Fletcher Farm Cemetery

Submitted by Ethel Briggs; additional info & photos provided by Wayne Williams.

Located on Green Valley Road.

WHITE, Milton Bailey - s/o Zachariah G. & Margaret (Fleming) White - 10 Feb 1843 - 7 Apr 1863 - 20/1/28 - Co C 12 WV Inf, Civil War - [PHOTO]
WHITE, Zachariah - s/o M. B. & S. - d 23 April 1858 - 5 months - [PHOTO]
WHITE, William A. - d 31 Jan 1855 - 5/8/17 - [PHOTO]
WHITE, John Fleming - 22 Dec 1849 - 29 Sep 1922 - Cremated & buried between father, Zachariah Green White & mother Margaret Fleming White

(1860 Cameron Dist census shows Zachariah G. 42, born PA; Margaret 46, born Ireland; John F 10, born VA; Margaret 4, born VA)

WHITE, Zachariah Sr. - d 14 March 1861 - 70/3/3 - [PHOTO]
WHITE, Elizabeth Ann - d/o Zachariah & Margaret - 22 March 1847 - 14 Nov 1854 - [PHOTO]
WHITE, Zachariah - s/o W. W. & E. White - d 10 Dec 1867 - 29/10/1 - Civil War Surgeon - [PHOTO]
MORE about Zachariah White.

(1860 Census: Family of William W. White, 45, born PA; Elizabeth, 42, born PA; Zachariah, 22, med student, born PA; Sarah J, 29, born PA; David C, 17, born VA; Vachel M is not on census but may be Marian(the M in Vachel M)15, born VA; Milton, 12, born VA; (William A died in 1855); Calvin, 9; Alice, 5; Elbert H,3; Wilford A, 1; Anne CLYDE, 61, born Ireland

CLYDE, Zachariah - ---- - d 12 June 1847 - 9m/15da
CLYDE, Milton B. - s/o William & Rachel (White) Clyde; grandson of Zachariah, Sr. - d 30 June 1851 - 3y/1m/1d
CLYDE, David - d 18 April 1856 - 66 years

Submitted by Wayne Williams, Jr., Mt. Prospect, IL.


Headstone of Eleanor White, wife of Zachariah G. White, Sr.
She is buried in the Sugar Grove Union Church Cemetery, in McCracken, PA


     The Fletcher family bought the property after my great-great-great-grandfather, Zachariah G. White, Sr., died.


     Fallen and broken stone is for Zachariah A. White (Ass't Surgeon with the 1st WV Cavalry), son of William W. White and Elizabeth Clyde White.

     Stone lying on stump is for Zachariah White, son of Milton Bailey and Sarah (Antill) White. Tall stone with rounded top is for Zachariah G. White, Sr.

     Tall stone with square top is for Milton Bailey White, grandson of Zachariah G. White, Sr. and the first cousin three times removed of Wayne C. Williams, Jr. He was a Civil War casualty. - He died of typhoid fever on April 7, 1863 as result of the wounds he received at the Battle of Winchester. He served as a Sergeant with Company "C" 12th West Virginia Infantry.

     Smaller standing stones belong to Milton B. Clyde (back) and Elizabeth Ann White (front), the granddaughter of Zachariah G. White, Sr. and the first cousin three time removed of Wayne C. Williams, Jr.


This is the home built by Zachariah G. White, Sr. Lower level outside wall is the original hand hewn logs.
The second floor has been covered with siding. The chimney is the original, patched many times.


Interior wall of the home built by Zachariah G. White, Sr. ca. 1840's. This was once the outside rear wall.
It is now a wall in the kitchen that has been added to the back of the original structure.


Same position as the earlier photo, but before things started to bloom.


View from the Homestead of Zachariah White Cameron vicinity, Marshall County, WV.


Another view from the Homestead of Zachariah White Cameron vicinity, Marshall County, WV.


Homestead Milk Barn built ca. 1840 by Zachariah White, Sr.
Stone foundation was quarried from surrounding hillside.


Another view of the Homestead Milk Barn.