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Franklin Taylor Cemetery
Amma, Roane County, West Virginia

326 Amma Hurricane Road, Amma WV

Lat: 38° 32' 59"N, Lon: 81° 20' 07"W

Contributed by Reggie Watson, Aug 22, 2008, last edited Oct 20, 2008 [reggiewatson@neo.rr.com]. Total records = 12.

Directions from I-79 near Doctor Creek: Go north on Spencer Road (US 119) toward Pleasant Lane 0.8 miles; turn right onto Spencer Road and follow for 2.6 miles. Turn right onto Hurricane Creek Rd. (CR23) for 2.2 miles then turn right onto Osborne Mills Rd./CR23/6 0.5 miles and end at 326 Amma Road. Visible from street.

WPA reading 3/28/1940 refers to this cemetery at the Franklin Taylor Cemetery. Est. 1911 or earlier as family burial ground. Earliest stone dated 1911. Marked graves, 6; unmarked graves, 0. This cemetery is currently fenced in and visible from road.

I walked and transcribed this cemetery using the photos I took in 2007. It is a complete reading of all existing and legible stones and markers at that time.
- Reggie Watson

Jones, Darrel Elmer, b. 1909, d. 1914
Tawney, L. Karl, b. 1905, d. 1982, s/o David Luther & Mary Estel
Taylor, Andrew Franklin, b. 1850, d. 1918, h/o Mary F.
Taylor, Arry Ethel, b. 1909, d. 1909
Taylor, Charles, b. 1888, d. 1950, s/o Andrew & Mary F.
Taylor, Effie Day, b. 1873, d. 1909, d/o Andrew & Mary F.
Taylor, Eugene, b. 1919, d. 1919
Taylor, Mary Francis Osborne, b. 1850, d. 1909, w/o Andrew Franklin
Taylor, Philip Luster, b. 1909, d. 1918, s/o Andrew & Mary F.
Taylor, Theodore, d. 1940
Young, Henry F., b. 1913, d. 1965, WV Tec5 Co A 386 Inf WWII, 2nd h/o Mary Estel
Young, Mary Estel (Taylor), b. 1879, d. 1952, w/o Henry F.
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