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Byrd Cemetery
Kites Run, Wood County, West Virginia

Lat: 39° 10' 45"N, Lon: 81° 25' 39"W

Contributed by Teresa Fordyce, May 23, 2003, last edited Jul 16, 2007 [s82c43@verizon.net]. Total records = 19.

Take Rt. 47 East out of Parkersburg for about 9 � miles to Kites Run Road. Turn left onto Kites Run and travel for 0.7 of a mile. The entrance to the cemetery will be on your left.

This is a family cemetery on property owned by the Byrd family. It is well maintained and still active.

I walked and transcribed this cemetery on May 23, 2003.
- Teresa Fordyce

Bee, Amelia Byrd, b. 1863, d. 1941
Bee, Joel, no dates, Batty. A. 1st L.A.
Byrd, Albert, b. 1881, d. 1961
Byrd, Billy Jo Jr., d. 1975
Byrd, Edith, b. 1900, d. 1965
Byrd, Edwin LeRoy, b. Aug 5, 1921, d. Apr 11, 1967
Byrd, Emil M., b. Apr 8, 1896, d. Jan 29, 1954, WV PVT Med. Det. 155 Depot Brig WWI
Byrd, Emma, b. 19??, d. 19??, (Metal Funeral Home Marker)
Byrd, Martha B., b. 1896, d. 1940
Byrd, Minor T., b. 1860, d. 1898
Byrd, Roy, b. 1923, d. 1948
Byrd, Theodore "Ted", b. Nov 12, 1923, d. May 15, 1999
Clegg, Ester F. Byrd, b. Jan 25, 1923, d. Oct 11, 1989
Clegg, Mildred Metcalf Byrd, b. Sep 5, 1902, d. Apr 19, 1993
Day, John H., b. Aug 15, 1918, d. Mar 5, 1988, TEC 5 US Army WWII
Greathouse, Marie Day, b. 1913, d. 1952
Metcalf, W.S., b. 1871, d. 1942
Wieneke, Charles, no dates, Sergt. Co. H. 6th W.Va. Inf. Civil War
Wieneke, Eliza, b. 1824, d. 1909

1 unmarked grave
1 Metal Funeral Home Marker with no information

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