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|Maintained by:||not currently maintained|
|Land owner:||Elijah Chapman (per April 2007)|
|Date added to WVCPA register:||April 2007|
|Condition of cemetery**:||Poor (April 2007)|
|Accessibility:||The cemetery is located on Rt. 34 South, about ¼ mile or less from the junction of Clymer's Creek & Rt. 34. Local accessibility conditions, such as distance from the road and terrain are unknown (volunteers still gathering information).|
** Condition of cemetery as
observed on the given date -
|Last Name:||First Name:||
and wife - shared stone]
[photo 10 is large - slow-loading]
|Hollandsworth||E. Jane||1860||1926||"In My Father's House Are Many Mansions"|
|Hollandsworth||Martha E.||25 March 1903||10 November 1907||"Dau.
of C.S. & E.J. Hollandsworth"
"From Mother's Arms to the Arms of Jesus"
|Wheeler||Baby||[Shared stone for 5 graves in a row - the relationship of those lying here is unknown]|
Along with a dozen or more unmarked graves, or graves marked with fieldstones:
Dates in Red
are not inscribed on the tombstone and have either been calculated based on
death date or are as a result of research on the individual.
WVCPA thanks our contributor and cemetery clean-up volunteer, Melissa Fizer Conley and her family for their photos of this cemetery and dedicated interest in its care. We look forward to more information for this cemetery as it becomes available. Recently she sent us this note:
Thank you, Melissa!
Updated: 07 September 2012