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Cemetery Name:

Samuel Greenberry Haynes

Samuel Greenberry Haynes Cemetery, Kanawha Co., West Virginia

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County: Kanawha
USGS Quad: Romance   Map
Coordinates: 38.5950N  -81.5179W
Maintained by: unknown
Land owner: unknown
Date added to WVCPA register: March 2009
Condition of cemetery**: Poor (March 2009)
Accessibility: The Cemetery is located in a remote location accessed from Allens Branch.  Locating the cemetery is difficult.  It requires walking abandoned gas well and logging roads for approximately 1.5 miles.   From Charleston, travel I-77N to Exit 116, turn right and travel approximately 200' to CR-21. Turn right on CR-21, travel approximately 1/2 mile, turn left onto Poca River Road (CR-33).  Proceed on Poca River Road for 5.1 miles, turn left across bridge onto Cicerone Road.   Cicerone Road maintains the   CR-33 designation.  Travel 4.0 miles to Allens Branch CR 33/8. Turn left on Allens Branch and travel .85 miles to a private driveway.  Park along Allens Branch Road, walk the remaining 1.5 miles.

** Condition of cemetery as observed on the given date -
may not be representative of care at other times of the year
Scale: Excellent - Good - Fair - Poor - Abandoned

 

Last Name: First Name:

Born:

Died:

Inscription:

Photo:

Source:

Haynes

Samuel Greenberry 1858 1932 "Father"
[Husband and wife - shared stone]
"Mother"
Click here to view a photo of the tombstone
Click here to view a photo of the tombstone
Click here to view a photo of the tombstone
Click here to view a photo of the tombstone
Source: WVCPA contributor and family researcher
Haynes Mary Alice 1863 1942

 

Comments: 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.

Comments from our volunteers who contributed this information, Charlotte & Steve Iman:

"Two graves were marked with a shared monument and foot stones. We were unable to clearly identify any other graves, but observed 4 depressions which could possibly be unmarked graves. Cemetery appears to receive occasional attention, possibly every 2-3 years."

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