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Springhill Cemetery
Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia

Lat: 38° 21' 07"N, Lon: 81° 36' 52"W

This is not a complete listing of burials in this cemetery! The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Aug 09, 2007. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Bess, Frances Octavia Bowman, b. 01 Jun 1861, d. 19 Jan 1945, w/o William Jessie, [RD]
Bess, Issac N, b. Dec 1847, d. 14 Jul 1909, h/o Mary A, [RD]
Bess, Mary A, b. Apr 1851, d. 24 Dec 1923, w/o Isaac N, [RD]
Bess, William Jessie, b. 15 Jul 1854, d. 16 Oct 1908, h/o Frances Octavia Bowman, [RD]
Burford, Robert E.,b. 1934, d. 26 Nov 1986, h/o Dorthy, [RD]
Dean, Laura Ann Farrington, b. 29 Jan 1875, d. 27 Aug 1960, w/o Marcus Emmit, [RD]
Dean, Marcus Emmit, b. 02 Mar 1872, d. 06 May 1936, h/o Laura Ann Farrington, [RD]
DeHainaut, Leon George, b. Sep 26, 1901, d. Nov 18, 1942, s/o Firmin J. deHainaut & Jusilina Vinck, h/o Nellie Everbaugh, [RH]
Harper, Asenath Viola, b. 27 Oct 1883 Putnam Co. WV, d. 27 Aug 1947 Kanawha Co. WV, bur. Sec 52-Lot #1, m. #1 John F. Harper, #2 W.E. Harper, d/o William & Callie Carpenter Buzzard, [CF]
Thayer, Addie Harbin, b. 1839, d. 1908, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, Addie Paxton, b. 1869, d. 1904, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, Fannie, d. 17 xxx 1857, w/o Job Thayer Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, Job Edward Thayer, b. 1827, d. 1901, s/o Job Thayer, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, Job, b. 06 Aug 1782, d. 1857, h/o Fannie Thayer, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, John James, b. 1865, d. 1932, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
Thayer, Louise Taylor, b. 1873, d. 1890, Plot #19 Old Circle, [HT]
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