Fleshman Family Cemetery
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Maggie (Mary?) Cromwell Fleshman 1880 - 1965 My Paternal Grandmother
Samuel Austin Fleshman 8/27/1878 - 1956 My Paternal Grandfather
David Tuckwiller Fleshman(b. 1829 - d. 1896) m Sarah S. Daugherty (b. 1837 d. 1925) in Greenbrier Cty, Va, 9/28/1856, moved to Roane Cty, WV in 1872 My Paternal Great-Grandfather
Darrell Gay Fleshman b. 10/15/1905 - d. 4/25/1981 My Father
Christopher Koch Fleshman b. 8/16/1943 - d. 4/19/1958 My Younger Brother
Dennis Fleshman b.6/21/1901 - d.10/27/1904 (scarlet fever?) brother of Gay & Ione
James M. Fleshman 1863 - 1928 brother of Samuel A. Fleshman
Virginia F(?) Fleshman 1870 - 1967
Charles W. Fleshman b.6/2/1858 - d.10/19/1992, brother of Samuel A. Fleshman(?)
Elizabeth J. Chambers, b.1861 d.1944 and husband Oliver M. Chambers, b.1861 d.1934
Jacob Summerfield, d. 4/10/1893, Aged 75 yrs. 11 mo. 24 days
There is also a Mr. Hubert Carpenter b.1903 d.1993 (and wife, Della b.1914 d.1975) who looked after the farm property for my Aunt Ione Fleshman Frame while he was alive.
There may be others buried there that I have overlooked.
The cemetery is located about one mile up McKowns Creek Road from U.S. 119. The road makes a slight left turn past a corn crib in front of the main brick residence which is located on a slight elevation across a small concrete bridge. Continue on McKowns Creek Rd. past the corn crib ~100 yds. or so and make a right angle turn. Proceed about 30 yds. (there is an old red storage barn on the right) and there should be an old gate on the left and a crude road that curves up the hill about 100 yds. to a knoll where the cemetery is located.