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Teagarden Cemetery
Richhill Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 39° 55' 33"N, Lon: 80° 21' 39"W

Contributed by Brad Jarvis, Nov 30, 2008, last edited Apr 08, 2009 [forza@windstream.net]. Total records = 21.

From Waynesburg follow Route 21 West approximately 6.5 miles through the town of Rogersville and to a blinking yellow light. Bear to the right and stay on Route 21 West for another 7.9 miles to the town of Graysville. Make a right onto Ackley Creek Road and follow for 4.5 miles. Make a right onto Enon Church Road. Almost immediately after turning onto this road, there will be a spot to pull off the road on the right. You will see a trail going up a steep bank into the woods that looks to have been used by ATVs at one time. Follow this trail for approximately 30 yards. The cemetery will be to the right of the path. Look for a distinct clearing in the trees above.

Today the cemetery is in very poor condition and is quite overgrown. Some stones have fallen. I found five unidentifiable markers. This cemetery was cleared off as recently as 1976, in honor of America's Bicentennial, by local resident and Marine World War II veteran Carl Amos along with his sons and other local veterans. Two modern issue stones for two veterans buried here were dedicated on Memorial Day in 1978.

I walked the cemetery on Nov 28, 2008. This transcription is complete and includes all existing stones. I also have digital photographs of all the stones as well as many views of the cemetery itself and would share them with anyone interested.

- Brad Jarvis


b. = born
d. = died
d/o = daughter of
( ) = author's comments
s/o = son of
s/w = shares stone with
w/o = wife of

Corwell, Uriah, Civil War Veteran, (No other information given), (Most likely Uriah L. Cornwell, Pvt. Co. N 6th WVA Infantry), GAR Flag Marker
Cummins, David Leroy, d. 18 May 1862, Aged 6y 1d 19d, s/o Aaron & Mary
Cummins, John, b. 6 Jun 1795, d. 2 Oct 1856, s/w Nancy
Cummins, Lydia Ann, 20 Dec 1852, Aged 4y 10m 23d, d/o A. & M.
Cummins, Mary Ann, d. 3 Aug 1833, Aged 2y 11m 5d, d/o J. & N.
Cummins, Nancy, b. 18 Dec 1796, d. 21 Dec 1880
Donnelly, Rebecca, d. 9 Mar 1888, Aged 65y, w/o Thomas C.
Donnelly, Thomas C., d. 12 Jun 1863, Aged 42y
Durbin, Amey, d. 15 Jun 1878, Aged 72y 1m 23d
Hughes, Barney, d. 10 Aug 1915, Co. B 1st WVA Cavalry, (actually Co. D 1st WVA Infantry), GAR Flag Marker
Teagarden, Abraham C., s/o G.W. & E., Co. K 16th PA Cavalry, Fell in the Battle of Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co., Virginia by the side of his comrades H.P. Day and S.D. Waddle who (illegible) the enemy with (illegible) July 16 1863, GAR Flag Marker, (Date of death was 20 Jul 1863), (The Battle of Shepherdstown took place September 19-20, 1862), (Shepherdstown is now part of West Viginia)
Teagarden, Abraham, b. 19 Feb 1775, d. 30 Aug 1853, Pvt. 2nd PA Brigade, War of 1812, Veteran Flag Marker
Teagarden, Elizabeth, d. 29 Jul 1886, In the 78th year of her age, w/o G.W.
Teagarden, George E., Aged 1y 10 m 7d, s/o G.W. & E., (Stone is broken in two near date of death)
Teagarden, James H., d. 27 Oct 1854, Aged 1y 5m 27d, s/o G.W. & E.
Teagarden, Martha J., d. 1 Jan 1848, Aged 1y 5d, d/o G.W. & E.
Teagarden, Mary A., d. 10 Oct 1854, Aged 14y 2m 10d, d/o G.W. & E.
Teagarden, Nancy, b. 7 Maar 1781, d. 30 Apr 1855, s/w Abraham
Teagarden, Thomas Lazier, d. 27 Mar 185?, Aged ?, s/o L. & S.A.
Teagarden, W. B., b. 13 Nov 1810, d. 7 Jun 1892
Teagarden, William, b. 1746, d. 1813, Pvt. PA Militia, Revolutionary War, Revolutionary War Flag Marker

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