queens Ridge, Kiahsville. Information on this cemetery found at the source includes this — This home-place/farmstead is located in a very rural area located "on Kiah's Creek" (aka "Karr's" Creek), current post office probably being Kiahsville, Wayne County, West Virginia, about 5 miles or less from the Queen's Ridge Cemetery, current post office address being Dunlow, Wayne County, West Virginia. A Spence family descendent currently lives at this home place. Thre is 1 interment listed (surname is Spence). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Gibson Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Gilkerson Cemetery, Prichard Source: WCGHS.

    • Greasy Ridge Cemetery, Coal Hall Road, Cabwaylingo State Park. Find-A-Grave.com lists this cemetery as being in Dunlow and while there is no map to pinpoint its location, the community of Dunlow can be found on this map. There are 44 interments listed at Find-A-Grave.com (surnames include Adkins, Caldwell, Jones, Maynard, Moore, Nelson, Pack, Porter, Queen, Williamson).


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    • Hall, Andy Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Hampton Cemetery, Mill Creek Road. Source: WCGHS. It is not known for sure, but there is a cemetery listed at Find-a-Grave called Hampton Meade; its location is listed as Radnor (though no map was included). See the 1 interment listed (Surname: Hampton). On a map of Radnor, if you zoom in and look to the west, you can see the Right Fork of Mill Creek; you can also see that fork on this map, entitled Right Fork of Mill Creek. A map of Mill Creek shows it to be in Fort Gay; however, scrolling down the map (after zooming in) and following Mill Creek, it eventually crosses under Mill Creek Road (County Road 34) at U.S. Hwy 52. If you follow Mill Creek Road to County Route 152, you will end up just north of Radnor. So it is probable the Hampton Meade Cemetery, Radnor and the Hampton Cemetery on Mill Creek Road could be the same. If anyone can provide confirming information, please let me know!

    • Hanley Cemetery, northwest of Fort Gay, west of U.S. Hwy. 52, off County Road 52/65. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Hardwick Cemetery, Bromley Ridge. Source: WCGHS. A map showing Bromley Ridge along County Road 34, east of U.S. Hwy. 52 shows it to be close to the town of Fort Gay, so it is possible this is the same cemetery listed as Hardwick Cemetery, Fort Gay, in Find-A-Grave.com with one grave (surname Hardwick). If anyone can provide confirming information, please let me know.

    • Hardwick-Ramey Cemetery, Bromley Ridge Source: WCGHS. See listing just above for the general location of Bromley Ridge. No cemetery map locations are available on these two cemeteries.

    • Harless Cemetery, Watts Ridge, Genoa (Radnor), southwest of the community of Genoa and east of the community of Radnor, off County Road 36 (Radnor-Hollow Road). See map and two graves listed (surname Harless).

    • Harmon Cemetery. See 2 graves (surnames Harmon and Nelson) listed at the source. There is no map available for this cemetery. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Harris Cemetery, River Road north of Fort Gay. See map of the town of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Harris Cemetery, Jennie's Creek. While no map of the cemetery is available, this map will show the location of Jennie's Creek — it continues east.Source: WCGHS.

    • Harrison Jude Cemetery, McComas area, Dunlow. See this 1 grave in Find-A-Grave.com (surname is Copley). Another cemetery listing at WCGHS is Harrison Jude Cemetery, Moses Fork. A comparison of the two maps Moses Fork and the community of Dunlow shows close proximity between the community and Moses Fork. Therefore, it is presumed it is the same cemetery. Sources: WCGHS and Find-a-Grave.com.

    • Hartley Ferguson Cemetery. See 3 interments listed at this site. (Surname is Ferguson). There is no location for this cemetery, so it is not known if this could actually be one of the other Ferguson cemeteries listed here. Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Harvey Adkins Cemetery. See 2 interments listed at this site. (Surnames: Adkins). There is no location for this cemetery, so it is not known if this could really be one of the other Adkins cemeteries listed here. Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Harvey Memorial, Genoa. See 2 graves at this location. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, the community of Genoa can be found at map. Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Harvey Stepp Cemetery, Stepptown. No map of the cemetery is available, but the community of Stepptown can be seen on this map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Hatfield Cemetery, Fort Gay. See cemetery location on this map and 1 grave listed (surname is Hatfield). Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Hatfield & Morgan Cemetery, Fort Gay. See 1 grave listed at the source (surname is Morgan). The Hatfield Cemetery listing above has a map of Fort Gay, but no cemetery map.Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Hatten Cemetery, Gragston Creek. There is no map of this cemetery, but Cragston Creek can be found on this map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Hatten Cemetery, Lower Gragston Creek Source: WCGHS.

    • Henry Hatten Cemetery, Centerville Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Hatten-Newman Cemetery. There is no map of this cemetery; see these 8 graves listed at this source (surnames Baker, Fortner, Harmon, Hazlett, Keeney, Marshall, Welch). Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Samuel Hatten Cemetery Source: WCGHS.



    • Haynie Cemetery, Kenova. There is no map for this cemetery, but 1 grave is listed on Find-A-Grave (surname is Lovins). This is a map of the city of Kenova, but will not pinpoint the cemetery.

    • Haynie Family Cemetery, Wayne. See this map for the cemetery's location and this page for 1 grave listing (surname is Lucas).Source: Find-a-Grave.

    • Hedgco Cemetery, German Ridge Source: WCGHS.

    • Herald Cemetery, Jennie's Creek Source: WCGHS.

    • Hezekiah Adkins Family Cemetery Source: Source: WCGHS.

    • Hickory View Cemetery, east of U.S. Hwy. 52, off County Road 29/10 (Trace Branch of Mill Creek), northeast of the community of Saltpetre. See this map of the cemetery.

    • Hill Cemetery, Fort Gay. While there is no map of the precise cemetery location, there is 1 grave listed at Find-A-Grave.com (surname is Damron).

    • Hillcrest Cemetery, Kenova, off Hillcrest Drive from State Route 75. See this map for the location of the cemetery and 51 interments (surnames include Bailey, Blake, Blevins, Breece, Caldwell, Carroll, Cppley (Copley?), Crabtree, Dean, Eagleston, Felty, Hall, Hatfield, Hatten, Hill, Marcum, Maynard, McComas, Nelson, Osborn, Overby, Owens, Peltry, Perdue, Plymale, Porter, Prelfrey, Ross, Stewart, Sw?ngan, Terry, Waller, Ward, Wheeler).

    • Hilltop Cemetery, Lavalette. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, see 2 interments (surnames Brannen and Patton). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Hobbs Cemetery, east of the community of Gilkerson, at the end of Mile Road, which is west of County Road 21 (Buck Force Road). See this map of the cemetery location.

    • Hobert Crum Cemetery, Dunlow. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, this map will show the community of Dunlow and this site lists 1 grave (surname Arrington). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Hollandsworth Cemetery, off Coal Haul Road, Missouri Branch. There is no cemetery map, but this map shows the location of Missouri Branch, southeast of Dunlow. It is not known if this is the same cemetery as the one directly below — each was found on a separate index of WCGHS cemetery books (Vol. I and II) and both mention Coal Haul Road. This location is within the area of the Cabwaylingo State Park, but it's been found there can be two cemeteries located in proximity of each other. If anyone knows the answer, please let me know. Source: WCGHS.

    • Hollandsworth Cemetery, Coal Haul Road, Cabwaylingo State Park Source: WCGHS.

    • Holy Cross Monastery. There is no map or location of the cemetery; this site lists 1 grave (surname is Clark). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Hooker Cemetery, east of the community of Dunlow, off County Road 40 (Drag Creek Road). This map shows the location of the cemetery.

    • Hooker Knob, McComas area, Dunlow. There is no location or map of the cemetery, but this site lists 3 interments (surnames Copley and Manns). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Horne Cemetery, Cove Gap. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, this one shows the community of Cove Gap, located east of Kiahsville on State Route 37. Source: WCGHS.

    • Huff Cemetery, Joel's Branch. There is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, but this map will show the location of Joel's Branch, southwest of the town of Wayne and northeast of the town of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.


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    • Irby Cemetery, Bowman Hill, Mt. Union Source: WCGHS.

    • Isaac Family Cemetery, Flat Bridge of Mill Creek. This map shows the location of the cemetery, according to Find-A-Grave.com and USGS Georgraphic Names Information System (GNIS).


    • Isaac Boyes Cemetery, State Route 37 near Echo. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, this one shows the community of Echo, located off State Route 37 between Wayne and Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

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    • Jack Maynard Cemetery, Glenhayes. This map won't pinpoint the cemetery, but will show the location of the community of Glenhayes. Source: WCGHS.

    • Jackson Cemetery, off County Road 34/4 (Hampton Ridge Road), northeast of the community of Effiel and southwest of the community of Genoa. This map will show the location of the cemetery.

    • Jackson Cemetery, Lambert Branch Road. While this map will not pinpoint the cemetery, it will show the location of Lambert Branch in Wayne County, northeast of U.S. Hwy. 152, a branch of the west fork of Twelvepole Creek, south of the community of Sidney. This is a different location from the two Jackson Cemeteries listed in USGS, Find-A-Grave.com and other sources. Source: WCGHS.

    • Jackson Cemetery on Twelvepole Creek, near the community of Echo, west of U.S. Hwy. 152 and off County Road 52/53. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Jacob Marcum Cemetery (also known as Stamper Cemetery), off U.S. Hwy. 152, approximately 1 mile south of Dunlow according to directions listed at the same site where 4 graves (surnames include Maynard and Queen) are listed.

    • Jacob W. Finley Cemetery, Lick Creek. This map won't pinpoint the cemetery, but will show the location of Lick Creek (northwest of the community of Kiahsville near East Lynn Lake). Source: WCGHS.

    • James Loar Cemetery, near Lycan's Nursery Source: WCGHS.

    • Jarrell Cemetery, Left Fork of Mill Creek. According to the site listing 28 interments at this cemetery, it is located on the Left Fork of Mill Creek, near Fort Gay (surnames include Billups, Burgess, Gilliam, Jarrell, Kennedy, Perry, Wright). This map won't pinpoint the cemetery, but will show the forks and branches of Mill Creek (enlarge and scroll to locate).

    • Jarrell Cemetery, Right Fork of Mill Creek. This map does not show the cemetery, only the location of the Right Fork of Mill Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Jarett Maynard Cemetery, Milam Creek (Kiahsville). There is 1 grave listed (surname is Maynard); there is no map listed at the same site as the grave, but there is a map at another site for a cemetery of the same name. Since Milam Creek is south of Kiahsville and appears to run into Kiah Creek and eventually into the tributaries of East Lynn Lake (see this map of Milam Creek and follow the creeks), it appears as if the two listings in Find-A-Grave should be the same cemetery as that listed in other sources.

    • Jasper Ferguson Cemetery, Left Fork, Big Lynn Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but this map shows the location of the Left Fork of Lynn Creek, west of East Lynn Lake and northwest of Kiahsville. Source: WCGHS.

    • Jay Smith-Shannon Cemetery, Right Fork, Gragston Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but this map shows the location of Gragston Creek, north of Pritchard off U.S. Hwy. 152. Source: WCGHS.

    • Jenkins Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Jesse Ramey Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but there are 2 graves listed (surnames are Smith and Spence). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Joels Branch Cemetery, located at the junction of County Road 32/1 (Hickory Gap Ridge) and Joel's Branch Road (County Road 32), northwest of the community of Genoa. See this map.

    • John Carrico Cemetery, Mill Creek. There is no cemetery location map, but this map will show the location of Mill Creek in Wayne County (Fort Gay). Source: WCGHS.

    • John E. Stephens Cemetery, Miller's Fork Creek. While there is no cemetery location map, this map will show the location of Millers Fork in Wayne County (Lavalette, west of the Beech Fork State Park). Source: WCGHS.

    • John Hensley Cemetery, Cranes Nest, 1 mile off McComas Creek (location information from WCGHS). Additional location information from Find-A-Grave.com, where there are 6 graves listed, includes: Crane's Nest Creek is a tributary of McComas Creek and is near Dunlow. (surnames include Adkins, Alexander and Hensley). There is no map of the cemetery location.

    • John L. Frasher Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists 2 graves (surnames are Finley and Harrison). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • John Maynard Cemetery, Mathis Ridge. There is no cemetery map location; Mathis Ridge can be found at this map. It is not known if this and the next listing are the same, but Mathis Ridge is not far from Kiahsville, as can be determined by the map. Source: WCGHS.

      John "Muck" Maynard Cemetery, Kiahsville. While there is no cemetery location or map listed at this source, 2 graves are listed (surnames Maynard and Queen). Because there is no map of this cemetery or the one listed above in the WCGHS cemetery books, it is not known if they are the same cemetery. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • John Napier Cemetery. This map will show the location of the cemetery, off Delta Hwy. 46 (Marilyn Napier Cemetery Road), not far from the junction of County Road 52/35. In a second cemetery listing at Find-A-Grave.com (it is presumed these two listings are the same cemetery and agree with other sources), there is one grave listed (surname is Napier).

    • John Newman Cemetery, Sugarwood Golf Course, Lavalette. There is no cemetery map location, but the community of Lavalette can be found on this map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Johnny Sutherland Cemetery, McComas, Wilsondale. There is no map of the cemetery location, but directions at the source include the following: The cemetery is located in the McComas/Wilsondale area (near Cabwaylingo State Park) of Dunlow, Wayne County. It is also known as the Jerry Williamson Cemetery. There are 22 graves listed (surnames include Belcher, Browning, Codman, Kirk, Maynard, McNeely, Mullins, Napier, Nelson, Newsome, Perry, Sutherland, Tomblin, Williamson. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Johns Robertson Cemetery, northeast of the community of Eiffel and southwest of the community of Genoa, this cemetery is located off County Road 52/20 (Hampton Ridge Road), just after the junction of County Road 34/4. See this map for location and this site for 43 grave listings (surnames including Adkins, Ball, Bartrum, Cyrus, Dingess, Robertson, Smith, Walker, and Watts). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Johnson Cemetery, Cotton Hill Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Jonas Cemetery, northeast of Wilsondale, off County Road 39/3 (Kelly Ridge Road). See this map.

    • Jones Cemetery (Ranger), south of the community of Cove Gap, off State Route 37 and on road that dead ends at Jones Branch. The dead-end road (no name listed on the map) can be accessed at about the junction of County Road 37/20 and County Road 38 (Steer Fork Road). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Jones Cemetery, southeast of Kiahsville and East Lynn Lake, south of State Route 37, on County Road 33 (Kiah Creek Road). See this map and 18 interments ( surnames include Curry, Jones, Manns, Maynard, Queen, Rigsby, and Slade). This is the same cemetery listed in the WCGHS cemetery books as Jones Cemetery, Big Laurel Creek.

    • Jones Cemetery (Nestlow), northeast of the town of East Lynn, off County Road 26, before you get to the community of Gilkerson. See this map and 12 graves listed (surnames include Adkins, Pearlman, Perry and Tabor).

    • Josiah Marcum Gravesite, Crum. There is no cemetery map or directions, but this gravesite is listed at the source (name is Josiah Marcum). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Judd Cemetery, Fort Gay. While there is no actual cemetery location or a map showing where near Fort Gay this cemetery is located, one grave is listed at the source (surname is Judd). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Jude Cemetery, Greenbrier Creek Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Jude, John J. Cemetery, Greenbrier Creek Road Source: WCGHS.

    • Justice Cemetery, northeast of U.S. Hwy. 152, off Delta Hwy. 44, which goes north from Brush Creek Road (County Road 31), along Damel Fork. See this map for cemetery location. It is not known if this is the same Justice Cemetery, listed in the WCGHS cemetery book as the one on Jennie's Creek, since this map showed Brush Creek and Twelvepole Creek, but not Jennie's.

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    • Kelley Cemetery, Lost Creek. There is no cemetery map; however, this map of Lost Creek will give the general idea of where the cemetery might be located. Lost Creek flows off the Big Sandy River at about Glenhays, which is located along U.S. Hwy. 152 and the Kentucky/West Virginia border. Source: WCGHS.

    • Kelly Knob Cemetery, Wilsondale. While there is no cemetery map at this site, Kelly Knob is located here; three gravesites are listed at this source (surname includes Maynard). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Kelly Perry Cemetery, East Lynn. There is no map of the cemetery location, but there are 2 graves listed at the source (surnames are Adkins and Davis). East Lynn is a town located along State Route 37, north of East Lynn Lake — see this map for the location of East Lynn. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Kilgore Cemetery, German Ridge Source: WCGHS.

    • Kirk Cemetery, Webb Source: WCGHS.

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    • Lane Cemetery, Cove Gap (on the property of Della (Lane) and Haskell Neace) Information submitted by Phyllis Ferguson

    • Lakin Cemetery, east of Hubbardstown, betweem County Road 27 (Big Hurricane Creek Road) and County Road 27/2 (Queens Creek Road), close to Queens Creek. See this map and then see this site for one grave (surname is Conley).

    • Larken (Lark) Maynard, Queens Ridge Road, Dunlow. There is no cemetery map, but this information was on the source site — "Larken (Lark) Maynard Cemetery" is located on Queen's Ridge Road, this being the same road on which also is located the Queen's Ridge Cemetery. The "Larken (Lark) Maynard Cemetery" is referred to by some as the "Will Maynard Cemetery." It is a small cemetery, has approximately 10-12 burial sites. Both the "Larken (Lark) Maynard Cemetery" and the "Queen's Ridge Cemetery" are located on the Queen's Ridge Syncline (as referred to by USGS), this ridge also being located near Harts, Lincoln County, WV. Submitted by Della Perry Lilly, Double Gr-gr-gr-Grand-Daughter Of: Absalom & Nancy (Murphy) Queen. There are also 2 graves listed (surname for both is Maynard) Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Lawrence Cemetery — there is no location or map of this cemetery, but there are 2 graves listed (surname for both is Gilkerson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Lick Creek Cemetery, East Lynn. The only location given for this cemetery is East Lynn, but this site lists 1 grave (surname is Dingess). The town of East Lynn can be located on this map. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Little Cemetery, Crum Hollow Source: WCGHS.

    • Little Cemetery, Silver Creek. There is no map of this cemetery; Silver Creek is located on this map. Silver Creek is located near the community of Crum. Source: WCGHS.

      Little Cemetery, Fort Gay. While there is no cemetery location except for the town of Fort Gay, there are 4 graves listed on the source (surname for all is Boone). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Livisay Cemetery, Apperson Street, Fort Gay. There is no map pinpointing this cemetery, but this is a map of the town of Fort Gay. There was no street by the name of Apperson; perhaps it is in another community close to Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Loar Cemetery, Aliff Heights, Fort Gay. See map of Fort Gay in previous listing, although the location of the cemetery could not be determined. Source: WCGHS.

    • Loar Cemetery, near Lycan's Nursery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Loar-Lycans Cemtery, River Road, Fort Gay. See map of Fort Gay above, although the location of the cemetery could not be determined.. Source: WCGHS.

    • Longpoint Cemetery is located north of East Lynn Lake; see this map for precise location.

    • Lowe Cemetery, Jennie's Creek. While there is no map that will pinpoint the cemetery, this one of Jennie's Creek may show the general location and this site lists one grave (surname Spaulding)Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Lower Napier Cemetery, off County Road 52/35, just south of the junction of County Road 3/2. This map shows the location of the cemetery.

    • Lower Smith Cemetery, Nestlow. While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, this one will show the location of Nestlow in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.

    • Lucas Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake, off County Road 3/01. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Luce Miller Cemetery. There is no map or location, but there is one grave listed at the source (surname is Dean). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Lycans Cemetery, along Brush Creek Road (County Road 31), just before it meets Delta Hwy. 44. This map shows the location of the cemetery and this site lists 1 grave (surname is Lycans).

    • Lycans Cemetery, Bromley Ridge. There is no cemetery location map; this one shows Bromley Ridge in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.

    • Lycans Cemetery, Big Hurricane Creek. There is no map or location for cemetery, but this is a map showing part of the location of Big Hurricane Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Lynch Cemetery, just north of County Road 36 (Tug River Road), between the community of Saltpetre and the railroad tracks along the West Virginia/Kentucky border. See this map for cemetery location and this one for one grave (surname is Conley.)

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    • McClellan-Crum Cemetery, off U.S. Hwy. 152, Moses Fork, at Dunlow, just south of the junction of County Road 44. Here is a map of the cemetery and one grave (surname: Colegrove).

    • McComas Family Cemetery, off State Route 75, between Chestnut and Pine streets, Kenova. This map will pinpoint the cemetery, while this site will list one grave (surname is McComas). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • McCoy Cemetery, off County Road 29/9 (Webb Road-Crum Hill Road), near Peters Branch. This map shows the cemetery location and this site lists 2 graves (surnames are Clifton and Crouse).

    • McCoy Cemetery, near the community of Cove Gap, off State Route 37 (East Lynn Road). See this map for cemetery location.

    • McCoy Cemetery, Upper Gragston Creek Road (County Road 18/2). See the cemetery location at this map. Note this cemetery is identified in the WCGHS index of cemeteries as McCoy-Wellman Cemetery.

    • McGinnis Cemetery, Falls Branch, Dickson (some surnames listed on this transcription are the same as the listing on Find-A-Grave.com, but this includes additional names. Surnames on this transcription include Adkins, Bing, Lycurgis, Owen and Stephenson). While there is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, it is located on Falls Branch Road (County Road 52/3) and there is a photo of the cemetery at the Find-A-Grave source, along with a list of 11 interments (surnames are all McGinnis). This map will show the location of Falls Branch Road heading east from the community of Dickson and the location of Falls Branch itself as it meets with Beech Fork, Twelvepole Creek. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • McKee Cemetery, German Ridge Source: WCGHS.

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    • Maple Hill Cemetery, Kenova. While there is no cemetery map location, the source has 16 interments listed (surnames include Blankenship, Carter, Daniels, Deerfield, Gue, McCormick, Mead, Pelfrey, Shamblin, Shannon, Skeens, Skiles, Spence, Stollings) Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Marcum Cemetery, near the community of Stonecoal, east of State Hwy. 52 at an unnamed road branching off Stonecoal Bridge Road (County Road 52/33). See this map for cemetery location. Note: there are two cemeteries listed in the WCGHS index of Volume II as being at Stonecoal Creek — Marcum Cemetery and Marcum Family Cemetery. It is not known if there are two separate cemeteries or if it was inadvertently listed twice in that volume. Because there were no directions or location on the index, it is not known if it is the same cemetery as this one found in numerous sources. See this tombstone photo of Samuel 'Red Beard' Ferguson on the WCGHS page of photos for Volume III of their cemetery index (scroll down for Samuel's tombstone photo). It is also not known if this cemetery was transcribed twice — in both Volume II and III. A transcription of five graves was found at Find-A-Grave.com (surnames are Copley, Damron, and Marcum). Since there was no map of that cemetery location, it is presumed it is the same cemetery (until given information otherwise).

    • Marcum Cemetery, off Cotton Hill Road (Delta Hwy. 5), which branches off southeast from State Route 152 after it intersects with U.S. Hwy. 52. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Marcum Cemetery. This cemetery is located southeast of Cabwaylingo State Park off County Road 35/5 (Tick Ridge), close to the deadend of that road. See this map for its location.

    • Marcum Cemetery (Tick Ridge), inside Cabwaylingo State Forest on Tick Ridge. Directions on this site are: "Located inside the Cabwaylingo State Forest on Tick Ridge. From the main park road, take the bridge by the pool and enter the group park area. Cross another small bridge and turn left up the hill beside the group camp location. Follow the mountain road (4-wheel drive would be recommended) to the very end at the top of Tick Ridge. The cemetery is located there, along with the old church house that still stands." See this map for cemetery location and a second transcription listing 48 graves, some duplicates of the first transcription. Be sure and check both (surnames for both include Brewer, Carroll, Collins, Damron, Einfeld, Ferguson, Finley, Herald, Lambert, McNeigh, Marcum, Maynard, Muncey, Parsley, Porter, Robinette, Salmons, Smith, Spaulding, Stroud, Vance, Varney, Wallace, Washburn, Workman, Wright, Unknown).

    • Marcum Cemetery, Crum. While no map is available at this source, one grave is listed (surname is Brumfield). It is also possible this is the same cemetery as Marcum, Manerva Cemetery listed below since they both appear to be near Crum. However, knowing how many cemeteries are in close proximity of each other in Wayne County makes it impossible to say with any certainty without directions or map locations, which aren't known at this time. This is a map of the community of Crum. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Marcum Cemetery, Watts Ridge. Note: this is one of five Marcum cemeteries in the WCGHS index in which we could not match to any of the Marcum cemerteries listed above. General maps (when available) are being provided to give you some idea of their location in the county, but no maps can pinpoint the cemetery locations. This is a map showing the location of Watts Ridge in Wayne County. This transcript was found on the pricefamilygatherings freepages at Rootsweb. Surnames include Fields, Marcum, Parsons, Perty and Ruark. Source: WCGHS.

    • Marcum, Albert Cemetery, U.S. Hwy. 52, Bull Creek. This map shows the location of Bull Creek in the county. Source: WCGHS.

    • Marcum, James Cemetery, Cotton Hill Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Marcum, Josiah Cemetery, Jennie's Creek. This map shows the location of Jennie's Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Marcum, Manerva Cemetery, Left Fork of Bull Creek. No map of the Left Fork of Bull Creek was found, but a map of Bull Creek shows it to be along the U.S. 52 Hwy., close to the communities of Tripp and Crum. This transcript was found on the pricefamilygatherings freepages at Rootsweb. Surnames include Chaffin, Dalton, Gillespie, Hager, Kirk, Marcum, Mullins, Romans, Rose, Stanley, Vaughan, and Whitt. Source: WCGHS.

    • Marilyn Napier Cemetery, off Delta Hwy. 46 (Marilyn Napier Cemetery Road), just before it intersects with the Brush Creek Road. The cemetery's location is here.

      Marion Adkins Cemetery, Bowen Creek. See one grave listed at the source (surname is Baker). While there is no map pinpointing the cemetery location, Bowen Creek is located here and is near Winslow, east of the Beech Fork State Park. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Marion Thompson Cemetery, Mill Creek. No map of the cemetery location is available. This map shows Mill Creek's location in the county. Source: WCGHS.

    • Mars Cemetery, northwest of the community of Gilkerson, off County Road 21 (Buck Ford Road) almost at the junction of County Road 26 to the west and Mill Hollow Road to the east. This map shows the location of the cemetery.

    • Marrs Cemetery, Beech Fork. There is no map to pinpoint cemetery location, but this one will show the general location of Beech Fork, starting near the community of Lavalette, off State route 152, and going east. Source: WCGHS.

    • Massie Cemetery, Forks of Hurricane Creek — this location was in the WCGHS index of cemeteries; the following grave transcription was listed in Find-A-Grave.com (surname is Massie); there was no cemetery location or map given at that site. It is not clear if this is the same cemetery, but I am listing it that way until I get information differently.

    • Mathis Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Matovich Cemetery, between the communities of Hubbardstown and Prichard, east of U.S. Hwy. 52, off Old County Hwy. 1. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Matthews Cemetery, Licklog Branch, off County Road 52/50, just after it intersects with County Road 52/22 (near Licklog Bridge). This is east of the community of Quaker and southeast of Radnor (where it is listed in the USGS). See this map for a precise location. Note: In the WCGHS cemetery index, this is spelled Mathews, but all other sources spell it as listed here.

    • Matty Ferguson Cemetery, northwest of the community of Wilsondale and southeast of the community of Missouri Branch and Cabwaylingo State Park, on a dead-end road off County Road 35/5. See this map for a precise location.

    • May Cemetery Source: WCGHS.

    • Maynard Cemetery, northeast of the community of Wilsondale on a dead-end loop off County Road 41/2 (Wilson Dale Road) See this map for the cemetery location and this page for 8 interments (surnames include Breeding, Maynard and Triplett).

    • Maynard Cemetery, southwest of the community of Kiahsville and south of East Lynn Lake, at the junction of Delta Hwy. 40 and Delta Hwy. 39 (Avis Maynard Cemetery Road). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Maynard Cemetery, east of the community of Genoa, off County Road 52/35 (Lycans Ridge) near the junction of County Road 30 and north of the junction of County Road 52/17. See this map for cemetery location and this site for two graves (surname for both is Maynard).

    • Maynard Cemetery, Wayne. There is no map for cemetery location; however, there is one grave listed (surname is Wiley. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Maynard Cemetery, Lost Creek. There is no cemetery map, but this one will give the location of Lost Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Maynard Cemetery, Tick Ridge. There is no cemetery map, but this one will give the location of Tick Ridge. Source: WCGHS.



    • Maynard-Lewis Cemetery, Crabtree Hill, Fort Gay. There is no cemetery map, but the source has 2 graves listed (surnames are both Maynard). This map shows the location of Fort Gay.

    • Mays Branch Cemetery. There is no location and no map available, but the source has one grave listed (surname is Trogdon). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Mays Cemetery, east of the community of Lavalette, on a dead-end road off County Road 13/8 (Mays Branch Road). Mays Branch Road goes east from Beech Fork Road (County Road 13) at Lavalette. See this map for the cemetery location.

    • Meade Cemetery, Blue Water Branch of McComas Creek, Wilsondale. There is no map for the cemetery location; the location provided by the source, which also lists 5 graves (surnames are all Browning). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Meade Cemetery, Radnor across bridge. There is no cemetery map, but this one will show the location of the community of Radnor; the cemetery should be somewhere in the vicinity. Source: WCGHS. Source: WCGHS.

    • Meade, Aaron Cemetery, Dunlow. There is no map of the cemetery location, but this one will show the location of the community of Dunlow. Source: WCGHS.

    • Meade Cemetery, Stonecoal. While there is no map of the cemetery location, this one shows where the community of Stonecoal is located, giving some idea of the cemetery location. Source: WCGHS.

    • Meade Cemetery, Roger Source: WCGHS.

    • Meade-Stamper Cemetery, Missouri Branch. There is no cemetery location map, but the community of Missouri Branch (State Route 152) and the Missouri Branch of Twelvepole Creek (off County Road 35) is shown on this map, which will give a general idea of where the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Meades Cemetery, northeast of Wilsondale, off County Road 29, just north of when the road becomes County Road 29 (Twelvepole Creek Road). This map shows the location of the cemetery.

    • Meades Cemetery, farther northeast of Wilsondale than the previous cemetery. This one is off County Road 39/2 near the Bluewater Branch of Cow Creek. This map shows the precise location of the cemetery.

    • Meddings Cemetery, Mill Creek. There is no map of the cemetery location, but there is one grave listed at the source (surname is Meddings). Mill Creek is located near Fort Gay — see this map for the general location. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Meddings Family Cemetery, Crum. There is one grave listed at the source (surname is Meddings). This map shows the location of Crum, off U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Melvin Williamson Cemetery, Wilsondale. This Cemetery is also known as the Jim Williamson Cemetery, according to the source. There are 5 graves listed (surnames include Damron, Stroud, Williamson, and Workman). While this map won't pinpoint the cemetery, it will show the location of Wilsondale. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Messer Cemetery, Stonecoal. There is no map of the cemetery location, but this one shows the location of the community of Stonecoal.

    • Mill Cemetery, north of the community of Gilkerson, off County Road 22/4 (Union Ridge Road/Singles Branch Road), just about where it intersects with County Road 26. This map shows the cemetery location.

    • Miller Cemetery, south of the community of Nestlow, off County Road 21/3, just south of the junction of County Road 50 (McClarity Branch 4 Mile Creek Road). This map shows the cemetery location.

    • Mills Cemetery, southwest of the community of Armilda (located on State Road 37), off County Road 37/12 (Edds Branch Road/Peter Cave Road). See this map showing the cemetery location and 6 interments (surnames include Bing, Miller, and Mills.

    • Mills Cemetery, Wells Mountain, southwest of the community of Missouri Branch, off County Road 40. See this map of cemetery location.

    • Mills Cemetery, northwest of the community of Nestlow and south of the community of Gilkerson, near Camp Creek, on a dead-end road off County Road 21/2 (north of County Road 26/1). See this map of the cemetery location.

    • Mills Cemetery, northeast of the town of East Lynn, on County Road 24/3, just north of the junction of that road with County Road 22 (Left Fork Miller Road). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Mills Cemetery, East Lynn. No location or cemetery map is available; however, the source does list one grave (surname is Thompson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Mills-Vaughan Cemetery. There is no location or cemetery map available; however the source lists 8 graves (surnames include Adkins, Baker, Carter and Miller). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Moore Cemetery, Grassy Fork of Mill Creek. While there is no actual location or cemetery map available, this map shows the Grassy Fork of Mill Creek (reminder — be sure and enlarge these maps to see details). The Grassy Fork runs along Delta Hwy. 22 and goes east from the Right Fork of Mill Creek Road (County Road 36/2). Source: WCGHS.

    • Moore Cemetery, Tabors Creek. There is no cemetery map or actual location, but this map shows the location of Tabor Creek in Wayne County, just south of the community of Hubbardstown. Source: WCGHS.

    • Moore Cemetery, Upper Tabors Creek. No cemetery map is available and no map of Upper Tabors Creek could be found. See previous listing for a location of Tabor Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Morrison Cemetery, southwest of the community of Gilkerson off County Road 26 and Right Fork of Little Lynn Creek just before the junction of Missouri Branch Road. See this map for cemetery location and this site for 7 graves (surnames include Adkins, Bias, Childers, Ferguson, Morrison)

    • Morrison Cemetery, Winslow. While there is no cemetery map location, there is one grave listed at the source (surname is Adkins). This map shows the location of the community of Winslow (the only information given at the source) so you can get the general location of the cemetery. Winslow is east of the Beech Fork State Park. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Mount Sinai Cemetery. The source offers the following information on this cemetery — "Mt. Sinai Cemetery/Church is located in an area near Cabwaylingo State Park." There is no cemetery map location, although these coordinates were listed at the source — "Approximately at: 37.98 N 82.279 W." See this listing of 7 graves (surnames include Maynard, Nelson, Perry, Williamson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Mount Vernon Cemetery (Lavalette), partial transcription. The cemetery is located off State Route 152 on County Road 52/6 (Mt Vernon Road) at the junction of County Road 52/8. A cemetery map location is here and a second transcripton of 33 graves is available. (Combined surnames include Adkins, Boyd, Bradshaw, Chandler, Coleman, Conway, Corns, Darling, Dean, Flowers, Gill, Gilson, Hutchison, Kovalchick, Leep, McClure, McCoy, McNeely, Mead, Mills, Mitchell, Napier, Nitti, Osburn, Parsons, Perdue, Porter, Powers, Reed, Reynolds, Ross, Samson, Spence, Thompson, Walters, Ward, Webb, Welch, Wellman, Williamson).

    • Mount Zion (Madison Creek). There are no directions and there is no cemetery map of the location, but the source lists 2 graves (surnames are both Morrison). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Mountain Home Cemetery & Church. This source has a map of the cemetery location, directions and additonal information — "This Cemetery can be reached by traveling St. Rt. 10 to Atenville, WV, turning onto Little Harts Creek Road at Atenville, continuing on Little Harts Creek Road to the top of Little Harts Mountain; shortly after reaching the top of Little Harts Mountain, continuing on a short distance and the road to Mountain Home Cemetery/Church will turn off to the right, going up the hill to the Cemetery/Church. NOTE: It is located in Wayne County, West Virginia, near the Lincoln-Wayne County, West Virginia, line and, looking at a US Geographical Area map, the area is known as Trough Fork. To lessen confusion for anyone not familiar with the area, persons who lived in this Trough Fork Area, as well as the Queen's Ridge Area, received their mail at Harts, Lincoln County, WV, even though they lived in Wayne County, WV"; and a transcription of 68 graves (surnames include Adkins, Browning, Cyfers, Ferrell, Hager, Manns, Maynard, McClellan, Moore, Nelson, Osborn, Pack, Queen, Ramey, Staley, Tomblin, Toppins, Toppings, Wiley, Williamson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Muck Cemetery. southwest of Kiahsville, on Delta Hwy. 31, close to Walker Branch. See this map of the cemetery location.

    • Mullins Cemetery, northeast of Wilsondale, on an unnamed road between County Road 39 (and Twelvepole Creek) and County Road 33 (Kiah Creek Road). See this cemetery map location.

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    • Napier Cemetery, on Wilson's Creek. See photo of the cemetery on the source page of photos for Volume II of the WCGHS cemetery index. While there is no map of the cemetery location, this one will show where Wilson Creek starts in the county; the cemetery could be anywhere along it. Source: WCGHS.

    • Napier Cemetery, Paddle Creek. While there is no cemetery map or location available, this map shows where Paddle Creek begins and ends; the cemetery is somewhere in that vicinity. Source: WCGHS.

    • Napier Cemetery, Bartram Fork. There is no cemetery map or location beyond Bartram Fork; I could not find a map for Bartram Fork, but found one for Bartram Branch of East Lynn Lake; it is not known if this is the same location, though. Source: WCGHS.

    • Napier Cemetery, southwest of the community of Radnor, at the junction of County Road 36/1 (Napier Ridge), Delta Hwy. 24 and the Grassy Fork of Mill Creek, and County Road 36 (Radnor Hollow Road), off State Route 152. See this map for cemetery location. In the WCGHS cemetery index, it lists this cemetery's location as "head of Grassy, Right Fork, Mill Creek."

    • Napier Cemetery, southwest of the town of East Lynn, off State Route 37 (East Lynn Road), at the end of a dead-end road that runs along the East Fork of Twelvepole Creek. See this map for cemetery location. Note: there is one grave listed at this site, with the surname Drehel and it is a duplicate of one of the names in the partial transcription in the next cemetery listing. It is not known at this time which is correct.

    • Napier Family Cemetery. There is no cemetery map or location, but the source lists three graves (surnames are Drehel and Hall). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Napier Ridge Cemetery. There is no cemetery map or location listed at the source, but this page lists two graves (surname for both is Webb). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Newman Cemetery, off Whites Creek Road at the junction of County Road 20 (Centerville-Prichard Road aka Whites Creek Road), near the junction of County Road 18 (Gragston Creek Road). See this map for precise cemetery location.

    • Newman Cemetery, Newman Road, Lavalette. This is a map of the community of Lavalette; Newman Road could not be found, but this map will provide an idea of where in the county the cemetery is located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Newman/Pharo Ferguson Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location or directions, but the source lists 5 graves (surnames are Christian and Hale). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Noe Cemetery, County Road 36 (Radnor Hollow Road), west of the community of Radnor. See this map for cemetery location. The WCGHS cemetery index lists the cemetery's location as "Right Fork, Mill Creek."

    • Noe Cemetery, State Route 37 and U.S. Hwy. 52, near Fort Gay. While there is no map showing the exact cemetery location, this one shows the town of Fort Gay. Just east of the town is the junction of 37 and 52. Source: WCGHS.

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    • "Old Place" Family Homestead, Lick Creek, Nestlow. While there is no map of the cemetery location, the source lists one grave (surname is Blevins). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Osburn Cemetery, near the railroad tracks south of Camp Creek Road (County Road 25) just east of the junction of State Route 37 and County Road 22. This map shows cemetery location. There are four graves listed (surnames include Corns, Farra, and Watts). This is probably the same cemetery listed in WCGHS Cemeteries, Vol. II as "Camp Creek, just above East Lynn" since East Lynn Road (State Route 37) is south of this location.

    • Osburn, John Thomas Cemetery, Wolf Creek Road. There is no cemetery map location, but this map will show the location of Wolf Creek and the part of County Road 27 presumed to be Wolf Creek Road.Source: WCGHS.

    • Osburn-Bartram Cemetery, Wolf Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but see previous entry for the location of Wolf Creek in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.com.

    • Otis Ball Cemetery, Joel's Branch. While there is no cemetery map location, this map will show the start of Joel's Branch, south of the town of Wayne. The cemetery could be anywhere along that branch of Twelvepole Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ottic Adkins Cemetery. There is no map location, but the source lists 3 graves (all with the surname of Childers). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

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    • Pack Cemetery, Kiahsville. While there is no cemetery map location, the source lists 2 graves (surnames of both are Pack). The community of Kiahsville is shown in this map. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Pack Cemetery, Tom's Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave (surname is Pack). The location of Tom's Creek is on this map as it branches off Twelvepole Creek in the town of Wayne.Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Parsley Cemetery, off U.S. Hwy. 52, south of the junction of County Road 52/31. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Parsley, John B. Cemetery, Webb quadrangle. Note: the previous cemetery listing in the USGS index of cemeteries listed it as being in the Webb census map; it is possible this cemetery is the same as the previous listing. Source: WCGHS.

    • Parsons Cemetery, off Campcreek Road (County Road 25 between the communities of Girard and Nestlow, southeast of Nestlow Branch). See this map for cemetery location and this grave transcription (surname is Parsons).

    • Parsons Cemetery, southeast of the community of Gilkerson, at the end of a dead-end road off County Road 26/1 (and Camp Branch). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Parsons Cemetery, Mill Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but Mill Creek begins at the town of Fort Gay — see this map for Mill Creek location in the county. Source: WCGHS.

    • Parsons Cemetery, Tiger Fork of Camp Creek. There is no map to pinpoint the cemetery, but this one shows where Tiger Fork intersects County Road 25. Source: WCGHS.

    • Parsons-McCoy Cemetery, Webb Road. There is no cemetery map location, but this one shows the community of Webb and Webb Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Pat Maynard Cemetery, at the end on an unnamed dead-end road off Delta Hwy. 37, south of the community of Kiahsville. See this map and one grave (surname is Simms).

    • Patrick Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location or directions, but the source lists 4 graves (surnames include Calfee and Johnson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Patrick Cemetery. It is not known if this cemetery and either the one above and/or the one below could be the same. The two surnames listed in the above cemetery do not appear on the partial transcription for the cemetery just below this listing. Source: WCGHS.

    • Patrick Creek Cemetery (partial transcription). (Surnames include Christian, Ferguson, Meadows, Stonewall, and Meadows.) Since one grave transcription matches the partial transcription below, it is likely this is the same cemetery as that one.

    • Patrick Creek Cemetery. There is no map location, but there are two graves listed at the source (surnames are Mathis and Workman). This map of Patrick Creek, while it won't show the cemetery location, will give a general idea of where the cemetery could be if it is along Patrick Creek and County Road 7. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Pennington Cemetery, Upper Tabor's Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perdue Cemetery, Goodwill Road, off Spring Valley Road. Without directions or further information, it is not known if this cemetery listed in Volume III of the WCGHS cemetery book is the same as the next one listed. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perdue Cemetery, next to Spring Valley Cemetery in Huntington (surnames include Allen, Collier, Fosburg, Jerrell, McKinley, Perdue, Shuff, Welch, Wilson).

    • Perdue Cemetery, Big Creek, Wayne. There is no cemetery map available; this one will show the location of Big Creek north of the town of Wayne. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perry Cemetery, Watts Ridge, Genoa. This may be the same cemetery as the one listed below as Perry-Watts, but without more information, that can't be determined. If it refers to the location of Watts Ridge, then this map of that location can give a general idea of an area where the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perry Point Cemetery, Jennie's Creek. There is no cemetery map location; this map of Jennie Creek will offer some information about where in the county this cemetery could be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perry Cemetery, Stepptown. No cemetery map is available; this map of Stepptown can show where in the county the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Perry Cemetery, on Delta Hwy. 5 (Cotton Hill Road), off State Route 152, just after its junction with U.S. Hwy. 52. See this map for cemetery location and this page for 2 graves (surnames are Fife and Zeek). This cemetery is listed in the WCGHS cemetery index as Perry, I.V. Cemetery.

    • Perry Cemetery, on a dead-end loop of what appears to be an unnamed road off County Road 35 (Twelvepole Creek Road), just east of the junction of County roads 35 and 35/2. See this map and one grave listed (surname is Farley).

    • Perry Ridge Cemetery, on Perry Ridge Road, just south of the junction of County Road 39/1. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Perry-Watts Cemetery. While there is no map location available, this source lists 2 graves (both are surname of Perry). It is likely this is the same cemetery as the one listed above as Perry Cemetery, Watts Ridge, Genoa (sourcing WCGHS), though I can't know for sure without locations. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Pertee Cemetery, Bull Creek, Route 52. There is no cemetery map, but if you enlarge the map and scroll east on this map of Bull Creek, you will see where Bull Creek meets up with U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Peters Cemetery, Mill Creek. There is no map of the cemetery; this one shows the location of Mill Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Peters (Artrip) Cemetery, Spruce Creek. While there is no cemetery map, this one of Spruce Lick Creek off State Route 37 and showing County Road 37/4 will give some idea of the possible location of the cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Peyton-Newman Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but there is one grave listed (surname is Bailey). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Pharo-Ferguson Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but there is one grave listed (surname is Christian). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Plymal Cemetery, east of the community of Hubbardstown, off Queen's Creek Road (County Road 27/2). See this map for location of the cemetery and this page for 7 interments (surnames are all Plymale).

    • Plymale Cemetery, Malcom Lane, County Route 75, which is different from the USGS and other source maps for the Plymal cemetery above. Source: WCGHS.

    • Porter Cemetery, off County Road 36/1 southwest of the junction of State Road 36 (Radnor Hollow Road), Delta Hwy. 22, and 36/1. See this map of cemetery location.

    • Porter Cemetery, Watts Ridge, beside Pratt Cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Porter Family Cemetery, East Lynn. See this map for cemetery location and this page for 2 graves (surname of both is Porter). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Pratt Cemetery, off County Road 36, just west of the junction of County Road 36/4. See this map for cemetery location and this page for one grave listing (surname is Henry).

    • Pratt Cemetery, Watts Ridge, beside Porter Cemetery. There is no location; this map shows the general location of Watts Ridge in Wayne County — it is possible that this Pratt cemetery is the same as the Pratt cemetery listed above (with the map put out by USGS and other source listings); however, the WCGHS says the Porter and Pratt cemeteries are next to each other. The official source maps for those two cemeteries show they are near, but not beside each other. Therefore, they have all been listed separately until it can be determined the second Porter and Pratt listings are not duplicates of the official sources. Source: WCGHS.

    • Pres Friley Cemetery, Kiahsville. There is no cemetery map, but according to the source, this " Cemetery can be reached by traveling St. Rt. 37 (between St. Rt. 10 [Ranger-14 Mile Creek, Lincoln County, WV] and East Lynn, Wayne County, WV). Traveling from East Lynn, WV, toward St. Rt. 10, after passing the Kiahsville, WV, post office watch for a sign, on the right, saying "Jones Chapel Church and another one beside it "Pres Friley Cemetery (road turning right off St. Rt 37. Traveling from St. Rt. 10, watch for, on the left, a "green/white" State Highway Sign, again on the left side of St. Rt. 37, sign indicating "Wade Adkins Branch Road", turning left off St. Rt. 37. Continue on "Wade Adkins Branch Road" until you reach the top of a very steep hill and, at the top of the hill, a road turning to the right will lead to the Pres Friley Cemetery. Continuing on the "Wade Adkins Branch Road", going down the other side of this very steep hill, will bring one (at the bottom of the hill) to the Jones Chapel Church/Cemetery. This "Wade Adkins Branch Road" is black-top until one reaches Jones Chapel Church. As an historical reference, both the Pres Friley and Jones Cemetery/Chapel are sometimes listed as (and are near) Cove Gap, WV, (St. Rt. 37 actually passes through Cove Gap, WV)." See this page for 21 interments (surnames include Adkins, Marcum, Moon, Napier, Pack, Ramey, Spence, Wiley, Williams, Williamson). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Preston Cemetery, junction of County Road 52/22 and State Route 152 at Licklog Branch at the community of Quaker, north of the community of Dunlow. See this map for cemetery location and this page for 4 graves (surnames are Farra and Preston). It is believed this is the same cemetery as the one listed in Volume I of the WCGHS cemetery index as "Preston, Thomas Cemetery, Mouth of Licklog, Rt 152."

    • Preston Cemetery, Ferguson. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave (surname of Preston).Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Prince Family Cemetery, Prichard. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave surname is Brewer). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Prince Cemetery, Route 52, Bull Creek. There is no map showing the exact cemetery location, but this one shows Bull Creek from the West Virginia/Kentucky border east to U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Pruitt Cemetery, Crum Hollow Road. There is no map of the cemetery, but this one is of the community of Crum and shows Crum Hollow Road east of U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: WCGHS.

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    • Queen Cemetery, southeast of the community of Kiahsville and southwest of the community of Cove Gap, off Delta Hwy. 36 south of the junction of that road and Kiah Creek Road (County Road 33). See map for cemetery location.

    • Queen's Ridge Cemetery, Dunlow. There is no cemetery map, but this site has several photos of the cemetery and a transcript of 255 interments (surnames include Adkins, Bailey, Brown, Browning, Bruce, Caldwell, Copley, Counts, Elliott, Grimmette/Grimmet, Hager, Jackson, Jones, Kirk, Manns, Marcum, Marsh, Martin, Maynard, Mitchell, Montgomery, Moore, Nelson, Pack, Perry, Plumbley, Queen, Queen-Bruce, Queen-Maynard, Ramey, Riffe, Skeens, Spence, Spry, Stephens, Stollings, Tomblin, Toppins, vance, Wiley, Williamson, Workman). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

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    • Raines Cemetery, Tolsia, across from Paddle Creek. There is no cemetery map location; this map will show Paddle Creek, off U.S. Hwy. 52 along County Road 29/2. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ramey Cemetery, south of the town of East Lynn, west of East Lynn Lake. See this map for the cemetery location.

    • Ratcliff Cemetery, Bromley Ridge. There is no cemetery map, but this one will give you an idea of the location of Bromley Ridge. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ratcliff Cemetery, Glenhayes. While there is no cemetery map, this one shows the location of the community of Glenhayes, near the West Virginia/Kentucky border. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ratcliff Cemetery, Route 75, Trailer Park. There is no cemetery map, no name or location of the trailer park, and no map that just shows State Route 75, but the road runs between U.S. Hwy. 52 (north of the community of Neal) and the Lavalette Golf Club (see the map in the next cemetery listing for the community of Lavalette — Route 75 can be followed). Source: WCGHS.

    • Ratliff-Chinn Cemetery, Camp Creek, Lavalette. While there is no cemetery map to pinpoint its location, this map of Camp Creek, near the community of Lavalette, is provided to show the general area in which the cemetery could be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Reed Cemetery, River Road, north of Fort Gay. There is no cemetery map location; this map shows the location of Fort Gay. Source: WCGHS.

    • Rickman Cemetery, Right Fork of Camp Creek, 8th Street Road (County Road 11), north and east of the Lavalette Golf Course. See this map for the location of the creek and 8th Street Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Riggs Cemetery, just west of the community of Centerville (on County Road 19), off County Road 19/5 (Bridge Branch Road). See this map for the cemetery location and one interment (surname is Damron).

    • Riggs Cemetery, Head of Joels Branch. There is no cemetery map location; this map shows Joels Branch along Joels Branch Road (County Road 32) at its junction with State Route 152 at the community of Sidney. Source: WCGHS.

    • Robert Vaughn Cemetery, East Lynn. There is no cemetery map location, but this page lists one grave (surname of Maynard). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Robertson Cemetery, east of the community of Radnor, on a loop of Delta Hwy. 43 as it branches off County Road 52/21 from the community of Ferguson on State Route 152. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Robertson Cemetery, northwest of the community of Radnor, on County Road 34/4 (Hampton Ridge Road), north after the junction of County Road 52/18. See this map for cemetery location. This next page shows the same map coordinates, but is titled Robinson Cemetery. The directions and information given by the transcriber are: "Lat: 38� 04' 55"N, Lon: 82� 24' 06"W Stonewall Twp. To reach from Wayne take Hwy 152 south for about 13 miles to Ferguson Branch Rd, which turns off to the left or east. Follow this road to the top of the hill. You will pass Damron cemetery on the left. Take the next secondary road to the left, and continue about a fourth of a mile. The cemetery sits on the right. This cemetery is called the Robertson Cemetery on the USGS map and it is situated just east of the community of Ferguson. There were five graves with worn tombstones that are not legible." Surnames include Adkins, Blankenship, Browning, Crum, Dingess, Gisriel, Harmon, Jervis, Lively, Marcum, Mathews, Maynard, Robertson, Robinson, Salmons, Scaggs, Shannon, Skaggs, Smith, Stevens, Thompson, Watts, Workman.

    • Robertson Cemetery, Dunlow. While there is no cemetery map location, this page lists two graves (surnames are Copley and Thompson) and this map shows the community of Dunlow, on State Route 152. It is not known if the cemetery is directly in the community or just near it. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Robertson Cemetery, Tark Hill Road, Route 37. Source: WCGHS.

    • Robertson/Vaughan Cemetery, across hill from JJJ Farm, on Greenbrier Creek. There is no cemetery map location; this map shows Greenbrier Creek along County Road 37/8. Source: WCGHS.



    • Robinson Cemetery, Ferguson Branch, Dunlow. While there is no cemetery map location, there is one grave on this page (surname is Marcum) and a map showing the location of the community of Dunlow (on State Route 52, north of the community of Missouri Branch and the junction of U.S. Hwy. 52). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.



    • Ross Cemetery, Kiahsville. There is no cemetery map location. The community of Kiahsville can be seen on this map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Ross Cemetery, south of the community of Girard and southwest of the community of Nestlow, off County Road 28 (Laurel Creek Road), this map shows the cemetery location and this page shows 3 interments (surnames are Napier and Ross).

    • Ross Cemetery, west of the community of Nestlow and north of the town of East Lynn, at the junction of County roads 22 and 26, this map shows the cemetery location.


    • Rowe Cemetery, Apperson Street, Fort Gay

    • Rowe Cemetery, off Delta Hwy. 10 (Anderson Street), Fort Gay. See this map of the cemetery location. Note: In the WCGHS cemetery index, it lists a Rowe Cemetery on Apperson (not Anderson) Street in Fort Gay. It is not known if this was in error and they are the same cemetery so I left both listings here until confirmation can be made.

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    • Salem Evangelical Cemetery. There is no cemetery map available, but there are 19 interments listed (surnames include Adkins, Bevans, Meadows, Mlller, Workman). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Salmon Cemetery, Webb. There is no map showing the cemetery location; this one will show the location of Webb, off U.S. Hwy. 52 near the Kentucky/West Virginia border. Source: WCGHS.

    • Salmon Cemetery, Stonecoal. There is no map showing the cemetery location; this one will show the location of Stonecoal, southeast of the community of Crum off U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Salmon Cemetery, Right Fork of Bull Creek. There is no map showing the cemetery location; this one will show the location of Right Fork of Bull Creek, north of Crum on U.S. 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Salmons-Marcum Cemetery, Left Fork of Bull Creek. There is no map showing the cemetery location and one could not be found for the Left Fork of Bull Creek. The map listed in the previous listing will show the location of Bull Creek. Maybe there was an error in this listing. There is also a Bull Fork in Wayne County. Source: WCGHS.

    • Samuel Damron Cemetery, head of Ferguson Branch. There is no map for this cemetery, but there are two graves listed (surnames are Marcum and Meade. This map, while it won't pinpoint the cemetery, will show the location of the head of Ferguson Branch, at the community of Ferguson on State Route 152. This should be near the cemetery location; "head of Ferguson branch" is the location listed in the WCGHS index of cemeteries.

    • Sammons-Williamson Cemetery, Crum-Webb Road. Crum-Webb Road is actually County Road 29/9 and runs between the community of Webb, seen on this map to the community of Crum on this map. Source: WCGHS.

    • Sanders Cemetery, on Camp Creek Road (County Road 25) between Nestlow and Girard. See this map for cemetery location and this page for one grave listing (surname is Sanders).

    • Sanson Cemetery, off County Road 24/1 (Blankenship Fork Road) and along Millers Fork of Newcomb. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Scott Cemetery, Doss Hill Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • S.D. Copley Cemetery, off Coal Haul Road, Missouri Branch. Coal Haul Road goes east from County Road 35, just south of the community of Missouri Branch. While this won't pinpoint the cemetery, this map of Missouri Branch will show the location of Coal Haul Road and give some idea of where in the county this cemetery is located. There is also a photo of the tombstone of Elizabeth and Silas D. Copley and one of Lt. Copley (from the Civil War) on the WCGHS cemetery index (scroll down to see photos). Source: WCGHS.

    • Sellards Cemetery, Camp Creek, just north of East Lynn. There is no cemetery map location, but this one of Camp Creek will come the closest to identifying the proximity of the cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Shannon Cemetery, Prichard, off County Road 52/71. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Sias Cemetery, southeast of the community of Cove Gap, off Steer Fork Road (County Road 38). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Silas Copley Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location; see this page for two interments (surnames are both Maynard). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Silas D. ("Sile") Copley Cemetery, Dunlow, Missouri Branch. There is no cemetery map location, but this location is given by the source: On "Coal-Haul" Road (road being located near entrance to Cabwaylingo State Park area), Dunlow (Missouri Branch section). See this page for a photo of the cemetery sign and this one for 106 interments (surnames include Artis, Auxier, Baisden, Browning, Copley, Elliott, Hampton, Haney, Hollandsworth, Kirk, Maynard, Nelson, Olson, Perry, Smith, Spence, Stevens, Williamson, Wolford and one unknown Civil War soldier.) Note: the previous cemetery listing, also attributed to this source, has two of the same names in the intermenet listings; however, the dates of birth and death are not the same in both listings. Therefore, it was included here.Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Skeens Cemetery, southeast of East Lynn, off State Route 37, just south of the junction of County Road 28. See this map for cemetery location and this page for 27 interments (surnames include Collins, Griffin, Ross, Skeens, Steele).

    • Smith Cemetery, between the communities of Quaker and Dunlow, off State Route 152, just north of the junction of County Road 52/24. See this map for cemetery location and this page for two graves (surnames are both Fields). Note: In the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is listed as being in the Radnor census district. Here, it was listed as Sidney. However, the community of Sidney is not that close to the cemetery.

    • Smith Cemetery, south of East Lynn Lake and southwest of Kiahsville, off a dead-end loop of Delta Hwy. 41. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Smith Cemetery, near the community of Sidney (on State Route 137), to the west of Joel's Branch Road (County Road 32). See this map for cemetery location and this page for one grave (surname is Rice). Note: In the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is listed as being in the Wayne census district.

    • Smith Cemetery, at the community of Echo, near the junction of State Routes 137 and 152. See this map for cemetery location. Note: In the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is listed as being in the Wayne census district.

    • Smith Cemetery, south of the community of Centerville, north of County Road 18/1 and Black Fork, just west of the junction of County Road 18 and Gragston Creek. See this map for cemetery location. Note: In the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is also listed as being in the Prichard census district (along with the listing directly below).

    • Smith Cemetery, west of U.S. Hwy. 52 in Prichard, north of Prichard Road. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Smith Cemetery, southwest of the community of Dickson, west of State Route 152, off County Road 52/6 (Mt. Vernon Ridge). See this map for cemetery location. Note: In the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is listed as being in the Lavalette census district.

    • Smith Cemetery, Grassey, Napiers Ridge. No cemetery map is available; without more precise information, it could not be determined if this listing at WCGHS is one of the seven listed above. Source: WCGHS.

    • Smith Cemetery, Right Fork of Mill Creek. No cemetery map is available; without more precise information, it could not be determined if this listing at WCGHS is one of the seven listed above. Source: WCGHS.

    • Snow Cemetery, Watts Ridge. No cemetery map location is available, but this map of Watts Ridge will show the approximate location of the cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Sol Perry Cemetery. There is no map of this cemetery location, but these directions were given at Find-A-Grave — "Solomon ("Sol") Perry Cemetery, on a road turning off "coal-haul" road (this road being near Cabwaylingo State Park), Dunlow (Missouri Branch section)" — where there is a photo of the cemetery and a transcription of 148 interments (surnames include Acord, Adkins, Ayers, Badzik, Belcher, Burlingame, Caldwell, Coburn, Copley, Deaton, Evans, Finley, Fry, Jude, Loggins, Lusher, Marcum, Maynard, Meade, Napier, Nelson, Pack, Perry, Pilbeam, Queen, Sewell, Spaulding, Spencer, Tomblin, Williamson). There is also a photo of Andrew Perry's tombstone and one of Sarah E. and Solomon Perry's tombstone on the WCGHS cemetery listing site for Volume III.

    • Spaulding Cemetery, south of Wilsondale, on County Road 41/1 (Turkey Creek Road), or as listed in the WCGHS index of cemeteries: "Jack Fork of Turkey Creek." See this map for cemetery location.

    • Spaulding-Parsley Cemetery, Low Gap, Crum. While there is no cemetery map location, this map of the community of Crum will give the general location of the cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Spears Cemetery, Saltpetre. There is no cemetery map location, but this map of the community of Saltpetre (south of the town of Fort Gay) will give the general location of the cemetery. Source: WCGHS.

    • Spence Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake and northeast of Radnor, off County Road 52/35 (Lycans Ridge), south of the junction of Delta Hwy. 46; this map will show the cemetery location. This is called the "Spence, Wade Cemetery" in the WCGHS cemetery index.

    • Spurlock Cemetery, Route 152, north of Wayne, according to the WCGHS cemetery index. There is no map of the cemetery location, but there is one grave listed at Find-A-Grave (surname is Spurlock). This map of the location of the town of Wayne will show the vicinity of the county where the cemetery will be located.

    • Staley Cemetery, Lower Gragston Creek. There is no cemetery map location and none could be found for Lower Gragston Creek; however, this map shows the location of Gragston Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Staley/Stevens Cemetery. There is no cemetery map showing location; the source has 10 interments (surnames include Stevens and Stevenson) listed. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Staley-Booth Cemetery, White's Creek — this transcription surnames include Adkins, Booth, Brumfield, Collins, Gilkerson, Hines, Johns, Lett, McGowan, Malcolm, Millard, Osborne, Perdue, Plybon, Pyles, Singleton, Skaggs, Smith, Staley, Thacker, Thompson, Ward, and Unmarked and Illegible stones. There is no map of the cemetery location, but White's Creek originates near the community of Cyrus on U.S. Hwy. 52 and runs along County Road 19. Find-A-Grave.com has photos of the cemetery and one grave (surname is Staley).

    • Stephens Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but the source has one interment listed (surname is Aliff). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Stephens Cemetery, east of the town of Wayne, off County Road 17/4 (Wilson Creek Road) at almost the junction of that road and County Road 24 (Upper Newcomb Road to the south and Right Fork of Millers Fork Road to the north). See this map for cemetery location and two graves (surnames are Stephens and Vance).

    • Stepp-James Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists four graves (surnames are Stepp and Sturgell). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Stepp-Mollett Cemetery, Stepptown. There is no cemetery map location, but this map shows the location of the community of Stepptown, along U.S. Hwy. 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Stevens Cemetery, off County Road 26, just north of the junction of the Stevens Branch of the Right Fork of Little Lynn Creek. See this map for cemetery location and this page for two interments (surnames are both Stevens). The WCGHS cemetery index lists this cemetery as being on River Bend Road.

    • Steward Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave (surname is Steward). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Stiltner Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake and northeast of Radnor, off County Road 52/27 (Old County 30/1), after the junction of County Road 52/35 (Lycans Ridge). See this map for cemetery location and this page for six interments (surnames are Adkins, Aliff, Maynard, Stapelton, Tabor).

    • Strother Cemetery, Hubbardstown. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists 59 interments (surnames include Bellomy, Davis, Ellis, Fortner, Hodge, Horton, Johnson, Lett, Massie, Meredith, Neal, Selbee, Skeens, Stitch, Strother, Swathwood, Thompson ). Source: Find-A-Grave.com. This map will show the location of Hubbardstown, south of Prichard on U.S. Hwy. 52. There is a second transcription of 33 interments — the surnames are the same; you might want to compare and see if all the information is the same since the transcriber said this about the cemetery: "Located between Big and Little Hurricane Creek Roads on top of hill. The cemetery is hard to reach and there is no decent road leading up to it. A lot of the markers are in poor condition and hard to read and the cemetery is in poor condition. Was unable to find out who owns it. The names were obtained from several different sources including a walk through. There were several graves I could not reach because of the high weeds."

    • Stroud Cemetery, north of Wilsondale and north of the Gourd Branch of Twelvepole Creek, this cemetery is past the dead-end of Perry Ridge Road (County Road 39/3) before Perry Ridge becomes County Road 3514 (35/14?). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Stump Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave (surname is Burton). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Swathwood Cemetery, Greenbrier Creek Road. There is no cemetery map location, but Greenbrier Creek is shown in this map. Greenbrier Creek runs along County Road 37/8 (presumed to be Greenbrier Creek Road), of State Route 37, southwest of the community of Echo. Source: WCGHS.

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    • Tabor Cemetery, east of the town of East Lynn and west of the community of Nestlow, near the Right Fork of Camp Creek. See this map for the cemetery location and a photo of the cemetery and this page for 6 interments (surnames include Ball and Tabor). Note: The WCGHS cemetery index lists two separate Tabor cemeteries (Tabor #1 and Tabor #2), both in the same location. The USGS and other sources list only one Tabor Cemetery, the one with the map here.

    • Tallclay Cemetery, noth of the communities of Nestlow and Girard, off County Road 25/1, along Turkeycamp Branch. See this map for the cemetery location.

    • Taylor Cemetery, Cove Gap. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists two graves (surname for both is Wiley). While there is no map, this map will show the location of the community of Cove Gap, on State Route 37. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Thomas Copley Cemetery, Webb. There is no map of the cemetery location; this one shows where the community of Webb is located, off U.S. Hwy. 52. See this page for this information on the cemetery from the transcriber: "I was told this was the Thomas Copley Cemetery and that it is located at Tripp, WV, siding near Webb," and this page for 14 interments (surnames include Copley, Duty, Fitch and Hammond).Sources: WCGHS and Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Thompson Cemetery, near the community of Genoa, north of Radnor, off County Road 52/16, almost at the junction of County Road 34. See this map and one grave (surname is Thompson).

    • Thompson Cemetery, Flat Bridge of Mill Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but this is a map of Mill Creek that would give some idea of where the cemetery might be. Source: WCGHS.

    • Thompson Cemetery, Fork of Hurricane Creek. There is no cemetery map location and this location from the source does not say which fork of Hurricane Creek; here is a map of Hurricane Creek to get some idea of where in the county this cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Thompson Cemetery, Bowman Hill, Mount Union. Source: WCGHS.

    • Thompson Cemetery, Genoa Hill, toward Mill Creek. There is no cemetery map location; this map is of the community of Genoa — Mill Creek originates west of Genoa in the town of Fort Gay; Mill Creek Road is County Road 34. I do not know where Genoa Hill is located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Thompson Cemetery, Old Meeting House Road. There is no cemetery map location, but this map of Hurricane Creek shows Meeting House Branch Road going north of U.S. 52 north of the community of Saltpetre. It is not known if this is the same as "Old Meeting House Road." Source: WCGHS.

    • Thompson-Webb Cemetery, Tar Kiln Road. Source: WCGHS.

    • Tooley Cemetery, East Lynn. There is no cemetery map, but there is one grave listed on this page at the source (surname is Tooley). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Toppins Cemetery, Queens Ridge. There is no cemetery map, but the source lists the location as Queens Ridge and has one grave listed (surname is Sutherland). Queen's Ridge is located here; while it won't show the cemetery location, it will give some idea of where it might be located. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Trent Cemetery, east of the town of Fort Gay, on State Route 37, east of County Road 37/4 and along Hurricane Creek. See this map for cemetery location. On the USGS and other source maps, it lists this cemetery as being in the Prichard census area.

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    • Upper Baby Meade Cemetery, Wayne. There is no cemetery map location, but the source lists one grave (surname is Meade. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Upper Napier Cemetery, west of East Lynn Lake, on County Road 52/35 (Lycans Ridge), just south of the junction of County Road 3/2. See this map of the cemetery.

    • Upper Smith Cemetery, Nestlow. There is no cemetery map location; this map is the location of the community of Nestlow, and while it won't pinpoint the cemetery, it will give some of idea of where it might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Vance Cemetery, Millers Fork. While there is no cemetery map available, this source lists two graves (surnames are both Vance). While this won't pinpoint the cemetery location, this map of Millers Fork (west of the Beech Fork State Park) will help show where the cemetery could be located.Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Varney Cemetery, Silver Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but this one of Silver Creek near the community of Crum will give some idea of the cemetery's location in the county. Source: WCGHS.

    • Vaughn Family Cemetery, East Lynn. There is no map of the cemetery location and it is not known if the location is the town of East Lynn or East Lynn Lake; either way, this map shows the location of both in the county. See the source listing of 22 interments (surnames include Aldridge, Alvis, Carey, Carter, Cox, Lett, Maynard, Vaughn, and Watts). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Vaughan-Mills Cemetery, Edd's Branch, Peter Cave. While there is no map of the exact cemetery location, this one shows the location of Edd's Branch. This page at Find-A-Grave lists one interment (surname is Cline).

    • Vine Cemetery, between the town of East Lynn and the community of Armilda, on Vaughn Cemetery Road. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Vinson Cemetery, Jct. Routes 37 & 52. Source: WCGHS.

    • Vinson Cemetery, Glenhayes. There is no map of the cemetery location; this one shows the location of the community of Glenhayes. Source: WCGHS.

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    • Walker Cemetery, Route 152, Drift Creek. There is no map of the cemetery location, but this one of Drift Branch south of the community of Genoa on State Route 152 will give some idea of where the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wallace Cemetery, Tick Ridge near Cabwaylingo Park. There is no map of the cemetery location, but this one of Tick Ridge near Cabwaylingo State Park will give a general idea of the cemetery location. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wallace Cemetery, southwest of Kiahsville, off County Road 37/16 (Beechy Branch Road), just north of the junction of the Left Fork of Rich Creek Road. See this map for cemetery location and this page for three interments (surnames are all Mathis).

    • Ward Cemetery. There was no location given by the source; however, it could be the same cemetery located in Find-A-Grave.com which lists 72 interments, but no map or location. Surnames include Arthur, Carey, Crum, Earl, Fischer, Hill, Kings, Owens, Perdue, Plaster, Plymale, Reece, Rickman, Roberts, Salmons, Stephenson, Varney, Walker, Ward, Wellman, Woothen. Sources: WCGHS and Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Watson Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location or directions; there are four graves listed (surnames are Baker, Chaney, Clark and Perry). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Watts Cemetery, Big Lynn Creek Road. There is no cemetery map location; there is one grave listed (surname is Thompson). This map of Lynn Creek will show Big Lynn Creek Road, west of the town of East Lynn on State Route 37. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Watts Cemetery, Right Fork of Mill Creek. There is no cemetery map location; this one will show the location of the Right Fork of Mill Creek, which will offer some information on where the cemetery could be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Watts Cemetery, Genoa (surnames include Bunn, Cassidy, Caudill, Chaffin, Dalyah, Ferguson, Hardwick, Lambert, Leist, Perry, Porter, Rose, Thacker, Tommy, Watts, Webb, Wilson. There are no directions or location other than the community of Genoa; while this won't show the cemetery location, it will give some idea of where it might be located. Source: Transcriber submitted to WVGenWeb Archives.

    • Watts Cemetery, Watts Ridge. There is no cemetery map location; this one will show the location of Watts Ridge, which is fairly close to Genoa (west), so it is possible this cemetery is the same as the one just above in which a transcriber submitted to the WVGenWeb archives. Source: WCGHS.

    • Watts/Napier Cemetery, Napier's Ridge. There is no cemetery map location; this one will show the location of Napier Ridge. This ridge is also fairly close to Genoa (east), so it is also a possible match for the one listed with its location as just Genoa. Source: WCGHS.

    • Watts and Perry Cemetery, off County Road 34, east of the junction of County Road 52/36 (Flat Branch Road). It is likely this is the same cemetery as that listed by the WCGHS as Watts Ridge. See this map for cemetery location — that location is very close to the map above showing Watts Ridge. This cemetery is listed in USGS and other sources as being in the Radnor census map.

    • Watts-Thompson Cemetery, East Lynn. There is no cemetery map location, but there are 3 graves listed at the source (surnames are Smith, Thompson, and Watts). This map will show the location of the town of East Lynn and will show the location of East Lynn Lake in case the source reference was to the lake and not the town. Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Wayne Cemetery. The source listed this cemetery as across the street from Wayne grade school in the town of Wayne. See photos on the source's cemetery index pages — one here and another on this page. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wayne Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location or directions, but the source lists 16 graves (surnames include Farra, Frazier, Keesee, Perry, Rigg, Skeens). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Wayne Cemetery. There is no cemetery map location or directions, but the source lists one grave (surname is Goodman). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Wayne Community Gardens. There is no cemetery map location or directions, but the source lists one grave (surname is Perry). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Webb Cemetery, southeast of the communities of Cove Gap and Kiahsville, off Sulphur Spring Branch Road (County Road 37/2), north of the junction of County Road 42. See this map for cemetery location and this page for 29 interments (surnames include Collins, Freeman, Hall, Moore, Nelson, Sias, Toppins, Webb, Williamson).


    • Webb Cemetery, Tar Kill Road. Source: WCGHS.


    • Webb Cemetery, Old Meeting House Road. In the cemetery listed above, there is a map of the Paddle Creek area; there is a "Meeting House Branch Road." It is not known if this could be in the vicinity of Old Meeting House Road mentioned here. Source: WCGHS.


    • White Cemetery, Dunlow, across Twelvepole. There is no cemetery map location, but this map of Dunlow, when enlarged, will show Twelvepole Creek. Source: WCGHS.



    • Whited Cemetery, Wolf Creek. There is no cemetery map location or directions; this map of Wolf Creek south of the community of Echo and off State Route 37 could give some idea of the approximate cemetery location. Source: WCGHS.

    • Will Fraley Cemetery, Millers Fork. There is no cemetery map location or directions; this map of Millers Fork, west of Beech Fork State Park and east of the community of Dickson, could provide some idea of where in the county the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • William Vance Cemetery, Millers Fork. There is no cemetery map location or directions; this map of Millers Fork, west of Beech Fork State Park and east of the community of Dickson, could provide some idea of where in the county the cemetery might be located, perhaps in close proximity to the previous listing (Will Fraley Cemetery). Source: WCGHS.

    • William "Willie" Wiley Cemetery. There is no map of the cemetery location, but the directions per the source read: "Turn off Rt 10 onto Rt 37 (East Lynn Rd.), go to Steer Fork Rd, turn left onto Steer Fork Rd. Take Steer Fork Rd. It is about 4 miles to the cemetery." See the source for a photo and GPS coordinates of the cemetery, and 36 interments (surnames include Cartwright, Crawford, Elkins, Frazier, Johnson, Nelson, Taylor, Toppins, Wiley, and two unknowm/illegible stones beginning with the letter "W" ). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Williams Cemetery, Main Street, Ceredo. See this map for cemetery location and one grave (surname is Porter). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Williams Cemetery, Turkey Creek. There is no cemetery map location and no directions, but this map will show the location of Turkey Creek in the county (near the community of Wilsondale). Source: WCGHS.

    • Williamson Cemetery, east of the community of Crum, on an unnamed, dead-end road north of County Road 52/32 (Right Fork of Jennie's Creek or Mudlick Road). See this map for cemetery location and 12 interments (surnames include Damron, Justice, Sexton, and Williamson). Note: in the USGS and other sources, this cemetery is listed as being in the Webb census map.

    • Williamson Cemetery, east of Wilsondale, off County Road 41 (Twelvepole Creek Road), north of the dead-end of County Road 41/3. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Williamson Cemetery, northeast of Wilsondale, on an unnamed section of road between County Road 39/3 and County Road 39/1, located just before the junction of County Road 39. Note: the road *might* be named Kelly Ridge Road as it had been named closer to County Road 41. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Williamson Cemetery, behind Old Wayne High School. Source: WCGHS.

    • Williamson Cemetery, Mud Lick Fork of Jennie's Creek. There is no cemetery map location, but this map of Mud Lick Fork of Jennie's Creek will give some idea of where the cemetery might be located. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wilson Cemetery, north of the community of Radnor and west of the community of Genoa, on an unnamed dead-end road off County Road 34, just west of its junction of State Route 152. See this map for cemetery location.

    • Wilson Cemetery, Saltpetre. There is no cemetery map location, but the community of Saltpetre, on State Route 37, should give the approximate location. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wilson Cemetery, Hickory Gap Road. There is no cemetery map location, but this map of Hickory Gap and Hickory Gap Road (County Road 34/5) could offer some idea of the cemetery's location. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wilson Cemetery, Genoa Hill, toward Mill Creek. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wilson Cemetery, Bromley Ridge. There is no cemetery map location, but Bromley Ridge is in this part of the county. Since this cemetery listing was in one volume of the WCGHS cemetery index and the Wilson Cemetery located near the community of Saltpetre was in another volume, it *may* be possible they are the same cemetery, perhaps transcribed twice, since Bromley Ridge is just east of Saltpetre. Source: WCGHS.

    • Wooten Cemetery, Dunlow. While there is no cemetery map location, the community of Dunlow is located on State Route 152 (for possible proximity of cemetery); there is one grave listed at the source (surname is Perry). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Workman Cemetery, south of the community of Cove Gap on County Road 33 (Kiah Creek Road). See this map for cemetery location. The USGS and other sources list this cemetery as being in the Ranger census map district.

    • Workman Cemetery, southwest of the community of Radnor, on a dead-end spur of County Road 40/1, which runs between County Road 36/2 (Right Fork of Mill Creek Road) and County Road 44 (Lost Creek Road). See this map for cemetery location.

    • Workman Family Cemetery, in the community of Radnor along State Route 152. See this map for cemetery location and this page for two interments (surnames are both Porter). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Workman (Mill Creek), near the town of Fort Gay, along the West Virginia/Kentucky border. See this map for cemetery location and this page for one grave (surname is Porter). Source: Find-A-Grave.com.

    • Wronk Cemetery, east of the community of Prichard, on County Road 18, just after the junction of County Road 18/2 (Upper Gragstone Creek Road). See this map for cemetery location. This cemetery is listed in the WCGHS cemetery index as Wronk-Viers Cemetery.

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    • Young Cemetery, Sidney. While there is no cemetery map location, this page lists one interment (surname is Young). This map of Sidney does not pinpoint the cemetery, but shows that it is close to Joel's Branch, the location of this cemetery listing in the WCGHS cemetery index. Sources: Find-A-Grave.com. and WCGHS

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