Projects for Indian Mound National Register
of Historic Places Application and
Historic War Monument Preservation.

As we work on updating this and other pages on our web site.
We regret the disruption, but changing technology and correctness necessitate this temporary omission.
Contact us for information the project to get the Monument
listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Today, Oct. 17, 2017, is a sad day for our history. It is not enough that we are faced with the recent vandalizing of our Confederate Soldiers Monument, now we see the Town of Romney considering the historic site just a piece of commercial land to be used to enrich their coffers. The city has sold two burial slots of his choice in the space just east of the Confederate Soldiers grave sites to Royce Saville for his personal use. This is an egregious conversion of part of a 150 year old historic site to personal use by someone. Now the rest of the burial places in those two family lots should be available for sale to whomever wants one.
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Indian Mound Cemetery Association

IRS listing: 55-0201396 Indian Mound Cemetery Assn Romney WV United States EO
West Virginia registration downloaded from:

Indian Mound Cemetery Association    Book 130 page 202
Chartered: August 25, 1925 Continues perpetually
Principal Office: Romney, W. Va.

Review article requesting money for Indian Mound cemetery

The Agreement of Incorporation lists the purposes as:

  • To buy and own land for cemetery purposes
  • To sell and convey lots or plots of ground for burial purposes
  • To do all other things necessary for the maintenance of a cemetery or burial ground in Hampshire County, West Virginia

G. W. Parsons, T. E. Pownall, B. T. Racey, V. H.[or M] Poling, F. L. Harmison, G. W. Billmyer, J. S. Kuykendall [last page with signatures is dated 21, Aug. 1925 - but 1932 was originally shown but is scratched out, perhaps because the notary's commission expired in 1932.]

Change from Indian Mound Cemetery Company

Sometime between 1926 and 1932 the new corporation took over the assets of the Indian Mound Cemetery Company. Part of that documentation is in Deed Book 91, Page 371.


Romney Municipal Boundary

Click here to go to page discussing municipal jurisdiction over this historic site.

Condition of the Monument

Click here to go to page discussing the physical condition of this historic site.


If you have any documents or photographs concerning the Indian Mound Cemetery or the Confederate Monument which would be of help in our getting this important Hampshire County site on the National Register of Historic Places, please contact us send to or the Hampshire County Historic Landmarks Commission (304-822-7018)!