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Anderson Cemetery: Located in section 20 about one-half mile north of Coal Valley Road at Calhoon Bridge near Little Raccoon Creek. Colored Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 2

Boggs Cemetery: Located in the northeast quarter of section 7 of Huntington Township west of Gravel Valley School Road on the Lew Jones Road. It is on private propery and well kept. Number of tombstones: 6

Brush Cemetery: Located in section 33 at the junction of Scott School Road and Mt. Tabor Road. Number of tombstones: 220

Ewing Cemetery: Located in section 1 south of Adney Road near Ewington. Number of tombstones: 15

Ewington Cemetery: Located in section 11 in the village of Ewington. Number of tombstones: 107

Franklin Cemetery: Located in section 9 east of Route 46 on Franklin Cemetery Road. Number of tombstones: 284

Glenn Cemetery: Located in section 24 at the Vinton Bean Dinner grounds, just off State Route 325. Number of tombstones: 102

Holcomb Cemetery: Located in section 24 in the village of Vinton on State Route 160. Number of tombstones: 5

Huntley Cemetery: Located in section 15, two hundred feet west of Shepard Lane near the intersection of Andy Dodrill and Shepard Lane. Number of tombstones: 4

Jones (Craig) Cemetery: Located in section 16 about one-half mile east of the Lew Jones Road, directly east of the Wilcox Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 3

Long Cemetery: Located in section 18 on the north side of Keystone Road. Number of tombstones: 17

Lower McCarley Cemetery: Located in section 25 on the east side of the Chesapeakeand Ohio Railroad and west of the Vinton-Glenn Summitt Road about one-half mile north of the Upper McCarley Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 5

Lucas Cemetery: Located in section 4 on the south side of John McCarley Road and one-half mile northwest of Alice Village. Number of tombstones: 3

McGhee Cemetery: Located in section 24 in the village of Vinton between State Route 160 and Bull Run Road. Number of tombstones: 308

McGlothin Cemetery: Located in section 20 on the north side of Coal Valley Road, one-fourth mile northwest of Calhoon Bridge that crosses Little Raccoon Creek. Number of graves: 1

Martindale Cemetery: Located in section 13 on the banks of Raccoon Creek. Number of graves: 1

Mt Tabor Cemetery: Located in section 34 at the Little Pearl Church of Old Regular Baptists on Mt. Tabor Road. Number of tombstones: 469

Norman Cemetery: Located in section 14 north of an adjacent to Vinton Memorital Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 2

Old Holcomb Cemetery: Located in section 24 at the Vinton Bean Dinner grounds just of State Route 325. Number of tombstones: 111

Parker Cemetery: Located in section 17 on the north side of Keystone Road, east of the Gravel Valley School Road. Number of tombstones: 2

Pendleton Cemetery: Located in section 15 on the east side of Andy Dodrill Road on a hillside. About 300 feet from the roadway. Number of tombstones: 16

Potter Cemetery: Located in section 24 north of Bull Run Road behind a barn. Number of tombstones: 4

Sheppard Cemetery: Located in section 9 three-fourths miles east of the Lew Jones Road, northeast of the Wilcox Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 8. The Revolutionary War Veteran, Moses Gee, is buried here.

Shiloh Cemetery: Located in section 21 on a ridge north-west of Shiloh and Cherry Ridge roads. Many unmarked graves. Number of tombstones: 15

Turner Cemetery: Located in section 14 on Rt. 160. Number of tombstones: 2

Tyler Cemetery: Located in section 36 on the Hively farm, on a lane east of the Hively home from Woods Mill Road. Number of tombstones: 5

Vinton Memorial Cemetery: Located in section 14 on the east side of State Route 160, one-half mile northwest of Vinton. Number of tombstones: 1,559

Wilcox Cemetery: Located in section 16 one-fourth mile east of the Lew Jones Road. Number of tombstones: 40

Wood Cemetery: Located in section 10 north-east of the junction of Shepard Land and Ewington Road about 100 feet off the roadway. Number of tombstones 79

Geer Cemetery (Vinton County): Located in Vinton County on Geer Road north of Pond Covered Briudge. Number of tombstones: 25

Piper (Kent) Cemetery (Meigs County): Located in Meigs County, just across the county line on the Andres Road of Gallia County. Number of tombstones: 89

Snyder Cemetery (Jackson County): Located in Jackson County near the Gallia County line, one-fourth mile northeast of the mjunction of Keystone and Lew Jones Roads. There is one tombstone. Two graves are outline with brick and one marked with marble slab and 2 unmarked graves.


Morgan Township

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Anderson Cemetery: Located in section 15 in the edge of the woods directly across from the Charles Ralston house (1976) on the Clark Road. Cemetery is over grown. Number of tombstones: 2

Boice Cemetery: Located in section 15 on Clark Chapel Road. Number of tombstones: 1 located in pasture field.

Caldwell Cemetery: Located in section 17 on the west side of Up Creek Road near the Kenneth Ward residence. Number of tombstones: None

Clark Cemetery: Located in section 19 on Clark Chapel Road at the Clark Chapel Acre Campground. Number of tombstones: 14 + unmarked.

Clark Chapel Cemetery: Located in section 19 about 1 ½ miles from Porter on the Clark Chapel Road, at the Church. Number of tombstones: about 200 + unmarked.

Dyke Cemetery: Located in section 26 west of Route 160. Maybe also be known as Boice. Small fenced in area has possibly 3 or 4 graves. Number of tombstones: None

Eblin Cemetery: Located in section 15 off Clark Chapel Road,on a fence line directly behind the Morgan Weslyan Church about 1000 feet. Number of tombstones: 10 + unmarked.

Ellis Cemetery: Located in section 27 on a farm reached by taking road # 17 from Thompson Road. Number of tombstones: None, one burial recorded in McCoy-Moore Funeral Home records.

Glassburn Cemetery: Located in section 13 on the Max Eno Road, on a point directly behind the Max Eno house. Marker found under the sod. Number of tombstones: 1 + 2 sandstones.

Hill Cemetery: Located in section 27 on a farm near the intersection of Vinton-Eno and Frank Ward Roads. Number of tombstones: None, 2 reported burials.

Hughes: Located in section 10 on Bill George Road in the middle of a field on the west side of the road. It is about ½ of a mile from the intersection of Vinton-Eno Road and the Bill George Road. Number of tombstones: 3 and at least 3 unmarked.

Justice Honaker Cemetery: Located in section 27 on the west side of Frank Ward Road. Number of tombstones: 1 (new cemetery 1975)

McCarley (Upper) Cemetery: Located in section 32 on a wooded hilltop east of Vinton-Glen Summitt Road. This is about a mile north of Glen Summitt Road. Number of tombstones: 5.

McClaskey Cemetery: Located in section 21 about ½ mile northwest of the Morgan-Bethel Church. Is now abandoned but was fenced at one time. Number of tombstones: 1 marker no inscription.

McLeish Cemetery: Located in section 34 on a hilltop southwest of Roy Spires Road on the McComas farm and is surrounded by an iron fence. Number of tombstones: 5.

Miller Cemetery: Located in section 11 on the Glenn Hash Road (off of the Bill George Road). Number of tombstones: about 60 + unmarked.

Morgan Bethel Cemetery: (Colored) Located in section 21 on the Wes Denny Road. Number of tombstones: about 107 + many unmarked.

Morgan Center Weslyan: or Pilgrim Holiness: Located in section 15 near Morgan Center at the intersection of Vinton-Eno Road and Clark Chapel Road (at the Church). Number of tombstones: about 70 + unmarked.

Pierce Cemetery: Located in section 25. The cemetery has been destroyed. One marker recovered from a manure pile and stored in the barn by Dr. deLamerens. Others said to have been crushed for road stone. Number of tombstones: 1 found, Pierce, ____no dates.

Pine Grove Cemetery: Located in section 23 and 29. Boundary line of this cemetery is on the west side of Rowleville Road. Number of tombstones: about 250.

Robinson Cemetery: Located in section 8. From Route 554 turn west on Thompson Road and go about ¼ of a mile and the cemetery is on the northside of the road. Number of tombstones: about 145.

Roush Cemetery: Located in section 10 about 300 feet directly behind the residence of Earl George. Cemetery is abandoned and only the concrete corner markers remain. Number of tombstone: None.

Shield Cemetery: or Old McCarley: Located in section 27 on the southwester border, just north of State Route 160. Number of tombstones: 7 + unmarked.

Spires Cemetery: Located in section 16 along the section line just off the Eno-Vinton Road southeast of Morgan Center. Number of tombstones: 1

Stone Cemetery: Located in section 9 about ½ of a mile northeast of the Eno-Vinton Road on property of Doug Reynolds in a wooded area. No road to cemetery. Number of tombstones: 13 + unmarked.

Unknown Cemetery: Located in section 3 about ¼ of a mile south of State Route 554on property owned by Ralph Reynolds. No evidence of cemetery now exists.

Vance Cemetery: Located in section 16 from Morgan Center turn northeast on Up Creek Road going about 1 mile and on the left there is roadway (path now) leading to the cemetery. Number of tombstones: 20 + possibly 20 unmarked.

Wilcox Cemetery: Located in section 35 on top of a hill in the woods north of Tom Thaxton Road near intersection of Thaxton Road and State Route 35. Number of tombstones: 52 + unmarked.

Wildman Cemetery: Located in section 10 on a pasture hill top directly south of a house belonging to Huck Ferrell who lives on Roush Hollow Road. Number of tombstones: 8 + unmarked.

Wilt Cemetery: Located in section 1 on White Oak Road near the intersection of Thaxton Road. Number of tombstones: About 10


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Barnett Family Cemetery: Located at 535 King Road. Number of tombstones: 1

Bethel Church Cemetery: Located in section 24 on the Bladen Mercerville Road. Number of tombstones: 452

Big Four Cemetery: Located in section 26 on Hannan Trace Road on top of the hill just above Old Route 7. Number of tombstones: 20 plus 10 unmarked graves.

Bladen Cemetery: Located in section 24 near intersection of Bladen Road and State Route 7. Number of tombstones: 2

Blake Cemetery: Located in section 32 on the northwest side of State Route 7 on old Blake farm. Number of tombstones: 60

Blakenship Cemetery: Located in section 36 north of Davis Road: Number of tombstones: 2

Bush Cemetery: Located in section 36. Number of tombstones: 0 Former wooden markes have rotted away.

Campbell Cemetery: Located in section 15 directly across Old Route 7 at Horse Creek Road. Number of tombstones: 3 plus other graves without markers.

Galloway (White) Cemetery: Located in section 33 on the north side of Hannan Trace Road. Number of tombstones: 60 plus 28 unreadable markers.

Hannan Cemetery: Located in section 19 on the old Hannan farm. Number of tombstones: 20

Kennedy Cemetery: Located in section 20 on the north side of State Route 7. Number of tombstones: 19

King's Chapel Cemetery: Located in section 28 off Johnson Road on King Cemetery Lane just behind the church. Number of tombstones: 165 plus 11 unmarked graves.

Mooney Cemetery: Located in section 34 on the northeast side of Stewart Road. Number of tombstones: 2

Mt. Zion Cemetery: Located in section 15 at the intersection of Old State Route 7 and Waugh Road at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church. Number of tombstones: 329

Raines Cemetery: Located in section 12 on top of a ridge between farms. Number of tombstones: 2

Richardson Cemetery: Located in section 5 about 4 miles out Bladen Road from State Route 7 . Number of tombstones: 2

Ross (Waugh) Cemetery: Located in section 22 one-fourth mile east of Peter's Branch Road on the west side of Swan Creek. Number of tombstones: 8

Swan Creek Cemetery: Located in section 20 on the north side of State Route 7. Number of tombstones: 272

Unknown Colored Cemetery: Located in section 16. No markers but graves of workers for the Swan Creek Coal Company are believed to be here.

Unknown Name Cemetery: Located in section 36. Number of tombstones: 2

Victory Cemetery: Located in section 4 next to Victory Church on Victory Road off Hannan Trace Road. Number of tombstones: 23

Watson Cemetery: Located in section 32 on the north side of State Route 7. Number of tombstones: 2 plus possibility of several unmarked graves.

Old Waugh Cemetery (Hobbs-Guthrie): Located in section 20. No markers. Unknown number of graves. Cemetery reported as having been "destroyed."

Thomas Waugh Cemetery: Located in section 14 about 75 feet east of State Route 7. Number of tombstones: 1


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Bane Cemetery: Located in section 23 on the north side of State Route 141 near the intersection of Saunders Road. Number of tombstones: 5 unidentified fieldstones.

Beckett Cemetery: Located in section 4 adjacent to the northeast side of Tyn Rhos Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 2

Beman Cemetery: Located in section 21 four-tenths of a mile from State Route 141 on the east side of the Charlie Richards Road. Number of tombstones: 5

Bethel Cemetery: Located in section 30 about one mile north of State Route 33 on the east side of Bethel Road. Number of tombstones: 86

Boggs Cemetery: Located in section 20 eight-tenths of a mile from Nebo Road on the Boggs School Road. Number of tombstones: 1 plus at least three unmarked graves.

Carter Cemetery: Located in section 35 about three-fourths mile up the Sauders road on the right hand side. No markers are discerible today.

Centerpoint Baptist (Jones) Cemetery: Located in section 6 northeast of Centerpoint one-fourth mile on the Centerpoint-Rio Grande Road. Number of tombstones: 14

Copeland Cemetery: Located in section 29 three-tenths of a mile from State Route 141. Number of tombstones: 2

Gilliland Cemetery: Located in section 19 one-half mile south of Simmes Creek Road . Number of tombstones: 3

Nebo Cemetery: Located in section 8 west of Nebo Road near the junction of Roush Road near Nebo Church. Number of tombstones: 171

Norman Cemetery: Located in section 8 south of Cora Centerpoint Road in northwest corner of section. Number of tombstones: 9

Patriot Cemetery: Located in section 34 on the Patriot Cadmus Road, one-fourth mile west of Patriot at the site of the Patriot Methodist Church. Number of tombstones: 127 plus more than 25 unmarked graves.

Ripley Cemetery: Located in section 35 one-half mile east of Patriot on the north side of Cadmus-Patriot Road. Number of tombstones: 15 plus about 12 unmarked graves.

Salem Baptist Cemetery: Located in section 21 on the east side of Nebo Road opposite the Nebo-Symmes Creek junction at Salem Baptist Church. Number of tombstones: 482

Salem Calvinist Methodist Church: Located in section 8 west of Nebo road near the junction of Synder Road. No markers but four graves reported on land deed.

Siloam Cemetery (Jones): Located in section 22 about one-half mile east of Gage on the north side of Route 141. Number of tombstones: 13

Slagle Cemetery: Located in section 30 on Bethel Church Road. Number of tombstones: 7

Tyn Rhos Cemetery: Located in section 4 on the east side of Tyn Rhos Road at the site of the Tyn Rhos Church. Number of tombstones: 524 plus 34 graves recorded in records but unmarked.

White Cemetery: Located in section 23 on property owned by OOM Park Commission. Number of
tombstones: 1

Wiseman Cemetery: Located in section 9 between Nebo Road and Township Road 325. Number of tombstones: 5

Unknown Cemetery: Located in section 2 between Adamsville-Cora road and Raccoon Creek. No markers.


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Baxter Cemetery: Baxter Cemetery is listed under the Watson Cemetery .

Bunch Cemetery: This is a colored cemetery.  Located in Section 13 on Gooch Road . Number of tombstones: 11 There are also 10 unmarked graves and one veteran marker.

Calvary Baptist: Located in Section 22 at the Calvary Baptist church in Rio Grand on the south side of old Route 35.  Number of tombstones: 947

Centreville  (Thurman ) Cemetery: Located in Section 19 at the southwestern corner of the village of Centerville (Thurman Post Office). Number of tombstones: 151

Childres Cemetery: Located in Section 33 on the west side of Cherry Ridge Road . The cemetery is about one-half mile southeast of the Wagner home.  Number of tombstones: 3

Ebenezer Cemetery: Located in Section 5 on the northside of Ebenezer-Carmel Road .  Number of tombstones: 223

Gilboa Cemetery: Located in Section 10 on a plateau.  It is located one-half mile east of Route 325 between Tate Road and the Bandy Road .  At one time there was a Gilboa Church located here. Number of tombstones: 60

Hughes Cemetery (Beman):  Located in Section 19 on the north side of State Route 160. Number of tombstones: 14

Koontz Cemetery #1: Located in Section 10 atop a ridge 1/2 mile west of Route 325 and 1/2 mile north of Ebenezer Carmel Road. A telephone exchange is directly south of the plot.    There is a Masonic Emblem for Oliver Scott who was a soldier in the armies of the U.S. in the Revolutionary War. Number of tombstones: 20 plus several sand slabs.

Koontz Cemetery  # 2: Located in Section 34 about 1/2 mile east of State Route 325 on the north side of Garners Ford Road.  Number of tombstones: 2

Lewis Cemetery (Norman): Located in Section 3 west of Koontz-Sailor Road . About 1 mile from the intersection of State Route 325. Number of tombstones: 10

McCarley Cemetery: Located in Section 13 west of the New Hope Baptist Church on State Route 554 adjacent to New Hope Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 34.

McNeal Cemetery: Located in Section 19 about 1/2 mile south of Thurman.  Number of tombstones: 5

Millie Smith Cemetery: Located in Section 18 on a farm 1/2 mile north of Thurman on County Road #8 (Tick Ridge)  Stones are gone but named for Millie Smith who liked to play here.  Died at age 9 or 10. Also a Lamber baby buried there.

New Hope Cemetery: Located in Section 13. This is a colored cemetery, about 1/2 mile west from Harrisburg on  State Route 554 by New Hope Baptist Church.  First built near Viney Cemetery, the  church burned and was rebuilt on this location.  Number of tombstones: 51 Several veterans markers.

Old Pine Cemetery: Located in Section 34 on the east side of State Route 325 about 2 miles south of Rio Grande at the Old Pine Church. Number of tombstones: 348 Some sandstone footstones.

Price Cemetery: Located in Section 8 at the intersection fo Ebenezer Carmel and Jerry Corn Road. It is now a part of Ebenezer Cemetery

Pruet Cemetery (Glenn): Located in Section 12 on Tycoon Lake Road. Number of tombstones: 2

Rehobeth Cemetery (Evans): Located in Section 6 on the north side of Ebenezer-carmel Road.  An early Welsh Church  once stood here.  Number of tombstones: 8

Ridgway Cemetery: Located in Section15 atop a hill on the westside of State Route 325, about 1 mile from the intersection fo Routh 325 and Route 554 north of Rio Grande village. Number of tombstones: 6

Sanctuary Cemetery: Located in Section 11 on the southwest side of Tycoon Lake. Number of tombstones: 41

Watson Cemetery (Adamsville): Located on the section line between Sections 35 and 26.  Take Adamsville-Cora Road from old route 35 and the cemetery is west of Raccoon Creek  There are 4 small cemeteries each enclosed with some kind of fence. This includes the Douglas Family Plot, Baxter Family Plot, and White Cemetery. Number of tombstones: 16

White Cemetery: Listed under Watson Cemetery.       

Wood Family Cemetery: Located in Section 26 on the Bob Evans Farm, northeast of old Route 35 at Adamsville.  Lighted at night and flies a 13 star flag and shows a 1781 cannon.  Number of tombstones: 14 plus some footstones.

Young Cemetery: Located in Section 24 one-half mile west of Harrisburg Road at the intersection of Everett Denny Road.  Number of tombstones: 2 (one headstone and one footstone)

Unknown (Rickabaugh) ?? Located in Section 35 at Garners Ford Bridge. 2 markers were found.

Cherrington Cemetery (Jackson County): Located  on the west side of the Jackson-Centerpoint Road in Madison Township of Jackson County close to the Gallia County line. Number of tombstones: 19

Hill Cemetery (Jackson County): Located in section 24 of Madison Township, Jackson County, close to the Gallia County line, leaving Thurman toward Oak Hill. Turn right on a gravel road just beyond the Gallia County line. Number of tombstones: 566

New Zion Cemetery (Jackson County): Located  in Section 24 of Madison Township, Jackson County on a gravel road directly west of Thurman, then going toward Oak hill.  There are several unknown soldiers. Number of tombstones: 242  Included here because many Gallia County associated burials here.

Evans Cemetery  (Jackson County): Located in Section 14 of MadisonTownship, Jackson County.   It was once part of Gallia Co.  Number of tombstones: 34


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Badgley Cemetery: Located in Section 26 south of the Rodney-Harrisburg Rd. in a pasture field . The monuments are practically destroyed.  Number of tombstones: 2

Blosser Cemetery: Located in Section 11 of Springfield Township on Campaign Creek. This cemetery is abandoned and there are no stones.

Buck Burial Plot: Located in section 17 on the Brookman Township Road near Porter.  There is no monument.  It is said  William Buck was burried here September 15, 1878, a yellow fever victim. From the death record at Gallia County Court House. 

Cherrington Family Cemetery: Located in Section 15 on the north side of the Westerman Church at Evergreen. For years this cemetery was thought to be part of the church cemetery. Number of tombstones: 4

Coverston Cemetery: Located in Section 20 located about 150 feet east of the Bidwell 11-Rodney Road about one-fourth mile north of the Watson-Bidwell-Rodney Road junction. Number of tombstones: 7

Denney Cemetery: Located in Section 28 on the north side of August Vollburn Road. Number of tombstones:
61
. There are 7 unmarked graves.

Denney: Located in Section 23 one-half mile north of the Kerr-Harrisburg Road under an old oak tree. There is one marker which is broken but standing and a footstone. The Viney Cemetery is about one-half mile to the north west.

Samuel Denney: Located in Section 27 about one-fourth mile southwest of the Old Brick Church on Fairview-Evergreen Road. Only one marker was found. It was broken into three pieces with a footstone lying beneath a walnut tree. About 100 feet from the Blackburn-Taylor line fence due west of a large od tree located on the line fence.

Donnally Cemetery: Located in Section 20 at the end of Bob Evans Road. The cemetery is totally destroyed and leveled  for farming.  A single stone, damaged but readable was found  in the farm shed.

Dustin Cemetery: Located in SEction 24 of Springfield Township . This is on the Floyd Clark Road about 400 feet north of the roadway on a hill. Number of tombstones: 8

Fairview Cemetery (Long Cemetery): Located in Section 35 on the Fairview Road. Number of tombstones: 574 and 14 unmakred graves.

Goetting Cemetery: Located in Section 26 on the southside of Harrisburg-Rodney Road. This cemetery is about one-half mile from the intersection of the Harrisburg-Rodney and the Bidwell-Rodney Roads. There are 17 stones and 2-3 unmarked graves. Some of the monuments have fallen down.

Langley Cemetery: Located in section 22 south of Bidwell on the Bidwell-Rodney Road, east of the roadway about one-fourth mile, south-east of the intersection of Bidwell-Rodney and the August Vollburn Rd. There are 9 stones. This cemetery was destroyed in 1975  someone burned his tobacco bed on the plot. A tractor overturned, broke and spread the tombstones in every possible direction.

Lawless Cemetery: Located in  Section 12 on Campaign Road (T9). It is part of a cow lot. There are 7 stones and maybe 30 or more unreadable grave markers.

Laywell-Russell Cemetery: Located in Section 12 on the west side of Blasser School Road on a line fence, about 300 feet from the Road. There is one broken stone. The Laywells have no stones.

McLean Cemetery (Porter): Located in Section 23 west of Porter near the intersection of State Routes 554 and 160.  There are 9 graves and a Veterans marker.  These monument have to be uncoverd from sod. One stone is still standing.

Mt. Olive Cemetery: Located in Section 36 at Mt. Olive church on the Bidwell-Mt. Olive Road. There are 159 stones including one from the Mexican War.  There are 39 unmarked graves.  The Russell family was once buried at Porter and had to be moved.here.

Nuby Cemetery (Colored): Located in Section 17 on the north side of the Swango-Brookman Road and about one-fourth mile southwest of the junction of Swango Brookman and Prospect Road. This is a colored cemetery.  No markers.  A Mrs. Petteford is buried here. 

Pine Hill Cemetery (Evergreen): Located in Section 15 at the end of the Pine Hill Cemetery Rd. There are 32 unmarked graves and 136 stones.  These include one War of 1812, one Spanish American War and one CW. (that I could find.

Prospect Church Cemetery (White?): Located in Section 10. There are 24 unmarked graves 36 stones and some veterans markers.

Providence Baptist Cemetery (also called Buck Ridge): Located in Section 7  on the Buck Ridge Road at the Providence Baptist Church. There are 87 stones and  127 unmarked graves.  This may be a colored cemetery.  There are some veterans markers.

Rhine Cemetery: Located in Section 25 on the north side of 160 (old Route 35), just across from the junction  of 588.  There are broken stones and a footstone.

Russell Cemetery: This cemetery no longer exists. It was located in Section 24. The remains and markers were moved to Mt Olive Cemetery in Springfield Township .

Russell Infant plot: A single grave, no monument in the village of Porter.

Sexton Cemetery: Located in Section 10 on O.J. White Road. There are 2 stones.

Skidmore Cemetery: Located in Section 15 next to the Westerman Church at Evergreen.  For years this cemetery was thought to be part of the church cemetery but the Skidmore family has provided us with information that it is actually a separate cemetery. Number of tombstones: 26

Stephens Cemetery: Located in Section 17 (S. E corner ) of Springfield Township. This is on the S. E. side of the Swango-Brookman Road about one-fourth mile from Prosepct Rd.  It is in a wooded area on the point of a ridge.  It is a colored cemetery.  There are 8 stones and 5 unmarked graves.

Unknown (Possibly Boice): Located in Section 28 near the Brick Church on the Fairview-Evergreen Road . No markers.

Unknown (Possibly Hill): Located in Section 19 about 1000 yards south of the Bob Evans barn on Bob Evans Road.  There are six fieldstones.  Alfred Day, Civil War soldier, is reportedly buried  in Hill Cemetery .  DUV.

Viney Cemetery (colored): Located in Section 33 north from Kerr-Harrisburg Road onto the Viney Road  at the end.  There are about 30 unmarked graves with about six to eight stones marking definte graves.  There  is a veterans marker with a rock to mark the grave.

Westerman Cemetery (Evergreen):Located in Section 15 in the churchyard of Westerman Church on Old Route 160 in the Village of Evergreen. There are 7 stones and one base.  Some of these are veterans markers.


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Ahlborn Cemetery: Located in section 9 on the north side of Ott-Rutt Road, one-half mile from the road . Number of tombstones: 3

Allbright Cemetery: Located in section 28 in the northeast quarter, south of Mt. Zion Road. No markers but three graves suspected to be here.

Bethesda Cemetery: Located in section 13 on the northeast side of Hannan Trace Road where it jons with State Route 775. Number of tombstones: 209

Brumfield Cemetery: Located in Lawrence County near Walnut Township. Number of tombstones: 5

Chick-Carter Cemetery: Located in section 2 about three-fourths mile from State Route 775. Number of tombstones: 7

Clark Cemetery: Located in section 26 on the west side of State Route 775. Number of tombstones: 20 plus about 20 more markers unreadable.

Donahoe-Raulf Cemetery: Located in section 3 about 1,000 feet south of the Patriot-Cadmus Road. Number of tombstones: 1

Drummond Cemetery: Located in section 25 about 1,000 feet east of Lincoln Pike Road and one-sixth mile northeast of the Steve Elliott Road. Number of tombstones: 33 plus 6 unmarked graves.

Drummond-Folden Cemetery: Located in section 23 north of Peter's Cave Road. Number of tombstones: 33 plus several unmarked graves.

Eakins-McDaniel Cemetery: Located in section 1. Number of tombstones: 2

Flag Springs Cemetery: Located in section 19, two-tenths of a mile from State Route 141 on the south side of a dead end road that lies directly south of Mudsoc-Flag Springs road. Number of tombstones: 242

Fox-Fairview Cemetery: Located in section 33 on the south side of the junction of Piles and Mt. Zion Roads in the churchyard of Fox-Fairview Church. Number of tombstones: 203

German Ridge Cemetery: Located in section 10 on the east side of German Ridge Road at St. Martin's Lutheran Church. Number or tombstones: 90

Jackson Cemetery: Located in section 20 on the south side of Mudsoc-Flagsprings Road about 1.2 miles east of State Route 141. Number of tombstones: 9

Langley Cemetery: Located in section 36. No markers. One grave.

McCarley Cemetery: Located in section 8 on the north side of German Hollow Road about one-half mile from State Route 141. Number of tombstones: 5 but twenty or more unmarked graves.

McDaniel Cemetery: Located in section 12 west of Walnut Township of Flag Springs Crossroads on the eastern side, about .4 of a mile south of Cadmus Crossroads. Number of tombstones: 29

Miller Cemetery: Located in Lawrence County. Number of tombstones: 70

Mt. Zion Cemetery: Located in section 28 in the north corner of the junction of Mt. Zion and White Hollow Roads. Number of tombstones: 127

Neal Cemetery: Located in section 22 on the west side of State Route 775. Number of tombstones: 153

Null Cemetery: Located in section 25. Only 2 markers for about 20 graves.

Old Walnut Ridge or Bickel Cemetery: Located in section 36 in the southeast corner of the section one-fourth mile north of the junction of Route 790 and Lincoln Pike Road on the east side of the road. Number of tombstones: 60

Olive Cemetery: Located in section 8 on the west side of State Route 141. Number of tombstones: 142

Pope-Woda Cemetery: Located in section 9 on the north side of German Hollow Road. Number of tombstones: 2

Rice-Sanders Cemetery: Located in section 17. Number of tombstones: 12

Sandfork Cemetery: Located in section 6 across the road from the church at the junction of Sandfork-Peniel and Cadmus Crossroads. Number of tombstones: 189

Valley View Menonnite Cemetery: 2065 Hannan Trace Road one mile of State Route 775 in Walnut Township. Established about 2002. Unknown number of burials. Cemetery is located behind the church.

Walnut Ridge Cemetery: Located in section 35 on the east side of State Route 775. Number of
tombstones: 86

Waterloo Cemetery: Located in section 30 at the end of the Waterloo Turnpike. Number of tombstones: 69

Webster Cemetery: Located in section 19 on the west side of State Route 141. Number of tombstones: 46

White Cemetery: Located in section 27 on White Hollow Road. Number of tombstones: 2

Wiseman Cemetery: Located in section 31 on the west side of Campground Road about .6 of a mile from where Campground leaves Webster Road. Number of tombstones: 19


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