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Gary Metcalf DOB Oct 14, 1954 and Died on 12/29/1979 in a car accident in Floyd County. He's buried at Salyers Cemetery. He has a military plaque.

Submitted by Melissa Metcalf

Headstone located on the W. Prestonsburg Cemetery, Happy Holler Floyd Co. KY

Submitted by the Neal's

 

Shelby Wallen. The boy to the right is Nola Marcum and the boy to the left is his brother Seth Marcum. Shelby is the boys 4th great grandfather and is buried on Jeff Martin Hollow on Right Fork of Bull Gap.

Submitted by Nerva

Thomas Calhoun. Buried on Campbell Branch, Floyd County Ky.

Submitted by Nerva

Taulby & Martha Tackett.

Tackett Cemetery, Tram, KY

Submitted by Mary Pinion

Julia Sweeney 9/13/26-6/23/01, daughter of Mary and Starlin Sweeney.

Buried at Richmond Cemetery in Prestonsburg
Submitted by Anna Nichols

 

Starlin Sweeney 2/29/1896-2/24/1963 husband to Mary Sweeney, father to Russle, Stella, Christine, Julia, Cecil, Mable, Drucy, Fred, Frank, George, and Eddie Sweeney, Pauline Slone, and Maggie Allen.

WW1 Veteran

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetery
Submitted by Anna Nichols

Fred Sweeney 5/13/35-12/8/00 son of Mary and Starlin Sweeney, father to Russle, Suzy, and Fred Jr Sweeney, Lakena Hammond, Mary Devine.

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetery
Submitted by Anna Nichols
George Sweeney 9/3/36-11/13/98 son of Mary and Starlin Sweeney, father to Michael Sweeney, Mindy Arnold, Deborah and Connie Slone, Barbara Sweeney

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetery
Submitted by Anna Nichols

Pauline Sweeney Slone1934-1989, daughter of Mary and Starlin Sweeney, wife to Ray Slone, mother to Kathy Miller, Frankie Slone, and Billy Ray Slone.

Submitted by Anna Nichols

Eddie Sweeney 5/10/39-9/25/79, son of Mary and Starlin Sweeney, father of Mary Sweeney Skeans.

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetery

Submitted by Anna Nichols

Mary Sweeney 7/17/99-3/73 wife of Starlin Sweeney, mother to Russle, Stella, Christine, Julia, Cecil, Mable, Drucy, Frank, Fred, George, and Eddie Sweeney; Pauline Slone and Maggie Allen. 

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetery

Submitted by Anna Nichols

Russle Sweeney (far right) 1921-1938 son of Mary and Starlin Sweeney

West Prestonsburg Public Cemetary

Submitted by Anna Nichols

William Halsey Howell m. Nancy Louisa Akers, dau. of Albert Lee Akers and Elon Octavia Burchett. Nancy Louisa Akers is buried in West Virginia. William Halsey Howell died in coal mine accident.  
William Halsey Howell was the son of Farmer M. Howell and Belle M. Stratton.  
Elon Octavia Burchett, the mother of Nancy Louisa Akers, was the daughter of Jesse P. Burchett and Louisa (Bevins) Burchett also listed in this listing.

Submitted by  Jeanne M. Howell
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Headstone located on W. Prestonsburg Cemetery. Floyd Co. KY
 
Bert Frazier  b. June 13, 1905 d. April 25, 1925 s/o Ira Frazier and Rebecca Bolen Frazier

Submitted by The Neal's

Sally-CoxHS.jpg (375657 bytes) Sally Cox headstone is located in the Lucy Hall Cemetery at McDowell, Ky. Sarah "Sally" Addington Cox, my great great grandmother, was born 1843 in Wise County, Va. died 1927 at McDowell, Ky. She was mother of John Cox, grandmother of Evelyn Cox Caudill, great grandmother of Faye Caudill Combs. Submitted by
Berkeley-Walker.jpg (37419 bytes) Berkeley-Walker  Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. This cemetery is located 3 miles south of Prestonsburg on Rt. 1428. My great great grandfather, William M. Hubbard, Jr., a Civil War soldier and POW, is buried in this cemetery. The Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery is located on the land that William owned in the 1800's. William was the son of William Hubbard, Sr. and Frances Jackson. He was married to Sarah Hammons, daughter of James and Stacy Broughton Hammons.
Berkeley Walker was the son of Fred W. Walker and Thoba Burchett Walker. His siblings were Denman Walker, Conley Walker and Oneida Walker. Conley also died young, got shot in the stomach by a friend, it was an accident. I donít know where his headstone is, he was about 20 years old. Denman and Oneida never married. So no issue. The Fred W. Walker branch stops here.

Submitted by Elizabeth Walker 5/7/2013

EHH-Elizabeth-Harris-Hutton.jpg (39704 bytes) EHH-Elizabeth-Harris-Hutton    The small tombstone with the initials "EHH" is probably the burial location of Elizabeth Harris Hutton.  She was born about 1816 and was the daughter of James P. Harris and Nancy Young.   She was married to James G. Hutton.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemeteryons.

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Elhanan-Wright.jpg (35292 bytes) Elhanan-Wright  
Elhanan Wright was married to Jane Hubbard, d/o William Hubbard, Sr. and Frances Jackson.  Elhanan served in the Civil War in the 14th KY Infantry, Company G, Union Army and the 39th KY Infantry, Company F.  He was born 1833 - 1839 and died 09 April 1913.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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G-W-Burchett.jpg (30007 bytes) G-W-Burchett    
The tombstone marked G.W. Burchett is likely that of Georgia Burchett.   She was born 15 August 1884 and died 16 September 1887 in Floyd Co., KY.   Georgia was the d/o William Green Burchett and Julia Hubbard.
 

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. 

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James-G-Hutton.jpg (34425 bytes) James-G-Hutton  Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. 

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Jane-Walker.jpg (40371 bytes) Jane-Walker    Nancy "Jane" was the d/o James G. Hutton and Elizabeth Harris. She was married to James Walker, the son of John W. Walker and Elizbeth Franklin.  Jane was born about 1836 and died about 1897.
Jane Hutton Walker and James L. Walker had 3 children:
Frank Walker (my grandfather, buried in Ohio)
Lottie Walker (died just after her marriage to Banner Leslie Ė donít know where her headstone is).
Fred W. Walker (donít know where headstone is, but read it was near Berkeleyís and Thobieís).
James L. Walker was the son of John West Walker and Elizabeth Franklin Hackworth (widow) Walker.
Elizabeth Franklin Hackworth (widow) Walker is buried in the Old Mayo cemetary.
I donít know where John W. Walker was buried. (someone told me his stone was removed when they built the Dewey Dam).
James L Walker is buried in the George Walker-Mayo cem. (and near his sister Louisa J. Walker (Mayo Lockheart.) Their brother, Thomas W Walker, is buried near his mother Elizabeth Walker.
John West Walkerís parents were George Reynolds Walker and Lucy West Walker.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

Submitted by Elizabeth Walker 5/8/2013

 

Lonnie-Paul-Hubbard.jpg (42020 bytes) Lonnie-Paul-Hubbard   Lonnie was the son of Maxie Burchett and grandson of William Green Burchett and Julia Hubbard

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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Mary-E-Vaughn.jpg (38627 bytes) Mary-E-Vaughn  Mary was the d/o James G. Hutton and Elizabeth Harris. I do not know her husband's name. Mary's siblings married children of William Green Burchett and Julia Hubbard.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. 

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Mollie-Burchett.jpg (35892 bytes) Mollie-Burchett  Mollie was born 3 Mar 1869 and died 17 sep 1887.  Mollie was the daughter of Thomas Raser Burchett and Millie J. Branham.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. 

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Nettie-Elam-Burchett.jpg (37472 bytes) Nettie-Elam-Burchett   Nettie was the daughter of Uriah Elam.  She was born 24 July 1891 and died 20 April 1951.  Nettie was married to Thomas P. Burchett.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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Sarah-Hammons-Hubbard.jpg (35297 bytes) Sarah-Hammons-Hubbard  Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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Trobie-Burchett-Walker.jpg (39116 bytes) Trobie Burchett Walker   Trobie was the d/o William Green Burchett and Julia Hubbard.   She was born 11 Nov 1884 and died 27 Jul 1929.   Trobie was married to Fred W. Walker, son of James Walker and Nancy Jane Hutton.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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William-Burchett-and-Julia-.jpg (36965 bytes) Julia B. Hubbard was the daughter of William M. Hubbard, Jr. and Sarah Hammons. She was born 22 July 1868 and died 23 July 1952. She was married to William Green Burchett, son of Edward L. Burchett and Millie J. Branham. William was born 14 May 1858 and died 28 June 1946.

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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William-C-Daniels.jpg (37338 bytes) William C. Daniels   William Claude Daniels was born 14 January 1914 and died 14 October 1947.  He was married to Millie Burchett (d/o Wm Green Burchett and Julia Hubbard). 

Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery. 

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William-Hubbard.jpg (40759 bytes) Willliam-Hubbard-CSA.jpg (49128 bytes) William Hubbard   Taken by Karen Nelson Marcum at the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery.

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Other Known Burials in the Hubbard-Burchett Cemetery include

Frances Hubbard Addington, daughter of William M. Hubbard, Sr. and Sarah Howard. Frances was married to Franklin Monroe Addington. She was born March 1860 and died 10 October 1933.

Marvin Hubbard, infant son of Clyde and Inez Addington Hubbard. Marvin was born 25 February 1932 and died 1932.

Fred W. Walker:  Fred was born 16 April 1879 and died 05 February 1918.  He was married to Trobie Burchett.  Fred was the son of James Walker and Nancy Jane Hutton

Dasiy-B-Hammonontree.jpg (72518 bytes) Dasiy-B-Hammonontreeback.jpg (66647 bytes) Orient Cemetery. Its in Harrisonville, Cass Co, MO.

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david-weddington.jpg (74564 bytes) Orient Cemetery. Its in Harrisonville, Cass Co, MO.

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Sam-and-Mary-Hignite-Calhou.jpg (22083 bytes) Sam & Mary Hignite Calhoun

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Monroe-Addington-Tombstone.jpg (79030 bytes) Monroe Addington

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Martha-Stephens-Rose-Tombst.jpg (167651 bytes) Martha Stephens Rose

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alice-Goble.jpg (110738 bytes) Alice C & William T. Goble

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Johner-Lafferty-Tombstone.jpg (64295 bytes) Johner Lafferty

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Frank-Burchett-Tombstone.jpg (85482 bytes) Frank Burchett

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Cornelius-Stephens-Tombston.jpg (69350 bytes) Cornelius Stephens

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Andy-Rose-Tombstone.jpg (132181 bytes) Andy Rose

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William-Margaret-Hignite-T.jpg (64640 bytes) William & Margaret Hignite

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W-R-Hall-Tombstone.jpg (89411 bytes) Private William R. Hall, Jr., (Diamond's) 10th Kentucky Cavalry. He was a son of William Riley Hall, Sr., and Nancy Higgins. He is a nephew of Masias Hall

The grave is located on Dickey Town Road, near Prestonsburg. To get to the grave site, follow US 23 North to the Kentucky Route 3 exit (which also goes to Highlands Hospital), following Route 3 to the edge of the Wireman Shoals bridge, turn right on Dickie Town Road (a/k/a Bays Branch), and follow along the railroad tracks about 1 mile. The cemetery is on the right, upon a hill which can be traversed with a front wheel drive vehicle.. This cemetery is sometimes called the Robert George Cemetery, and also known as the Bays Branch Cemetery.
Submitted by Atlas D. Hall

William-B-Harman-marker.jpg (37154 bytes) Private William B. Harman
The grave is located on Dickey Town Road, near Prestonsburg. To get to the grave site, follow US 23 North to the Kentucky Route 3 exit (which also goes to Highlands Hospital), following Route 3 to the edge of the Wireman Shoals bridge, turn right on Dickie Town Road (a/k/a Bays Branch), and follow along the railroad tracks about 1 mile. The cemetery is on the right, upon a hill which can be traversed with a front wheel drive vehicle.. This cemetery is sometimes called the Robert George Cemetery, and also known as the Bays Branch Cemetery.
Submitted by Atlas D. Hall

 

ray-h-grave.jpg (39778 bytes) Raymond Hamilton son of Harrison Hamilton and Martha Stephens Parsons Hamilton
Submitted by Minerva
Son of Jackson and Octavia Kidd and brother of Everett and Jerry Kidd
Robinettes-hs.jpg (280687 bytes) Effie Jane Adkins m. Burns Robinette .... Great Aunt... dtr of Wyatt & Melissa Travis Adkins Arnold "Gauley" & Ira... sons of Effie & Burns Robinette buried beside pts.  Submitted by Mary Pinion
melissa-charles-hs.jpg (31428 bytes) Melissa Travis Charles d/o Charley & Manervia Thompson Travis, m1st Wyatt Adkins in Lawrence Co., KY (Wyatt died in 1901 (thyphoid fever))  m 2nd, Oscar Charles
Bill Street Cem., In Justell, KY (Betsy Layne) 
Submitted by Mary Pinion
Anthony_Hall.jpg (98826 bytes) Anthony Halls gravesite
Just erected a new stone on the grave site of Anthony Hall, The Ben E. Caudill camp of the SCV, have helped alot  with this project and will purchase a flag pole and an original Betsy Ross flag to erect on the site also for the cost of materials which comes to around $100.00,   If anyone would like to see this happen please send a small donation ($1.00--- $5.00) to Bob Hall at po. box 388 Wheelwright, KY.  41669. Pics of the new stone are in the Hall Album, and as soon as we get the flag pole and flag erected I will post those pics also.  Any monies in excess of the $100.00 will go toward the purchase of a stone for Anthony's wife Ruth Butler.
eli-and-cyn-stone-hs.jpg (39719 bytes) This is the stone where Elijah E. Akers & Cynthia Rice Akers are bured, on the Akers Cementary at Dana, KY Submitted by Rita Frasure
MLburchett-hs.jpg (112284 bytes) Malva Louella Burchett 1st. wife of William Riley Hall
Submitted by David Lee Hall
Lee-martha-hall-hs.jpg (144243 bytes) Lee & Martha Hall 
Martha d/o Lurany & Robert S. Elliott 
Submitted by David Lee Hall
hs-Hackworth-Eddie.jpg (46014 bytes) Eddie & Rachel Julia Hannah HACKWORTH,
Eddie s/o  Sanford & Belle Click Hackworth
Julia
d/o Ross & Virgie Rivers Hannah Submitted by Robie Prater
Descendents-of-Bollen-Bill.jpg (56079 bytes) Photo was taken on Sunday Oct 14th 2001. This was a Conderate Tombstone dedication ceremony at the Grave site of William J "Captain Bollen Bill" Hall. Capt. Bolen Bill was the son of William J. "Gunsmith Billy" Hall and the Grandson of Anthony Hall and Ruth Butler Hall. Bob Hall
DSCF0009.jpg (130216 bytes) The Upper Left Beaver Historical and Genealogical Society is PROUD to announce the we have set our first Head stone. The Headstone set was for William Little. William married Rebecca (Becky) Little and was a Brother to Ode Little. William and Becky are buried side by side in the cemetery beside the Wheelwright Community Methodist Church, on 79 Hill in Wheelwright KY. William was a soldier in Col. Ben E. Caudill's 13th KY Cavalry CSA. The Head Stone for William was provided by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Ben E. Caudill Camp, Hazard KY. Members participating in the stone setting were, Sheila Harlow, Mike Hall and Myself, Bob Hall.
lee-hall-HS.jpg (19907 bytes) Lee Hall b. Jan 18 1903 in Floyd County Kentucky d. Mar 24 1927 in Boyd County Kentucky.  He was the h/o Ruby Estep and the s/o James Pharo "Tige" and Arminda "Mindy" Hall Hall.  Lee was originally buried at the home farm and because of the construction of Hwy 23, he was moved to Highland Memorial Cemetery in South Point, Lawrence County Ohio Submitted by Burt & Annette Chateau
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WILLIAM RILEY "BILL" HALL  BORN OCT 24 1904 IN FLOYD COUNTY KENTUCKY.  DIED MAR 9 1925 BOYD COUNTY KENTUCKY.
HE WAS THE SON OF JAMES PHARO "TIGE" AND ARMINDA "MINDY" HALL  HALL.  HE WAS THE HUSBAND OF ROSEANNE CYRUS.
HE WAS BURIED ON THE FAMILY FARM AND WAS MOVED BECAUSE OF HWY 23 CONSTRUCTION.  HE NOW RESTS IN HIGHLAND MEMORIAL CEMETERY AT SOUTH POINT, LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

FIGHT OCCURRED AFTER CHURCH SERVICE AT CHAPEL

A double tragedy costing the lives of two young men, occurred last night when Edmond Cyrus and William Hall met on the steps of the small church at Durbin. A small com- muntiy about ten miles back of Catlettsburg and opened fire on each other with revolvers. Both men were fatally injured in the fusilade and died shortly after being brought to the Ashland General Hospital about ten o'clock. The trouble dates back several months, according to the story told by persons who know the Hall and Cyrus families, and grew out of a family estrangement which settled down to a personal grievance between the two young men. Cyrus was twenty- five years old, while Hall was twenty. Both were well know through that section of the county and the Cyrus family particularly prominent through long years of settlement in that region where the men have been farmers and stock raisers. Following the close of the services at the Cyrus Chapel, the community church of that section, one of the boys came out of the church and was proceeding down the steps when he met the other. The guns were out in an instant, bystanders relate, and each man emptied his weapon at the other, both falling wounded at the last of twelve shots fired. A call was sent to Kilgore and Collier in Catlettsburg for an ambulance and this was rushed to Savage branch where bad roads made further travel impossible. The bodies of the wound- ed men were carried to the ambulance and brought in to the hospital here. An operation was performed on Hall who was suffering from a bullet wound in the abdomen. Cyrus was found to have a wound in his shoulder and another in the neck. Hall's death occurred about four o'clock and the ambulance was called back almost immediately for Cyrus, who died but a few minutes later. The Halls came to Durbin from Beaver Creek and William Hall, the victim of the tragedy, married the daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Jesse Cyrus about one year ago. A separation eused shortly after and the bride re- turned to the home of her parents to live. The husband went to the home of his father, Tige Hall, at Burgess Station, a short distance above Lock- wood, on the Big Sandy. The farms were about three miles apart and the enmity between the husband and the brother of the wife grew until ended by the affair last night. Jesse Cyrus, father of Edmund Cyrus, was killed about two years ago when gored and trampled by a mad- dened bull in the pasture lot. Since that time the son has cared for the big farm and managed the affairs of the family. He was a member of the Green Hill Masonic Lodge No. 521 of Bolts Fork; and also a member of the I.O.O.F. lodge The funeral of Edmund Cyrus has been set for Wednesday morning at ten o'clock and burial will be made in the family cemetery on the farm. The services will be read by the Rev. C.P. Smith, pastor of Cyrus Chapel and the Masonic organization will take charge of the burial. The body of William Hall will be sent to the home at Burgess Station, where it will be held in the fa- thers home over night and then sent on to Floyd county by tomorrow morning's train for funeral services and burial on Beaver Creek, Wednesday.

ASHLAND DAILY INDEPENDENT HAD THIS AS MAJOR FRONT PAGE HEADLINES AS TWO KILLED AT DURBIN EDMUND CYRUS AND WILLIAM HALL DEAD IN GUN DUEL MARCH 9 1925 EDITION. IT WAS ALSO IN THE NEWSPAPER IN LOUISA KENTUCKY. COPY COST OF THE NEWSPAPER AT THE TIME WAS 3 CENTS. Submitted by Burt & Annette Chateau

RUSH_HALL_hs.jpg (27776 bytes) Rush Hall was the s/o Lacona "Connie" & George "Pipe George" Hall. William Riley Hall Cemetery, Bevinsville, Floyd Co. KY. I think, not proven that his wife was Ruth Meade. Submitted by Burt & Annette Chateau
WILLIAM_RILEY_SUASANNAH-hs.jpg (35010 bytes) The headstone says Susan Hall but her name was Susannah. d/o Rutha Hall & Martin Thornsberry. Rev. William Riley "Red Will" Hall III was the son of William Riley Hall Jr. & Lucinda "Cindy" Cook Hall. They are buried at the W. R. Hall cemetery at Bevinsville, Floyd Co. KY Submitted by Burt & Annette Chateau
marionanzie-hall-hs.jpg (21199 bytes) Frances Marion Hall and Anzie Hall Hall. Marion b. Feb 23 1859 and d. Mar 29 1950 s/o Samuel Hall Jr. and Nancy Jane Little. Anzie b July 1873 d. Sept 2 1938 in Floyd County Kentucky. Anzie d/o John and Cynthia Newsome Hall. They are buried at the William Riley Hall Cemetery in Bevinsville, Floyd County Kentucky Submitted by Burt & Annette Chateau
Mary_Allen_Campbell_hs.jpg (41899 bytes) Headstone of Mary Allen Campbell. Daughter of Jeremiah "Jerry" Allen and Ellen "Della" Patton Allen of W. Prestonsburg, KY. b. 11-2-1896 d.8-8-1918. First wife of Charles Zean Campbell. Grave is located in the old W. Prestonsburg Cemetery in Floyd Co. KY (Photo was made July 2001)  Lydia Neal
Shelby_Wallen_hs.jpg (15365 bytes) Headstone of Shelby "Banks" Wallen of Floyd Co. KY b.4-29-1870 d.2-24-1945 s/o Shelby Wallen and Susannah Hale. Married Rebecca Belle "Belle" Gearheart 12-31-1894 Buried at Old W. Prestonsburg Cemetery Floyd Co. KY (Photo was made July 2001)  Lydia Neal
Rebecca_Belle_Gearheart_hs.jpg (19880 bytes) Headstone of Rebecca Belle "Belle" Gearheart. b.1-5-1876 d.10-14-1946 Buried Old W. Prestonsburg Cemetery Floyd Co. KY d/o Adam Gearheart and Rebecca Jane Martin Gearheart. Wife of Shelby "Banks" Wallen. (Photo was made July 2001)  Lydia Neal
Jahaza_sparks_HS.jpg (25107 bytes) Jahaza Fletcher Sparks w/o William Henry Sparks b. April 11, 1874 d. March 26, 1966 Ivington Cemetery......KY  Submitted by Christine Sizemore Butler

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William Little b. June 8 1842   d. June 25 1916
Stone placed by the Upper Left Beaver Historical Society and the Ben E. Caudill Camp SCV
Johm_M._Hall.jpg (27625 bytes) John Morgan "Tikki John" Hall, s/o William & Malinda Hamilton Hall w/o Elizabeth 'Eliza' Stumbo
Submitted by Donna Frasure
Victoria_Martin_Newsome.jpg (36805 bytes) Victoria Martin Newsome  B: 4-22-1884  D: 1-8-1904, d/o Simpson & Mary F. Akers Martin, w/o General Jack Newsome, Submitted by Donna Frasure

Simpson Boy Martin Cemetery Branham Creek

William Kenas Goodman, father of Hiram Kenas Goodman Derossett cemetery on Bull Creek., Submitted by James Goodman
emma.jpg (57172 bytes) Emaline (Goodman) Shepherd d/o William Kenas Goodman & Mary E. Wallen & w/o Andrew Shepherd Submitted by James Goodman
Jonathan W. Akers, s/o Solomon, Jr. & Matilda Mead Akers
Tolbertakershs.JPG (60405 bytes) Tolbert Akers h/o Polly Sturgeon.  Akers Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek
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pollysturgeonhs.JPG (60064 bytes) Poly Sturgeon (Mary Hall) w/o Tolbert Akers d/o Mary Sturgeon & Nimrod Hall
Akers Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek
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tolbertjrhs.JPG (38473 bytes) Tolbert Akers Jr. s/o Tolbert Akers & Polly Sturgeon (Mary Hall) Akers Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek
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glendlehowellhs.JPG (60191 bytes) Glendale Howell s/o Sterling & Flary Howell Robert Hall (Bob Hall) Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek
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randelhowellhs.JPG (59648 bytes) Randel D. Howell s/o Sterling & Flary Howell Robert Hall (Bob Hall) Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek., Submitted by
Flaryhowellhs.JPG (60419 bytes) Flary Howell & Sterling Howell,  Sterling d. 3-13-2000
d/o Crit & Ella Hall Howell Robert Hall (Bob Hall) Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt 979 Big Mud Creek., Submitted by
betty_howellhs.JPG (33614 bytes) Betty Howell d/o Crit & Ella Hall Howell w/o )1 Joe Herrington )2 Tan Howell
Two babies one to each side of grave, one marked, the other not. Children of Tan & Bet's, one Estill (foot stone B. H.) the other unnamed. Robert Hall (Bob Hall) Cemetery on Branham Creek off Rt. 979 Big Mud Creek., Submitted by
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0007.jpg (11890 bytes) Mary Little Caudill, w/o Andrew Jackson Caudill Was buried in McClure, Va. Dickenson County
Submitted by Ben Caudill
jamesjohnsonhs.jpg (24804 bytes) Tombstone of James Johnson, son of William Johnson and Charity Bentley
Submitted by Garyl A. Johnson
jake_martin_hs.jpg (46078 bytes) Jake Martin, Simpson Boy Martin Cemetery, Branham Creek, on the hill above the old Authur Martin Sr. Home place Submitted by
infant_simpson_martin_hs.jpg (58187 bytes) Simpson Martin, Infant s/o John & Sadie Martin, Simpson Boy Martin Cemetery, Branham Creek, on the hill above the old Authur Martin Sr. Home place Submitted by
Simpson_martin.jpg (21547 bytes) Simpson Martin, s/o Simpson & Elizabeth Turner Martin, Simpson Boy Martin Cemetery, Branham Creek, on the hill above the old Authur Martin Sr. Home place Submitted by
goblehs.jpg (17476 bytes) Sheridan & Mary Josephine Harless Goble  Submitted by Freda Goble Tussey
solomonosbornhs.jpg (24762 bytes) This is of the original headstone for "Indian Creek" Solomon Osborne, one of the earliest settlers in the Indian Creek area of Pike Co., KY. At the time this was taken by Jim W. Tackitt in 1987, the stone was at the home of the late Evert Fred Johnson of Etty, Pike Co., KY. This stone was taken from the W.F. Tackett Cemetery where Solomon Osborne is buried close to Wm. Tackitt Sr., 1779-1851. This original stone appeared on the W. F. Tackett Cemetery [aka The Frank Tackett Cem.] sometime before the 1991 Tackett Reunion and was standing against the tree near the Wm. Tackitt Sr. Memorial Stone. In 1995 a replacement Memorial Stone was placed in this location and the original stone was missing. The replacement stone, giving names of the children, does have some minor errors. We do not know who now has the original  stone [Aug 1995]. Taken from the Tackett Assn. Photos page
HANEY_TACKETT.jpg (23336 bytes) Nancy Tackett, w/o Greenville Tackett Need Cemetery Info Please? 

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GREENVILLE_TACKETT.jpg (13656 bytes) Greenville Tackett,    Need Cemetery Info Please? 
ALVANIA_AKERS_hs.jpg (18907 bytes) Alvania Howell d/o Anthony & Larcenie Hamilton Howell, w/o Jobie Akers; Forest Grove Cemetery, Marysville, Ohio Submitted by
QUNIN_HARRISON_WILLIAMS_hs.jpg (47077 bytes) Harrison & Quintella Williams: Harrison is the s/o John Williams & Eveline Yates. Quintella Cox w/o Harrison  Submitted by Deedra Williams  Williams cemetery, Asa, KY
MAUD_ML_WILLIAMS_hs.jpg (38359 bytes) Marcus Williams is the s/o of Harrison & Quintella Cox WIlliams , and his wife was Martha Maude Fairchild.   Submitted by Deedra Williams  Williams cemetery, Asa, KY
MALTIA_COLLINGSWORTH_hs.jpg (42205 bytes) Maltia Collinsworth is d/o of Marcus & Maude Williams, w/o Lloyd Collinsworth. Lloyd is buried in See Hill Cemetery, Louisa, KY.   Submitted by Deedra Williams  Williams cemetery, Asa, KY
DELLA_WILLIAMS_hs.jpg (44511 bytes) Della Williams is 2nd wife of Marcus Williams  Submitted by Deedra Williams  Williams cemetery, Asa, KY
PRESS_HALL_hs.jpg (30789 bytes) Press Hall  Submitted by Annette Chateau. & Bob O'Daniel   William Riley Cem Bevinsville
GOERGE_LACOMA_HALL_hs.jpg (51880 bytes) George & Lacona Hall:  George s/o James Henderson Hall & Rebecca Fouts,  Laconna  d/o William Riley "Red Will" Hall & Nancy Thornsbury  William Riley Cem Bevinsville   Submitted by Annette Chateau. & Bob O'Daniel
Elmo_mae_wallen_hs.jpg (28073 bytes) Elmo & Mae Dillon Wallen   Submitted by Mike Wallen
charlie_elizabeth_perry_hs.jpg (17512 bytes)   Charlie & Elizabeth Perry   Submitted by Mike Wallen
MPatrickhs.jpg (16496 bytes) Mallie Patrick  Tram Cemetery, Tram KY  Submitted by Karen Olson Ammon
Allen_Cemetery.jpg (26374 bytes) Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery)
john_henry_bentley.jpg (31805 bytes) John Henry Bentley, husband of Dicie Meade Bentley, son of Robert and Chaddie Blankenship Bentley Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery) located off Old Rt. 80 turn left in front of Allen Central High School, go less than a mile, cemetery is on left on a little hill. Submitted by ajusticec@aol.com
thomas_j_bentley.jpg (31584 bytes) Thomas J. Bentley 'Jeff', son of John Henry and Dicie Meade Bentley Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery) Submitted by ajusticec@aol.com
dicie_meade_bentley.jpg (31288 bytes) Dicie Meade Bentley, wife of John Henry Bentley, daughter of Henry and Biddy Kiser Meade Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery) Submitted by ajusticec@aol.com
pearl_murphy.jpg (34096 bytes) Pearl Murphy, wife of Lewis Murphy, daughter of John Henry and Dicie Meade Bentley Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery) Submitted by ajusticec@aol.com
Leon_Murphy.jpg (28849 bytes) Leon 'Doc' Murphy, husband of Thelma Murphy, son of Lewis and Pearl Bentley Murphy Allen Cemetery (Old Miner Worker's Cemetery) Submitted by ajusticec@aol.com