The Historic Clarksburg WV Cemetery Preservation Alliance offers our deepest sympathies and condolences to the friends and family of Mr. Gary Goetze. Thank you Mr. Goetze for all your hard work and dedication to historical reenactment in the role of John Snyder Carlile. We were honored to have known him over the years through his […]
We are excited to announce several events that are upcoming at the Former IOOF Cemetery on South Chestnut Street in Clarksburg WV. More information will be made available soon, so please be sure to check back often. You can also contact us for more information on how to get involved with one of these upcoming […]
Early a post regarding the former Salem WV IOOF Cemetery was accidentally posted. The post was removed at this time because its a work in progress and isn’t ready to be shared yet. Sorry if this has caused any confusion.
Today was to be our first mow of the season on the grounds of the former Clarksburg IOOF Cemetery on South Chestnut Street and the Daniel Davisson DAR Cemetery but due to the colder temperatures we have rescheduled to March 19th 2018. The Harrison County Youth Reporting Center has been assisting us with groundskeeping tasks […]
Hello, it’s almost time for us to begin the biweekly groundskeeping and mowing for 2018. We rely heavily on donations of labor and funds to assist with this task. We offer several options for those willing to donate funds to assist with groundskeeping, grave marker restoration, and improvements to the fencing, sidewalk, retaining walls, thruway, […]
All of the wreaths from the 2017 Wreaths Across America Day ceremonies have been retired. Wreaths were retired at the Jackson Cemetery and the Daniel Davisson DAR Cemetery in late January. The wreaths were retired at the former Clarksburg IOOF Cemetery on February 13th. The Harrison County Youth Reporting Center came out and volunteered several […]
This image, shared with us a few years ago by Mr. Chris Hill, is what we strive towards with the restoration of the grounds of the former IOOF Cemetery. Sometime during the 1940’s from the second story window of a home that once stood at 436 South Chestnut Street this photograph was taken. This is […]