Contributed by Zelma Fisher, Jul 14, 2005, last edited Oct 17,
Total records = 6.
Turn onto the Replete Rd. from Rt. 20 in Hacker Valley. Go approx.
10 miles just past old Replete Post Office and turn left onto Browns
Mt. Rd. It is approx. 1 mile to farm. The cemetary is on the farm,
atop the highest hill in field.
I am not sure of the name of this cemetary. It is located on
the old O.L. Hubbard farm, which is now owned by John Cox of Charleston,
WV. One could also contact Kenneth Brown, at 304-493-6440.
Judging from the burials below this cemetery began in about 1825
and stopped being used in 1928.
This cemetery has not been used for years. Most of the headstones
are rock with the information carved in the stone.
I have transcribed from my visit to this burial site in July
of 2005. It includes all existing and legible headstones.
- Zelma Fisher
McCray, Mary J., b. 20 Dec 1849, d. 11 May 1928, (rest
mother rest in quiet sleep while friend sorrow over thee weep)
McCray, Nathan C., b. 6 Sep 1825, d. 12 Dec 1825
McCray, Robert L., b. 27 Mar 1844, d. 16 Jun 1927, (his
toils are passed his work is done he fought the fight-the victory
Mollohan, Charles E., b. 22 Nov 1854, d. 6 Nov 1858, (weep
not father and mother for now I'm waiting in glory for the)
Roby, Malinda, b. 4 Mar 1825, d. 22 Feb 1907, late widow
of W. H. Mollohan and Daughter of Adam Lough. (going home)
Roby, V. M., b 1833, d. 1910 (his god and his Bible is
all he desened an holliness of heart he continily enspired)