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Old Johntown Cemetery
Johnstown, Harrison County, West Virginia

Lat: 39°07'08"N, Lon: 80°16'38"W

Taking Route 20 out of Clarksburg, go thru the town of Romines Mill and take the Johnstown Road to the right, which is before Peeltree. When you come over the hill and down into the town take the left turn and go around the bend until you see a church up on the hill to your left, take the driveway leading up to the church. The old cemetery is to the right of the church and the newer cemetery is to the back of the church and over a foot bridge.

There's a church at the entrance to the old cemetery and to the back of the church is a newer cemetery. The church was built in 1884 by a F. A. Lane of Clarksburg, WV. On the front of the church is written: GOD Reigneth Johntown M. P. Church.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 11.

Contributor's Index:

Greathouse, Rua, b. 1867, d. 1923, [BM]
Queen, Catharine, d. Mar 23, 1879, 71yr 9mo 16da, w/o William B. Queen, [BM]
Queen, Clark W., b. 1927, d. 1963, s/w Elsie, [BM]
Queen, Elizabeth, d. Sep 13, 1901, 76yr and 7mo, w/o Levi C. Queen, [BM]
Queen, Elsie Mary Ann, b. 1932, d. 1963, w/o Clark W, [BM]
Queen, Levi C., d. Jan 4, 1898, 76yr old, [BM]
Queen, Martha E., d. March 3, 1875, w/o J. R. Talbott, [BM]
Queen, N. P., b. 1848, d. 1811, s/w S.J., [BM]
Queen, Nancy F., b. Dec 15, 1834, d. Dec 24, 1892, [BM]
Queen, S. J., b. 1850, d. 1925, s/w N.P., [BM]
Queen, William B, d. Apr 28, 1896, 92yr 4mo old, [BM]
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