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|USGS Quad:||Cottageville Map|
|Date added to WVCPA register:||October 2004|
|Condition of cemetery**:||Excellent (January 2012)|
cemetery is located alongside and across the road from the historical Otterbein Church in
Evans, WV. Easily accessible, with ample parking off the road.
may not be representative of care at other times of the year
Scale: Excellent - Good - Fair - Poor - Abandoned
Click below to visit pages for surnames beginning with letters
|Last Name:||First Name:||Born:||Died:||Inscription:||Photo:||Source:|
[CO. G 7TH W.V. INF.]
[Difficult to read]
|Ayres||Bryan||25 December 1896||[Aged 7Mo 3Ds - son of C.R. & R.H. Ayres]|
|Ayers||Earl E||10 August 1903||15 July 1993|| "PVT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II"
|Bachtel||Rev. Jacob||23 October 1866||
October 23, 1866
Aged 54 years 3 months 16 days
"Rev. Jacob Bachtel of Parkersburg Conference, converted and joined the U. B. Church 1832, licensed to preach 1833, received into the Virginia Conference 1834 and continued in the active ministry for a period of nearly 33 years. A profound thinker, wise counselor and good preacher and many have been led to Jesus through his labors. Farewell, We Cherish Thy Memory"
"He was a devoted husband, a kind parent and consistant Christian. His example pure and just: his conversation chaste. In trials he could say truly ‘None of these things move me, neither I count my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy and the minestry which I have received of the Lord Jesus.’ ‘My flesh shall rest in hope.’ "
|Bachtel||Sarah A.||10 April 1815||1 April 1892||
"Relict of the Rev. J. Bachtel"
"In te Domine Speravi"
|Bradley||Nancy A.||[died.... aged 52 years, wife of Charles]|
|Bush||Ida Ellen||6 June 1870||[Aged 6Ys 6Ms 17Ds, Dau. of H. & C. Bush]|
"IN LOVING MEMORY"
"She lies beside her infant brother Pinnell"
|Chapman||Rebecca B.||"Aged 65Ys 1M 1D"|
|Conker||John C.||13 April 1852||"Aged 1Y 2M 25Ds, Son of J. & L. Conker"|
|Conker||Martha M.||27 August 1864||"Aged 2Ys 2Ms 20Ds, Dau. of J. & L. Conker"|
|Conker||Stull||21 April 1852||"Aged 5Ys 2Ms 2Ds, Son of J. & L. Conker"|
|Crall||William||20 March 1829||25 February 1905 (or 1906?)||[CO. F 9TH W.V. INF.]|
|Cunningham||Carol Casdorph||14 December 1943||7 August 2003||"WIFE MOTHER TEACHER"|
|Cunningham||Charles C.||1875||1922|| [Family Headstone]
"MM1 US NAVY"
"WORLD WAR II"
|Cunningham||Elizabeth||25 December 1796||2 December 1881||"We meet to part no more"||
|Cunningham||John||1831||1912||"In Memory of Uncle John"|
"CO. C 9TH W.V. INF."
"Barbara, His Wife"
|Cunningham||Lois Marie||1921||1922|| "DAUGHTER"
[Dau. of Charles C. & Margaret Cunningham]
[Dau. of Wesley & Anna Wink Sayre - 12 January 1879-2 November 1963]
|Cunningham||Mortimore||23 May 1856||"Aged 5Ys 1M 3Ds, son of W. & S. Cunningham"|
|Cunningham||Rudolph H.||17 October 1888||25 December 1904||[Son of Isaiah & Barbara Cunningham]|
|Cunningham||William||26 April 1880||"Aged 79Ys 11Ms 12Ds"|
|Dawson||Patrick M.||18 December 1882||
"Aged 21 years"
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea saith the Spirit that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them. "
|Dennis||J. C.||19 June 1858||8 May 1898|
|Drinkwater||Delos F.||2 June 1867||"Aged 29Ys 8Ms"|
|Griffith||J. W.||9 January 1886||"Aged 67Ys 7Ms 27Ds"|
|Hartley||George W.||13 (18?) October 1864||[Aged 9 (or 19) Ys 4Ms __Ds, son of T. & L. Hartley]|
|Hartley||Rosa E.||12 April 1880||[Aged 1Y 2Ms 7Ds, dau. of C. & S. Hartley]|
|Hobin||Augustus||1 February 1867||[Aged 17Ys 4Ms 3Ds]|
|Hutchinson||Charldean B||4 September 1922||17 April 2001||"FOR KEEPS"||
|Jones||Ona ?||6 September 1876||
"Aged 1Y 1M 22Ds
Dau. of J.P. & C. Jones"
|Kay||Charles M.||9 September 1874||"Aged 21Ys ?? 7Ms 13Ds"|
|Kay||Hollie A.||15 June 1878||15 August 1880||"Son of Charles M. and Susan Kay"||
|Kay||John D.||26 March 1880||
"Aged 79Ys 8Ms 11Ds
Born 15 July 1801 Green Co., PA"
|Kay||Minerva||30 May 1877||"Aged 73Ys 12Ds., wife of John D. Kay"|
|Kay||Susan||5 February 1844||17 February 1878||
"Wife of Charles M. Kay"
"Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, from which none ever wakes to weep"
|Maxwell||Sgt. Robert||"CO. G 7TH W.V. CAVALRY"|
|Mercer||H. H.||[CO. A 9TH W.V. INF.]|
[Mother and Daughter - shared stone]
|Myers||Samuel M||1873||1964||"AT REST"||
|Norris||C.||27 November 1827||23 May 1907||"Rheuamia, His Wife"|
|Norris||Rheuamia||15 November 1830|
|Perkins||George W.||6 March 1883||
"Aged 75Ys 5Ms 25Ds" |
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord"
|Perkins||Harriett D.||28 September 1862||[Aged 13Ys 8Ms 28Ds, dau. of G.W. & Phebe Perkins]|
|Perkins||Phebe||7 November 1881||
[Aged 65Ys 6Ms 18Ds, wife of George W. Perkins]
"Her record is on high"
|Pinnell||[Brother of Lonah Casto]|
|Pinnell||Minerva C.||12 July 1876||
"Wife of M. A. Pinnell"
"Aged 21 ys 2 ms 20 ds"
"And to her was granted that she should be arranged in fine linen, clean and white, for fine linen is the righteousness of Saints[Rev 19:8]"
|Ruble||Clara||23 December 1883||
"Wife of E.F. Ruble
Aged 24Ys 3Ms 22Ds "
|Ruble||Infant||21 December 1883||21 December 1883||[Son of E.F. & C. Ruble]|
|Sayre||Rachel||9 February 1813||4 February 1885||
[Rachel McGuire, born 9 February 1813 - Aged 71Ys 11Ms 25Ds, second wife
of Rev. Joseph Sayre. Joseph married first, Malinda Staats 1814-22 Dec.
1836, dau. of Elijah and Ann (Marvin) Staats]
"Happy soul thy days are ended. All thy mourning days before Go to Jesus. To the sight of Jesus Go."
"And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them."
|Sayre||Rev. Joseph||28 December 1808||6 June 1899||
[Son of Daniel and Sarah Hall Sayre]
"The sighing one's that humbly seeks In sorrowing path's below Shall in eternity rejoice Where endless pleasure flow"
|Sayre||Rev. R. D.||12 April 1877||
"Aged 26Ys 11Ms 11Ds"
"I have fought the good fight. I have finished my course,henseforth, I have gone home to rest."
|Shaver||Jacob C.||1820||1911||"CO. F 9TH W.V. VOL. INF."|
|Shaver||Sarah H. Rucker||1833||1909||"WIFE OF JACOB C. SHAVER"||
|Slaughter||Malinda A.||6 April 1845|
|Slaughter||William R.||9 January 1841||21 July 1910||[CO. F 9TH REG. W.V. INF.]|
|Sparks||Catharine A.||3 July 1845||5 March 1897||"Wife of E.W. Sparks"|
|St. Clair||Hugh||20 February 1891||[Aged 109Ys 11Ms 8Ds]|
|Wheeler||Lucy A.||1843||1869||"Wife of Joe Wheeler"|
"Only son of Liss and Mat Williams"
"Gone but not forgotten."
|Withrow||Henry||1891||1895||[Son of Thommas A & Samatha]||
|Withrow||May||1902||1903||[Daughter of Thommas A & Samatha]||
|Withrow||Thomas A.||6 January 1845||21 February 1923||
"CO. A 13TH W.V. VOL. INF."
|Withrow||Samantha L.||24 January 1861||25 February 1918||"MOTHER"|
|Withrow||Twins||[Children of Thomas A and Smantha (Shaver) Withrow. Names and Dates unknown.]|
|Unmarked or Unidentified Graves (Church side of road only)|
|[Illegible]||6 May 1865|
|5 or 6 pauper graves, per historic account|
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Dates in Red are not inscribed on the tombstone and have either been calculated based on death date or are as a result of research on the individual.
If the person you are looking for is not listed on this page - check the pages for the section of the cemetery located on the opposite side of the road from the church building, by clicking on the appropriate letter link above that corresponds to the first letter of the surname of the person. If there is someone that you know should be listed on any of the pages for this cemetery, please contact WVCPA with the details, including whether or not they are buried on the church side of the cemetery (if known).
Updated: 07 September 2012