Historic Hampshire County, WV
West Virginia's Oldest County
 

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Taylor Family Cemetery, Junction, WV.


Located west of Romney just south of the small town of Junction on Trinity Rd (220/11). Located about 3 miles on the right hand side of the road up on the hill on the McDonald farm.

  • Eunis W. Taylor: "Hampshire Co. Virginia" "A Confederate Soldier".
  • Grace Taylor: died Oct 1822; wife of Thomas Taylor; "Aged About 32 Years".
  • John Taylor: died Apr 5, 1906.
  • John W. Taylor: born 1846; died 1915; "At Rest" "UCV".
  • Joseph Taylor: born Jan 4, 1813; died Jan 15, 1893.
  • Mary F. Taylor: died Feb 28, 1882; "Aged 52 years".
  • Sarah A. Taylor: born Jan 13, 1819; died Jul 30, 1901; "She has done what she could" "Wife of Joseph Taylor".
  • Sindona J. Taylor: died Aug 1, 1869; "Wife of John Taylor" "Aged 44 years" "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of this saint".
  • Thomas Taylor: died Sep 14, 1851; "Aged About 92 years".
  • several unmarked graves.

  • Some of the information on this small cemetery was supplied by Nancy Stickley Bushby of Laurel, MD.

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