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Johnson Family Cemetery
Alkol, Lincoln County, West Virginia

Lat: 38° 10' 51"N, Lon: 81° 56' 49"W

Submitted by Lisa L. Luther, Feb 21, 2005 [charleywest@hotmail.com] Total records = 14.

Directions: From the Alkol Post Office take Bulger Road west to the paved road that veers upward and to the right. Take the road on the right and follow until it makes a sharp right turn. Just before the sharp right, the road will look like it turns to dirt and goes straight ahead up a small incline. Follow the dirt road up the incline. Johnson Cemetery is at the top of this small incline.

Transcriber's Note: The inscriptions listed here are abbreviated versions of the actual text on the headstones. All military markers will be noted with �beside the name.

I walked and read this cemetery in August of 2004.

- Lisa L. Luther
Fowler, Lou Ellen Johnston Pauley, b. 1891, d. 1966
Johnson, Betty A., b. 09/03/1936, d. 10/14/1938
Johnson, Glen G., b. 1904, d. 1968
Johnson, Olive G., b. 02/27/1916, d. no date
Johnson, Thomas F., b. 12/02/1914 10/12/1986
Johnson, Virginia Ruth, b. 10/21/1935, d. 11/05/1935
Johnston, �Buddy, b. 04/16/1940, d. 08/12/1990 *
Johnston, Edith B., b. 01/30/1925, d. 02/02/1925
Johnston, Loretta V., b. 08/31/1944, d. 06/22/1996
Johnston, Ruth I., b. 01/23/1918, d. 03/24/1919 *
Johnston, Thomas H., b. 1866, d. 1927
Justice, Crae Allen, b. 11/1992, d. 08/10/2004
Justice, Deborah Lee, b. 1964, d. 1964
Pauley, Elizabeth Ann, b. 07/09/1977, d. 07/16/1977

Johnson Family Cemetery Notes:

One Unknown Grave
Johnston, Buddy, Thomas B. Johnston, Jr. A2C US Air Force Vietnam
Johnston, Ruth I., This is the oldest legible headstone in the Johnson Family Cemetery
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