Baptist Grove Cemetery - Jackson County, WV



Directions: The cemetery is about 10 miles east of Ripley on Route 33. There is a sign on the north side of the road. Follow the road up around the church to the top of the hill.

Photos of some markers taken on May 7, 2006. Photos and transcriptions by Betty Briggs. If you would like a better quality picture, contact Betty Briggs My comments are in brackets [ ] and include information from my own database, available at West Virginia Pioneers .

The text of John House's article about the cemetery can be read here

Transcribed, with permission, from "Jackson County Cemeteries, Vol 1" by the Jackson County Historical Society. Information not found on the markers has been added by the person reading the cemetery, and may not be accurate.See transcription below

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  • Parsons, Charles    Virginia Scout Revolutionary War   Indian Wars    1745 - 1823 [f-mm]
        Revolutionary soldier    Charles Parsons    1745 - 1820      placed by Wilson Cary Nicholas Chapter DAR
  • Parsons, Raymond L.    Cpl, US Army    World War II      1909 - 1983 [f-mm]
  • Parsons, Raymond L.    1909 - 1983 [d]
        Parsons, Bettie L.    1922 - 1980 [d]
  • Wiblin, James S.    1831 - 1903    "Father" [d]
        Wiblin, Catharine A.    1841 - 1927    "Mother" [d]
  • Wiblin, Ralph A.    1909 - 1913 [s]
  • Wiblin, Loah I.    1888 - 1918 [s]
  • Wiblin, Grover C.   1885 - 1924 [s]
  • Parsons, Jesse A.   1879 - 1909 Son of [d]
        Parsons, Emma J.    1870 - 1911 Dau of [d]
        J.A. & M.V. Parsons
  • Parsons, J.A.    1843 - 1906 [s]
  • Parsons, M.V.    Wife of J.A.    1847 - 1903 [s]
  • Parsons, Mattie    Dau of J.A. & M.V.    Died Nov 6, 1891    Aged 3 Y 5 M 6 D [s] "__ many hopes lie buried here"   
  • Parsons, Sarah R.    Dau of J.A. & M.V.    Born Sept 12, 1885    Died Sept 3, 1900 [s]
  • Parsons, Mary C.    Dau of J. & M.V. Parsons    Died Mch 30, 1904    Aged 21 Yr. 6 Mo, 29 Ds. [s]
         [d/o Jesse Allen & Mary V Humphreys Parsons]   
  • Parsons, Hiram    Sept 16, 1833 - Mar 31, 1909    "Gone but not forgotten" [s]
  • Parsons, Russell Hyre    'Father'    Oct 29, 1906 - Aug 18, 2000 [s]
  • Parsons, Lellia A.    1876 - 1961 [d]
        Parsons, Otmer C.    1869 - 1945 [d]
        "How desolate our home bereft of thee"
  • Parsons, Edwin O.    1916 - 2005 [fhm]
  • Parsons, Edward    Son of G.W. & S.E.    Died Dec 3, 1892    Aged 4Y 15D [s]   
  • Parsons, Melinda F.    1845 - 1922 [d]
        Lewis M.    1839 - 1910 [d]
  • Parsons, Millie L.A.    Dau of L.M. & M.F.    Died July 20, 1879    Aged 5 ys 8 ms 1 day [s]
        "With the angels now no shadows dusks, The radiance of that brow, Which having passed the golden gate, Is with the angels now."
  • Parsons, James M.    Son of H. & P.O.    Died Jan 20, 1887    Aged 31Y 1M 7D [dsm]    
        Parsons, Lida M.    Dau of H & P.O.    Died June 14, 1887    Aged 21Y 1M 13D [dsm]    
  • Knopp, Henry F.    Mar 2, 1838 -    'Father' [d]
        Knopp, Rachel A.    Feb 28, 1843 - Feb 19, 1910    'Mother' [d]
  • Comer, Luster    July 9, 1900 - Dec 14, 1950 [d]
        Comer, Belva    July 4, 1909 - Feb 2, 1931 [d]
  • Comer, Daniel W.   July 9, 1863 - June 28, 1928 [d]
        Comer, Martha A.    June 15, 1879 - Feb 15, 1967 [d]
  • Knopp, Dorcas L.    Wife of C.W.    Born Dec 3, 1831    Died Mar 24, 1868 [s]    
  • Wiblin, Virginia S.    Wife of Jas.    Died Feb 14, 1870 In her 31 Yr. [s]
  • Wiblin, Williamson W.    Died Aug 5, 1858    Aged 69 Yrs 5 Mo 2 Days [s]
  • Knopp, G.W.    Born Feb 21, 1830    Died Aug 23, 1874 [s]    
  • Parsons, Rebecca J.    Dau of E & M.   Died June 2, 1860    Aged 9 ys 8 ms 2 ds [s]
  • Parsons, Martha    Wife of Elias    Died Sept 21, 1892    Aged 62ys 5ms 23ds [dsm]    
        Parsons, Elias    Born Apr 15, 1829 [dsm]    
  • Knopp, George    Died Feb 18, 1855    Aged 60Yrs 5 Mos 8 Ds [s]
  • Casto, P.A.    May 1, 1867 - Nov 23, 1902 [s]    
  • Casto, John R.    May 27, 1876 - Sept 21, 1902 [s]    
  • Casto, Martha E.    Wife of C.C.    Died Jan 13, 1890    Aged 49 ys 3 ms 19 ds    "Asleep in Jesus" [s]    
  • Parsons, Dolla    Wife of Elias    Died June 1, 1846 In the 46th Yr of her age [s]
  • Parsons, Emmet    Died July 27, 1884    Aged 16 Ys 4 Ms 3 Ds [s]
        "Death has come and borne away A brother from our side; Just in the morning of his day In youth and love he died."   
  • Parsons, E.S.    Died May 3, 1883    Aged 31 Ys 11 Ms 8 ds [Emberry Staats] [s]    
  • Parsons, Jane    1855 - 1936 [d]
        Parsons, Staats    1851 - 1883 [d]
  • Parsons, W.W.    Died Aug 2, 1879    Aged 51y 8 m ? d [JCHS has Wilson W, 51y 8m 18d, J House has Wilson W, age 51y 8m] [s]
        "Farewell my wife and children all, From you a father Christ doth call, Weep not for me, it is in vain, To call me to your sight again."
  • Parsons, Florence    Wife of W.W.    Died Nov 19, 1911    Aged 80 Ys 11 Mo 19 Ds. [s]    
  • Parsons, William Lowther    Capt    6 Regt VA Militia    War of 1812    1765 - 1839 [mm]
        In Honor of Service in the War of 1812    N.S.U.S.D. 1812    Capt. William L. Parsons [mm]
        Parsons, Capt. Wm Lowther    1865 - 1839 [d]
        Parsons, Geo. Walker    1821 - 1901 [d] [The '0' in 1901 looks a lot like a '3']
  • Parsons, Mary E.    Wife of G.W.    Died Sept 14, 1864    Aged ?8 yrs 3 mos 25 d.[s]
        [ J House shows 38. Mary Elizabeth Asbury, married George Walker Parsons 11/26/1846]
  • Parsons, Martha J.    Dau of G.W. & M.E.    Died May 26, 1873    Aged 5 yrs 7 ms & 24 ds [s]
  • Parsons, Robert B.    Died Dec 25, 1886    Aged 35 Ys [s]    
  • Parsons, Rebecca    Wife of Charles [only the word 'Aged' is legible] [dsm]
        Parsons, Charles    Died Dec 7, 1875    Aged 70 us 5 ms 29 d [dsm]
        "The deceased was married to Rebecca Wolf Oct 23, 1826 & lived with her as his wife 48 ys 1 mo 15 ds
  • Lee, Mary Catherin Parson    Wife of T. Nathan    1853 - 1902 [s]
  • Hickman, M.V.    1839 - __    'Father' [d]
        Hickman, Ann    His Wife    1838 - 1913    'Mother' [d]
  • Parsons, E.B.    1856 - 1900 [d]
        Parsons, M.B.   1858 - 19__ [d]
  • Parsons, Tennie E    1893 - 1973 [s]
  • Parsons, Ofie W    'Brother'    1898 - 1918 [s]
  • Parsons, Albird G.   1856 - 1910 [d]
        Parsons, Mary E.   1859 - 1937 [d]
  • Parsons, Kenna B    1877 - 1963 [d]
        Parsons, Rose M    1888 - 1985 [d]
        'Love together forever'
  • Parsons Sons
        Kenneth Dee        Don Lee        Larry Gordon
                                   & Wife
                                   Dora May
                                Grandchildren
        Erick               Rodrick Lee               Cristy C.
                                Timothy Don              Stepheny E.
                                Donetta May               Larry G.
  • Casto, Dewaine L    Apr 30, 1951 - Oct 6, 1967 [s]    
  • Casto, Kenna David    PFC US Army   World War II    Oct 7, 1907 - Mar 27, 1986 [mm]
  • Casto, Bernice L.    1947 - [d]
        Casto, Denvil R.    1941 - 1980 [d]
  • Parsons, Larry G.   Oct 19, 1942 - Oct 24, 1972    Father of Christina - Stephanie - Larry G. II [s]
  • Parsons, Kenna Gordon    Jan 14, 1918 - Mar 11, 2002 [d]
        Parsons, Iva Elizabeth    Aug 5, 1917 - [d]
        "God you know who we are please do the best you can by us"
  • Parsons, Kenna G.    S2 US Navy    World War II    Jan 14, 1918 - Mar 11, 2002 [mm]
  • Rhodes, Carroll E.    June 2, 1934 [d]
        Rhodes, Frances M.    Oct 25, 1935 - Sept 17, 2001 [d]



Transcription from John A House's "Some Early City, Village and Country Burying Grounds".

The Baptist Grove Graveyard

Oh! Mother Earth, upon thy breast
Thy weary ones enfolding.
And through their long, unbroken rest
Their peaceful ashes holding.
Strew gentle flowers and golden grain
And hang the mounful willow.
(Author Unknown)

Another old and densely populated burying ground is that at Frozen Camp, at the Baptist Grove Church. It is a short distance above the mouth of Big Run and about nine miles out from Ripley, on the Ripley and Spencer Pike.

It lies on a little point and a part of the surface is pretty steep. It overlooks Gravel Run on the East and the village of Frozen Camp on the South. On the west is a steep hollow and north, a neat Church, surrounded by a fine grove.

The graveyard itself, has no shade, but a few scrubby bushes, scattered here and there. It is fenced with wire on locust posts and has a pretty and ornamental iron gate and is mowed off once a year.

It was formerly known as the Parsons Graveyard, having been opened on the lands of Elias Parsons, Sr.. away back in the pioneer days.

Down below, on a sort of second bottom and near Gravel Run, Charles Parsons I, first broke the wilderness of upper Mill Creek and planted his cabin home. He was then an old man and soon after divided his land betwen his sons, Elias and Charles II.

Elias owned the home place and dug the well near where John Duke's barn now stands. Charles II built on Big Run, a little beyond where McVey now lives. some of the old apple trees are still standing.

Charles Parsons I came here about 1817. He probably died before 1830. He is buried in the cemetery. By his side lies his son, Captain Billy Parsons, one of the first settlers of Jackson County, and the first to locate at the mouth of Sycamore. He died about 1824 or 1825. He was a Captain in the War of 1812. His company rendezvoused at Point Pleasant and marched through to Norfolk. It is said that the Historian Lewis has the roster of this company. His first wife was a Fink. Two of her brothers were killed by his side in a fight with the Indians, at Buckhannon, so runs the account. His last wife was Nancy Walker of Harrison County.

Elias Parsons is buried by his father. He died in his fifty second year. He was born about 1798 and died December 29, 1949. His wife, Dolla Mayhew Parsons died June 1, 1846, aged forty five years.

Charles Parsons II was born June 25, 1804 and died December 7, 1875, aged seventy years five months. Rebecca Parsons was his wife and I have no dates on her.

George W. Parsons, son of Captain Billy Parsons is buried here.

The oldest inscription I found was S.A.P. 183_ (balance illegible). Probably a Parsons, then there were several childrens graves with initials and dates cut on flagstone.

B.P. March 8, 1841.

M.P. 1841

B.P. June 1844

E.P. January 29, 1849, and B.L. January 22, 1858, which might stand for either Latimer or Logan, as both names occur in the graveyard. B.P. is probably Binny (Belinda) and E.P., Elizabeth, daughters of Elias and Dolla Parsons. They also had a daughter, Sarah, who might be "S.A.P."

Elias Parsons, born April 15, 1829.

Martha, his wife, died Septermber 21, 1892, aged sixty two years.

Wilson W. Parsons, August 2, 1879, aged fifty one years eight months.

Mary E., wife of G.W. Parsons, September 14, 1864, aged thirty eighty years three months. Robert B. Parsons, died 1886.

Other inscriptions are:

James Latimer, Octover 7, 1854, aged thirty three.

Jane Logan, wife of John Logan, May 1853. She was a Latimer before marriage. John Logan, died October 9, 1848. Jane Logan's father George Lattimer, came from Washington County, Pennsylvania to Left Sandy in 1838, to Sycamore in 1840 and afterward to Buffalo Fork of Mill Creek. This was about the middle of April, 1844. While living on Buffalo. they pounded corn in a mortar and baked the meal into Johnny cakes, which "eaten with milk for supper" were "better than any pie". While living on Sycamore, Latimer hauled wagon loads of dried pumpkins, green apples and other "fruit" to Charleston, trading it for salt and other supplies. Salt cost then, about fifteen cents a bushel at the works.

Williamson W. Wiblin, died August 5, 1858, aged sixty-nine years five months. He lived at the toll gate, above Walnut Grove. There is a pine tree eighteen inches over by his grave.

James Wiblin, born 1831, died 1903.

Virginia S., wife of James Wiblin, died February 14, 1870, aged thirty one years. She was a Stalnaker, a sister of Marshal Stalnaker.

Mahala, wife of J. Allen, died October 1861, fifty-five years of age. She was a sister of George and Dempsey Flesher and lived where Hamp Parish now does.

George Knopp died February 18, 1855, at the age of sixty years five months and eight days, having been born July 23, 1794. He was a native of the valley of Virginia, of German descent. Married Catharine Richwine, lived a while in Meigs County, Ohio, moved thence to Mason County and to Mill Creek, according to what appears to be the most authentic report about 1826 or 1827. He raised a large family. (His son, Henry, thinks he was several years older.)

Knopp's wife is buried in Indiana. A flagstone is marked G.K. the dates are not distinct, but I make them out to be 1817 or 1855.

Malissa J. Knopp, died in 1847. She was a child of W. and C. Knopp.

James Brown, born 1801, died 1878, aged seventy-seven years. He married Dorcas Carney, daughter of Thomas Carney, died June 12, 1897 aged eighty years and nine months. Lived at various places on Middle Fork of Reedy and finally settled down on Mill Creek, about a mile below the mouth of Buffalo.

Henry Brown, a son of James and Dorcas Brown was alleged to have been shot and killed by John Cain on the Ripley Hill, between Keenan Farm and Short Bend School House, about 1/4 mile E.of Short Bend, died October 28, 1881, aged forty years, two months. Cain was tried at Ripley and sentenced to penitentiary, but on retrial, acquitted.

There are many other graves which are unmarked and nearly all of the suitable ground is occupied.

There are two sandstone monuments, one of the nicest of all in the graveyard bears the inscription, John B. Payne, born December 16, 1837 died November 22, 1899. The other represents the stub of a tree, some 3 1/2 feet high and about fifteen inches over at the top with rough bark and numerous knots. It stands officially over the grave of David L. Warner, born April 4, 1874 died June 22, 1903. He was a son-in-law of Payne and another son-in-law made the monument.

There is by the grave of G. W. Knopp, son of George Knopp, who was buried in 1874, a pine tree, eighteen inches over at the ground, said to have grown since his burial, one apple tree and several cedars also shade the grounds.

Marshall Mitchell, born 1822 died 1878.

Cordelia Duckworth Mitchell, born March 1833.



Transcription from "Jackson County Cemeteries, Vol 1" by the Jackson County Historical Society.


  • Allen, Mahala (Flesher), D. Oct. 17, 1861, aged 55 Y 9 M 19 D; Wife of Jesse Allen
  • Atkins, Lora L., D. Sept. 22, 1881, aged 3 M 13 D; d/o W. L. & E. E. Atkins
  • Atkins, Anna C., D. Nov. 19, 1885, aged 1 M 9 D; d/o. W. L. Atkins
  • Bee, Fred H, 1857-1951
  • Bee, Lola B., 1861-1937; Wife of Fred H. Bee
  • Brown, Henry, D. Oct. 28, 1881, aged 40 Y 2 M 28 D; s/o James & Dorcas (Carney) Brown
  • Brown, Melissa J. July 12, 1845-Feb. 10, 1912
  • Brown, James, D. July 28, 1878, aged 77 Years
  • Brown, Dorcas (Carney), D. June 12, 1897, aged 80 Y 9 M 24 D; d/o Thomas & Polly (Parsons) Carney; Mar. James Brown, June 16, 1833
  • Brown, David A., May or Aug 24, 1854-June 20, 1898; s/o James & Dorcas (Carney) Brown
  • Brown, Deborah, Sept. 20, 1657- Oct 9, 1885, aged 28 Y 19 D; wife of David A. Brown
  • Bull, Reason V., 1895-1897
  • Bull, Reese, D. June 12, 1897, aged 1 Y 6 M; s/o S. W. & L. Bull
  • Bull, Jesse, D. July 4, 1885, aged 11 M 11D; s/o E. L. & L. Parsons Bull
  • Casto, Denice, 1967-1967
  • Casto, Dewaine L., April 30, 1951-0ct. 6, 1967
  • Casto, Martha E., D. Jan. 13, 1890, aged 49 Y 5 M 19 D; 'Wife of G. G. Casto
  • Casto, John R. May 27, 1876-Sept. 21, 1902
  • Casto, P. A., May 1, 1867-Nov. 23, 1902
  • Cline, Roy W., 1891-1954
  • Cline, Lavanda, 1883-1967; Wife of Roy W,. Cline
  • Cline, Charles F., 1893-1947
  • Cline Ester G., 1892-1971; Wife of C. F Cline
  • Cline, William 0., 1864-1935
  • Cline, Martha H., 1863-1931; Wife of W. 0. Cline
  • Cline, Okey E., 1896-1930
  • Cline, Emory, 1905-1917
  • Comer, Luster K., July 9, 1900-Dec. 14, 1956
  • Comer, Belva, July 4, 1909-Feb. 2, 1931
  • Comer, Martha Ann, 1879-1967
  • Comer, Gladys D., Sept. 20, 1908 -
  • Comer, Brady M., Jan. 14, 1906-June 27, 1975
  • Cook, George W., July 31, 1854-July 7 1921
  • Cook, Rachel J., March 4, 1865-Now, 2, 1953
  • Conley, James William, May 29, 1932-Oct. 10, 1932
  • Conant, Gilbert Ray, April 21, 1912-June 28, 1968
  • Conant, Blondina N., 1909 -
  • Conant, John Thomas, 1909-1959
  • Conant, Bertha A., Dec. 7, 1876-April 18, 1903; d/o S. & S. G. Conant
  • Conant, Esther F., 1875-1958
  • Conant, John, 1870-1947
  • Conant, Rev. S., M. D., March 18, 1833-Aug. 9, 1906
  • Conley, Rebecca, D. Dec. 31, 1871, aged 1 Y 21 D; D. George & S. Conley
  • Cook, Ruth May, May 9, 1917-May 15, 1917
  • Davis, Edward, D. Jan. 26, 1878, aged 2 M 26 D
  • Davis, Sarah J., Nov. 5, 1847-Feb. 12, 1921
  • Davis, Leosa E., Aug. 29, 1880-Jan. 21, 1908; d/o W. J. & Sarah J. Davis
  • Duke, Ethel, D. Dec. 28, 1898; Aged 1 Y 11 M 7 D; d/o C. G. & I. B. Duke
  • Cline, Dora Belle, 1916-1917; d/o E. G. & C. F. Cline
  • Freshour, Jacob, July 21, 1830-Aug, 30, 1898
  • Freshour, Elizabeth, Feb. 23, 1837-May 28, 1905
  • Faulty, W. A., March 7, 1827-July 27, 1913
  • Faulty, Hester A., D. May 27, 1890, aged 51; Wife of W. A. Faulty
  • Faulty, Cora, age 16 Years; No B. & D. Dates
  • Faulty, Samuel, Oct. 1908-July 1909; s/o Clarence Faulty
  • Guthrie, Charles P., D. March 18, 1874, aged 38 Y 7 M 1 D.
  • Guthrie, Eugene C., 1905-1933
  • Guthrie, Henry Forest, May 12, 1894-Feb. 20, 1959; Pvt., USMC, WW1
  • Guthrie, James C., 1900-1969
  • Guthrie, Levi D., 1865-1952
  • Guthrie, Dora M., June 2, 1871-Feb. 10, 1908; Wife of Levi D. Guthrie
  • Hickman, M. V., 1839 -
  • Hickman, Anna, April 5, 1838-March 3, 1913; Wife of M. V. Hickman
  • Bee, Fanny 0., Jan. 8, 1886-April 2, 1901; d/o F. H. & L. B. Bee
  • Harnon, Infant Son of G. E. & Mollie Harmon, D. Feb. 3, 1923
  • Harmon, Boyd, s/o of G. E. & Mollie Harmon, Oct. 2, 1924-Oct. 24, 1924
  • Hite, Thomas Voliver, 1975-1957; s/o Richard Lewis & Jemima (Westfall) Hite; Dates on Monument, 1872-1959, are incorrect
  • Hite, Nellie V., Dec. 5, 1899-March 15, 1973; (Kelbaugh, D. Evans Kelbaugh; Wife of Thomas V. Hite
  • Harmon, Clara Ellen, Dec. 20, 1872-Nov. 11, 1958
  • Hail, Flora F. (Golden), 1888-1962
  • Hudson, Everett H., Dec. 11, 1897 -
  • Hudson, Eva Ettie, Oct. 10, 1901-
  • Jones, Daniel H., June 3, 1825-Sept 11, 1905
  • Hudson, Infant Dau of E.F. & E.E. Hudson, D. April 19, 1901
  • Koon, Lewis Allen, Sept. 1, 1888-Dec. 2, 1970
  • Koon, Roland Eugene, 1959 - 1959
  • Kalt, Luella, 1879-1906; Wife of W. C. Kalt
  • Knopp, Melissa J., D. July 9, 1847, aged 2 M 22 D; d/o William A. & Catherine (Wiblin) Knopp
  • Knopp, Henry F., March 2, 1838 - ; s/o George & Catherine (Richwein) Knopp
  • Knopp, Rachel A. (Cain), Feb 28, 1843 - Feb 19, 1910; d/o Alfred & Mary (Orbitt) Cain; mar. Henry F. s/o George & Catherine (Richwein) Knopp
  • Knopp, Harry C., D. March 30, 1906, aged 17 Y 7 M 2 D
  • Knopp, Fanny E., Aug 8, 1875 - Aug 23, 1875, aged 15 D
  • Knopp, Ottie L., D. July 17, 1889, aged 19 Y 2 M 11 D
  • Knopp, Carrie M., D. June 14, 1888, aged 18 Y 12 D
  • Knopp. Dorcas L. (Westfall-Teal), Dec. 3, 1831 - March 24, 1868; d/o Clark Westfall; mar. George W., s/o George & Catherine (Richwein) Knopp, June 22, 1854
  • Knopp, David M., D. March 8, 1855, aged 6 M 4 D; s/o Jesse B. & Mary Jane (Wiblin) Knopp
  • Knopp, George W. Jr., Feb 21, 1831 - Aug 23, 1874; s/o George W Sr & Catherine (Richwein) Knopp; mar. Dorcas L (Westfall) Teal, June 22, 1854
  • Knopp, George W. Sr., D. Feb 18, 1855, aged 60 Y 5 M 8 D; Mar. Catherine Richwein
  • Knopp, Hoyt, 1875 - 1949
  • Knopp, Alice, 1874-1947
  • Johnson, Clarence H, 1917 - 1951; s/o Nelly (Kelbaugh-Johnson) Hite by 1st marriage
  • Lattimer, Mary F., D. Feb. 4, 1872, aged about 18 Years; d/o James &Frances (Parsons) Latimer
  • Lattimer, James, D. 1854, aged about 33 Years; s/o George W. Latimer; M. Frances, d/o Charles & Rebecca (Wolf) Parsons, Nov. 29, 1849
  • Knopp, William Franklin, May 26, 1868-Dec. 22, 1908; s/o Henry F. & Rachel A.(Cain) Knopp
  • Knopp, Zona (Staats), Aug. 25, 1880-July 12, 1913; Wife of W. F. Knopp
  • Logan, John, D. Oct. 9, 1848, aged 26 Y 1 M 6 D; mar. Jane Latimer, d/o George
  • Logan, Jane, D. May 12, 1890, aged 10 Y 7 M 22 D
  • Logan, Isabell, D. Jan. 23, 1890, aged 10 Y 7 M 27 D
  • Lattimer, David L. P., D. Jan. 3, 1861; s/o David A. Latimer
  • Marden, Selma Louise, 1950-1958; d/o John C. & Gladys L. Marden
  • Milloan, J. Emmett, 1891-1936
  • Milhoan, Bud Fleming, Jan. 16, 1930-Jan. 18, 1976; A1C USAF, Korean War
  • Milhoan, Charlie, D. Feb. 22, 1923
  • Miller, Marion, Nov. 1, 1865-June 24, 1890
  • Miller, Cynthia A., D. June 29, 1903; Wife of J. J. Miller
  • Mitchell, Marshall, April 26, 1832-Dec. 1, 1878
  • Mitchell, Cordelia, March 22, 1833- ; wife of Marshall Mitchell
  • Mullinex, Japeth, 1835 - 1912
  • Mullinex, Elizabeth 1837-1985
  • Murray, Rebecca F., Oct. 5, 1848-June 26, 1881; Wfie of W. F. Murray
  • Murray, Infant Dau. of W. F. & R. F. Murray, D. June 18, 1881
  • Mullinex, J. Lemley, 1865-1942
  • Mullinex, Mary J., 1865 - 1937
  • Mitchell, Thomas Jefferson, 1868 - 1951; s/o Marshall & Cordelia Mitchell
  • Mitchell, Martha Belle, 1868-1951
  • Mitchell, Roy J., 1900-1973
  • Mitchell, Janie P, 1902 -
  • Parrish, Willie N., 1897 - 1977
  • Parrish, Eva M., 1884 - 1972
  • Parsons, Kenna B., 1877 - 1963
  • Parsons, Rosa M., 1888-
  • Parsons, Larry G., Oct. 19, 1942-Oct. 24, 1972; Father of Christina, Stephanie, & Larry G. Jr.
  • Parsons, Austin Denny, D. July 22, 1909; s/o Alfred G. Parsons
  • Parsons, Alfred G.. 1856-1910; s/o Alfred & Emeline (Carr) Parsons
  • Parsons, Mary E., 1859-1937
  • Parsons, Ofie W., 1898-1918
  • Parsons, Tennie E., 1893-1973
  • Parsons, E. B., 1856-1900
  • Parsons. M. B., 1858 -
  • Parsons, Robert B., D. Dec. 25, 1886, aged 35 Years
  • Parsons, George Walker, 1821-1901; s/o William L. & Elizabeth (Walker) Parsons
  • Parsons, Mary E. (Asbury), D. Sept. 14, 1864, aged 28 Y 3 M 25 D; lst Wife of George W. Parsons
  • Parsons, Martha J., D. May 26, 1872, aged 2 Y 24 D; d/o G. W. & M. E. Parsons
  • Parsons, Wilson W., D. Aug. 2, 1879, aged 51 Y 8 M 18 D; s/o Charles Jr. & Rebecca (Wolfe) Parsons
  • Parsons, Florence (Graham), D. Nov. 19, 1911, aged 80 Y 11 M 19 D; Mar. Wilson W. Parsons, Feb. 24, 1848
  • Parsons, William Lowther, 1765-1839; s/o Charles Sr. & Elizabeth (Chestnut) Parsons; Capt., 6th Regiment Va. Militia, War of 1812
  • Parsons, Staats. 1851-1883
  • Parsons, Jane, 1855-1936
  • Parsons, Emmet, D. July 27, 1884, aged 16 Y 4 M 3 D
  • Parsons, E. S., D. May 3, 1883, aged 31 Y 11 M 8 D
  • Parsons, Charles Sr., 1745-1823; s/o Major William Parsons; Scout, Revolution & Indian. Wars; B. Queen Anne Co., Md.
  • Parsons, Infant Dau. of W. F. & A. B. Parsons, 1925-1925
  • Parsons, Jesse A., 1979-1903; s/o J. A. & M. V. Parsons
  • Parsons Emma J., 1870-1911; d/o J. A. & M. V. Parsons
  • Parsons, Jesse Allen, 1843-1906; s/o Elias & Martha (Latimer) Parsons
  • Parsons, Mary V. (Humphreys), 1847-1903; d/o W.W. Humphreys; Mar. Jesse Allen Parsons, Aug. 25, 1867
  • Parsons, Mattie, D. Nov. 6, 1891; aged 3 Y 5 M 6 D; d/o Jesse A. Parsons
  • Parsons, Sarah R., Sept. 12, 1885-Sept. 3, 1900
  • Parsons, Mary C.. D. March 30, 1904, aged 21 Y 6 M 25 D
  • Parsons, Hiram, Sept. 16, 1833 - March 31, 1901; s/o Charles Jr. & Rebecca (Wolfe) Parsons
  • Parsons, Lelia A., 1876 - 1961
  • Parsons, Otmer C., 1869-1945
  • Parsons, Malinda F., 1845-1922; d/o Lewis Depue; Mar. Lewis Parsons, s/o Hiram
  • Parsons, Lewis M., 1839-1910
  • Parsons, Mollie L., D. July 20, 1879, aged 5 Y 8 M 10 D; d/o Lewis M. Parsons
  • Parsons, Mary Catherine, 1853-1902
  • Parsons, Charles Jr., D. Dec. 1875, aged 70 Y 5 M 28 D; Mar. Rebecca A. Wolfe, Nov. 23, 1826
  • Parsons, Elias, D. Dec. 29, 1849, aged 52; s/o Charles Sr. & Elizabeth (Chestnut) Parsons
  • Parsons, Elias, April 15, 1829- ; S. Charles & Rebecca (Wolfe) Parsons
  • Parsons, Martha (Latimer), D. Sept. 21, 1892, aged 62 Y 5 M 23 D; d/o George & Jane Latimer; M. Elias Parsons, Nov. 29, 1849
  • Parsons, Josephine (Lee), Nov. 3, 1854-Jan. 20, 1890
  • Parsons, Rebecca J., D. June 3, 1860, aged 9 Y 8 M 2 D; d/o Elias & Martha Parsons
  • Parsons, Infant of David B. & Rebecca A. Parsons, B. & D., Aug. 10, 1871
  • Parsons, Phoebe 0., Nov. 12, 1830-June 6, 1875
  • Parsons, Lida M., D. June 14, 1887, aged 2 Y 1 M 13 D; d/o H. F. 0. Parsons
  • Parsons, James, D. Jan. 26, 1878, aged 31 Y 1 M 7 D
  • Parsons, Edward, D. Dec. 3, 1892, aged 4 Y 15 D; s/o G. W. & S. E. Parsons
  • Parsons, Sarah Dolly, B. June 1, 1816; wife of Elias Parsons
  • Pickens, Lena, (No Dates)
  • Price, Earl B., Feb. 6, 1908 - May 17, 1976; Tech 4, US Army, WW2
  • Landfried, Rosa Bell, D. June 1, 1874; d/o Benjamin & Elizabeth A, (Latimer) Landfried
  • Rose, Mary F., 1864-1937
  • Rose, Scy, 1956-1938
  • Rose, B. F., March 9, 1880-Dec. 22, 1899; s/o Scy & Mary F. Rose
  • Holleron, Fannie (Rose), Nov. 28, 1887-Feb. 11, 1911; d/o Scy & Mary F. Rose
  • Powers, Frank, 1882-1929
  • Payne, Levi, D. Sept. 1, 1870, aged 67 Y 11 M 19 D
  • Payne, John. B., Dec. 16, 1837-Nov. 22, 1899
  • Snyder, Charles V., 1884-1943
  • Snyder, Mae F., 1889-1960
  • Throckmorton, Ezra L., Oct. 13, 1876-Jan. 7, 1904; s/o T. & N. Throckmorton
  • Throckmorton, Carrie B., June 27, 1884-Sept 10, 1985; d/o T, & N. Throckmorton
  • Stewart, Martha J., Sept. 26, 1845-March 16, 1913; d/o Thomas & Margaret (Custer) McFarland; Mar. Alexander H., s/o John & Lucinda (Kropp) Stewart; Feb. 25, 1864
  • Stewart, Alexander H., B. about 1837 (1870 Census) -
  • Stewart, H. S. (Sam), 1877 - 1947
  • Shouldis, Herbert Bee, B. & D 1916 or 1917; Grandson of F. H. Bee
  • Toney, Gerald Clinton, Feb. 21, 1927-Oct. 11, 1973; Fireman USN WW2
  • Toney, Katie D., 1883-1965
  • Toney, Everett V., 1886-1961
  • Seaman, Mary A., D. Jan. 29, 1896, aged 29 Y 9 M 18 D; Wife of C. D. Seaman
  • Peters, Lillie C., D. July 25, 1894, aged 29 Y 10 M 11 D; wife of F. M. Peters
  • Tamplin, George Fred, 1861-1937
  • Tamplin, Carlotta, 1868-1938
  • Unrue, George, 1838-1916; s/o Henry & Elizabeth Unrue
  • Unrue, Mary E. (Brown), 1843-1911; d/o James & Dorcas (Carney) Brown; mar. George Unrue, April 30, 1866
  • Warner, David L, April 4, 1874-June 22, 1903
  • Wiblin, Benjamin F., 1872-1935
  • Wiblin, Infant of B. F. & P. E. Wiblin; 1906-1906
  • Wiblin, Howard W., April 3, 1906-July 8, 1906; s/o D. B. & Ethel Wiblin
  • Wiblin, Virginia (Stalnaker), D. Feb. 14, 1870, aged 31 Years; wife of James W
  • Wiblin, Williamson, W., D. Aug.5, 1858, aged 69 Y 6 M 2 D.; Mar. Deborah Huddle
  • Wiblin, James S., 1831-1903; s/o Williamson W. & Deborah (Huddle) Wiblin
  • Wiblin, Catharine A. (Board-Knopp), 1841-1929; d/o George & Catherine (Richwein) Knopp, mar. James S. Wiblin, Aug. 25, 1870 (3rd Wife)
  • Wiblin, Grover C . 1885-1924
  • Wiblin, Loah I., 1888-1918
  • Wiblin, Ralph A., 1909-1913
  • Wiblin, V. K., 1902-1975
  • Williams, Harry E., 1897-1938
  • Williams, Eva E., 1886-1970
  • Williams, Roy V., 1889-1961
  • Williams, Clara V., 1881-1959
  • Williams, Fred H., 1883-1957
  • Williams, Reece, Feb. 16, 1917-Feb. 16, 1917
  • Williams, W. Henderson, 1842-1915; s/o Andrew & Ora Williams
  • Williams, Dorcas L., 1857-1935; Rhodes, Mar. W. H. Williams, April 19, 1877; 2nd
  • Williams, Lewis, July 27, 1913-July 27, 1913

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