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Lee Creek Catholic Cemetery
Wood County, West Virginia

Contributed by Teresa Fordyce, Mar 22, 2003, last edited Jul 17, 2007 [s82c43@verizon.net]. Total records = 17.

From Parkersburg, take Rt. 68 through Lubeck. Turn left onto Wadesville Road by the Ohio Valley Speedway. The cemetery is about 2 miles out Wadesville Road. It is right next to the road on the left side. There is a sign at the entrance.

The sign at the entrance to the cemetery says that it was founded in April 1847. The last burial in this cemetery was in 1910.

The cemetery is located in an open field that didn't appear to have been mowed in some time. The stones are in good condition considering there age. I do not know who owns the property.

I did this transcription as I walked through the cemetery on May 24, 2002.
- Teresa Fordyce

Barrett, Maggie, d. Jun 26, 1889, aged 55y, w/o P.J. Barrett
Barrett, P.J., d. May 10, 1899, aged 71y
Burd, Maggie, b. Aug 20, 1864, d. Aug 09, 1894, d/o P.J. and Maggie Barrett
Burd, Regena M., b. Mar 31, 1892, d. Oct 30, 1900
Burkhart, Elizabeth, d. Feb 09, 1891, aged 73 years
Caveny, Michael, b. Jun 18, 1813, d. Nov 01, 1890
Connery, Alice, d. Aug 23, 1903, aged 79y, w/o Michael Connery
Connery, Michael, d. Apr 18, 1871, aged 55y
Hile, Mary Kress, b. May 19, 1842, d. Jan 09, 1884, w/o John Hile
Hile, Roman, no dates, aged 11y, s/o John and Mary Hile
McDonough, Margaret, b. Apr 19, 1835, d. Jan 14, 1903
McDonough, Thomas, b. Apr 04, 1834, d. Aug 14, 1910
Moore, Lucinda, b. Nov 30, 1840, d. Mar 26, 1905, w/o James Moore
Robinson, Rose K., b. 1810 Co Artrim Ireland, d, 1888
Robinson, William, b. 1807 Co Artrim Ireland, d. 1887
White, E. T., d. 1865
White, Michael, b. Feb 02, 1828 Ireland, d. Apr 04, 1904
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