In memory of John Snyder Carlile; Founder of the WV Statehood initiative; He rose to prominence but disgraced himself due to opposing his own initiative.
In memory of Caroline V. Moore Jackson; Venerable and Esteemed resident who succumbed to paralysis . Mrs. Jackson was in her eighty-seventh year of life on this earth.
In memory of Florence H. Bartlett Fisher; Prominent teacher is claimed by death in her forty-eighth year of life on this earth.
In memory of Dr. T. B. Bartlett ; Veteran, prominent physician and devout Baptist, departed this world in his seventy-fifth year. #Remember #Honor #Teach #IOOF #Veteran #WVHistory #CSA #MD
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. A.C. Seaton
Markwood was born March 10, 1877 in Harrison County West Virginia. Sometime around 1898 he enlisted in the United States Army. He died March 1, 1902 on Luzon Island in the Philippines, several months prior to the end of his enlistment. The Philippine – American War was an armed conflict between the First Philippine Republic and the […]
April 4, 1845 — May 18, 1936 Funeral services will be held at 3 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the home for Jacob Markwood Swartz, 91, of 315 South Second Street, Civil War veteran and one of the last surviving members of the Custer post, Grand Army of the Republic, who died at 9:30 a.m. yesterday […]
Thanks to volunteer support from the community, we had an amazing year! Together, we made a huge impact in our local community through headstone cleanings, Veteran recognition events, fundraisers, and keeping the memories of the dearly departed alive. Preservation and Restoration May thru November we provided grounds-keeping services at the Former IOOF Cemetery, the […]
Often the term Perpetual Care is heard during discussions regarding grounds keeping of cemeteries, but what does this term mean? Perpetual Care can be defined as: the never ending provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something Organizations that own and operate cemeteries offer this service as […]