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Anderson Family Cemetery
Hacker Valley, Webster County, West Virginia

Lat: 38° 41' 39"N, Lon: 80° 24' 51"W

Contributed by Zelma Fisher, Sep 05, 2001, last edited Sep 23, 2004 [zelfish65@yahoo.com]. Total records = 14.

The cemetery is located approx. 5 miles down the Replete Rd. (Rt. 3) off of Rt. 20 at Hacker Valley, WVa.

This cemetery is for the family of George Anderson, and some call it the George Anderson Family Cemetery. The first burial was in 1898. The land it is still owned and maintained by the Anderson family. I found the cemetery kept up very well, and the road is accessible by car.

I obtained this information by copying the inscriptions on the monuments, in the month of Aug. 2001. There are at least 2 graves marked only by a field stone

- Zelma Fisher

Anderson, Baby, b. 4 Sep 1926, d. 4 Sep 1926, (gone to be an angel), son of Mr. & Mrs. W. G. Anderson
Anderson, Bertha L., b. 8 Jan 1898, d. 8 Oct 1898 (gone so soon)
Anderson, Bueford, b. 1939, d. 1939, s/w Baby
Anderson, George L., b. 1828, d. 1913, s/w Sarah
Anderson, Harvey B., b. 1901, d. 1994 s/w Sylvia V.
Anderson, Lewis M., b. 1865, d. 1948
Anderson, Nora L, b. 1 Jan 1902, d. 19 Jan 2003, s/w Willy Guy Anderson
Anderson, Sarah, b. 1828, d. 1905
Anderson, Sylvia V., b. 1923, d. 1965
Anderson, Virginia M., b. 1873, d. 1968
Anderson, Willie Guy, b. 15 Oct 1899 s/w Nora L.
Cutright, A. H., b. 1856, d. 1899 (Father)
Cutright, A. J., b. 1854, d. 1910 (Mother)
Helmick, Flossie M., b. 12 Dec 1909, d. 30 Mar 1920 (Darling we miss thee)

2 graves marked only by a field stone

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