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Burials in West Virginia

This listing was prepared to assist photographers working in West Virginia.

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West Virginia cemetery coordinates

This is a list of known/believed final resting places of Vermonters buried in certain West Virginia counties, for whom we have no photographic evidence, sorted by county, city/town, cemetery, and name.

The penultimate column is the findagrave memorial #, meaning there is entry for the soldier off-site (many have pictures). PLEASE NOTE: We cannot use these pictures for the Vermont in the Civil War project due to copyright issues. Several of our photographers, however, have used the background of the photo to help locate the gravestone in the cemtery.

Date of Death: AFT (after) with a full date usually comes from pension record index cards. AFT with just a year probably comes from a census, or a reunion listing that shows they were alive that year (these usually don't have a cemetery listed). BEF (before) with a full date usually indicates the date a widow applied for a pension, the actual date of death is usually within 6 months of this date.

So what happens when you take the picture and email it to me? It goes on the Virtual Cemeteries page, and will no longer be listed here.

CountyTownCemeteryNameBirthDeathFAG #Marker
May be buried in ...Hogan, John183911/19/19140Not recorded
May be buried in ...Hurley, George I.1842Before 09/26/19160Not recorded
MonongaliaArnettsvilleArnettsville CemeteryHayward, Hiram Chilon184504/12/190939268173Not recorded
WoodParkersburgSt. Xaviers CemeteryHenry, Patrick184207/14/1895110095370Not recorded
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