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George Parker Cemetery
Osborne Mills, Roane County, West Virginia

830 Hurricane Road, Osborne Mills WV

Lat: 38° 33' 26"N, Lon: 81° 19' 52"W

Contributed by Reggie Watson, Aug 27, 2008, last edited Sep 25, 2008 [reggiewatson@neo.rr.com]. Total records = 13.

To reach this cemetery from Osborne Mills WV drive north on CR 19/14 for a short distance, turn left onto CR 29 and continue west then north for about 1.5 miles. Turn left or west onto CR 23 going past the Lower Hurricane School area, for about .72 miles. The cemetery will be on the south or left side of the road.

This cemetery was established in 1937 as a family burial ground. I found only one stone with the date of 1937. On maps it is listed as the Parker Cemetery. I compared my reading with a WPS reading for Oct 03, 1940.

I walked and read this cemetery in Sep of 2006 and Aug of 2008, this includes all existing and legible headstone and marker readings at that time.

- Reggie Watson

Parker, Albert D., b. 15 Jan 1918, d. 20 May 1992, h/o Mildred M.
Parker, Claude E., b. 13 Apr 1920, d. 5 Mar 1949, WV SSgt 22 AAF Trp Carr SO WWII
Parker, Emma Jean, b. 1892, d. 1962
Parker, George N., b. 1869, d. 1951
Parker, Gregory Wynn, b. 1956, d. 1985
Parker, Julia Ann, b. 25 Nov 1881, d. 13 May 1967
Parker, Max Mellon, b. 21 Nov 1921, d. 15 Jul 2000, age: 78yr
Parker, Mildred M., b. 29 Mar 1922, d. no date, w/o Albert
Parker, Ora Evelyn, b. 1931, d. 1998
Parker, William Bryan, b. 1911, d. 1991
Parker, Wilson Edward, b. 28 Aug 1914, d. 9 Jun 1937, killed by lightning
Shamblin, Ruby J., b. 10 Aug 1927, d. 13 Apr 1988
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