Nicholas County WV Cemeteries

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Locating West Virginia Cemetery Records

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Name USGS Topo Map
Acree Cemetery Swandale
Armstrong Cemetery Tioga
Bethel Cemetery Gilboa
Buckhorn Cemetery Mount Nebo
Butcher Cemetery Widen
Catholic Church Cemetery Summersville
Dixon Chapel Cemetery Mount Nebo
Dotson-Simpson Cemetery Summersville Dam
Downtain Chapel Cemetery Nettie
Duling Cemetery Gilboa
Fairview Cemetery Nettie
Fields Cemetery Nettie
Fowlers Knob Cemetery Mount Nebo
Gilgal Cemetery Mount Nebo
Groves Cemetery Summersville
Hickory Grove Cemetery Mount Nebo
Hill Cemetery Gauley Bridge
Hill Cemetery Widen
Hinkle Mountain Cemetery Richwood
Keenan Cemetery Gilboa
Lambert Cemetery Craigsville
Little Union Cemetery Craigsville
McCutchin Cemetery Gilboa
Mount Gilead Cemetery Mount Nebo
Mount Lookout Cemetery Summersville Dam
Mount Union Cemetery Summersville
Mountain Cemetery Quinwood
Mountain Trail Memorial Cemetery Camden On Gauley
Mountain View Memorial Park Richwood
Mullens Cemetery Craigsville
Neil Cemetery Lockwood
New Hope Cemetery Richwood
Olive Branch Cemetery Nettie
Penile Cemetery Nettie
Pleasant Hill Cemetery Mount Nebo
Powers Cemetery Camden On Gauley
Richwood Cemetery Richwood
Russell Cemetery Craigsville
Russell Cemetery Camden On Gauley
Simms Cemetery Gauley Bridge
Spruce Grove Cemetery Mount Nebo
Spruce Run Cemetery Widen
Sugar Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery Corliss
Taylor Cemetery Camden On Gauley
Tinnel/Mollohan Family Cemetery Herold
Walker Cemetery Herold
Walnut Grove Cemetery Herold
Ward Road Cemetery Craigsville
Wilson Cemetery Swandale
Zoar Cemetery Summersville Dam
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