In memory of Samuel Jones Boyles; B. & O. Watchman and Civil War Veteran, He did his own service time, and then took the place of a rich man's son. When he got out of that service, the rich man's son was called up for duty, Samuel refused to go to war again, the son had to go, and was killed shortly thereafter
In memory of Colonel Henry Haymond; Veteran, Historian and former Circuit Clerk of Harrison County who departed from this world in his eighty-first year of life
In memory of the Honorable Judge Gideon Draper Camden; he departed from this world in his eighty-sixth year of a long and useful life
Died From Paralysis. The Clarksburg Telegram., February 21, 1902, page 3 George W. Pritchard, a well-known and aged citizen and brother of the late Alpha W. Pritchard, died at his home at Point Comfort last Saturday morning of paralysis at an advanced age. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock and interment was […]
In memory of Capt John R. Steel; One of most widely known men in county passed away after a long and useful life in his eighty-first year
In memory of Pierre DeVeauxelle D'Évecquemont also known as Peter D'Evecmon; He was a Revolutionary War Veteran that served under Lafayette who departed from this world in his forty-fourth year while living in Clarksburg WV
In memory of George Harry Gordon; former three term Mayor of Clarksburg, United States Commissioner in his district and prominent Citizen who departed in his seventy-first year after a long and useful life.
In memory of Thomas D. Lantz; WWII U. S. Army Veteran, electrical engineer and past post commander for VFW Post no. 573
In memory of Sgt. Danton Leon "Bunny" Caussin; he lived a full life to the age of one hundred and five years, during this life he was a soldier, glass worker, friend and family man.
In memory of Major Lee Haymond; an old soldier and prominent citizen of Clarksburg who passed away near his sixtieth year of life.