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Bland, Harold Lloyd 1930 1931 Metal funeral home marker
Bland, Lydia 1847 1922 These 2 stones say
Bland, Richard M. 1849 1914 "by Arena Kiger"
Bland, Sarah 1865 1922 -
Burge, William 1-10-1848 12-8-1892 44y 10m 22d
Church, Adam 1855 1861 s/o H & F
Church, Mahalia 1861 1864 d/o H & F
Church, Frances 11-6-1836 8-7-1910 w/o Henry
Church, Henry Sr. 9-15-1832 --- -
Cross, Samuel 6-1-1843 11-7-1912 Co C 15th Reg WV Inf
Himelrick, Francis 11-10-1821 1-26-1901 -
Himelrick, Mary 8-8-1828 3-5-1897 w/o Francis 68y 6m 27d
Himelrick, George - 1-19-1899 s/o OP & A 9y
Himelrick, Mary - - d/o Wm & AV 2m 5d
Himelrick, Oliver P. - 11-16-1899 38y
Hixenbaugh, George 12-11-1817 5-29-1894 -
Hixenbaugh, Elizabeth - 7-5-1894 72y
Hixenbaugh, John 12-28-1849 2-8-1911 -
Hostutler, A.J. - 4-18-1907 26y
Hostutler, John - 7-10-1871 61y
Hostutler, Lena - 6-3-10-7 30y
Hostutler, Lyda - - d/o John & Mary (no dates)
Hostutler, Mary - - d/o John & Mary (no dates)
Hostutler, Mary - 6-10-1970 w/o John 62y
Hostutler, Nancy - 1-16-1908 51y
Hostutler, Sarah J. - 12-22-1893 w/o J 55y
Lewis, Elizabeth - 1-19-1869 w/o James 27y 4m 3d
Lewis, George 3-22-1885 2-17-1903 s/o J & H
Main, George 1863 1922 -
Main, Julia 1879 1962 -
Main, Mary 2-15-1836 ---- -
Main, Stephenson 12-3-1834 6-1-1906 -
McDonnell, Matilda 1-19-1837 ---- -
McDonnell, Samuel 6-2-1834 11-28-1898 -
Marriner, Lydia 8-3-1835 10-7-1867 w/o Stephenson (from WPA reading, we did not find)
Right, Rhoda 6-23-1869 1-28-1870 7m 5d
Six, Adam 10-12-1812 8-30-1894 -
Six, Jane 4-23-1813 9-22-1893 w/o Adam
Six, Ann 1-16-1839 10-30-1873 w/o John H.

From Hundred, you take WV 69 toward Pennsylvania, approximately 1 mile from Hundred (going by the ball-park/City Park) you take a right (actually bear right at the "Y") and you will be on Sancho.  Go past the Sancho Church and take the next left.  Approximately one mile on this road you will see a road to the left.  Take this road and the cemetery is on the right.  Read 25 Apr 2002 by Susan Folmar and Lorraine Streetman.

One broken stone – John legible

Many field stones and unmarked graves. Many stones are down and becoming overgrown with small trees and Briars.

 

 

N 39 41' 58.31"
W 80 24' 30.12

 


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