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The High Point Cemetery, also called the old Carter Cemetery and the Peter Mullins Cemetery, is located near the mouth of Hoover Fork of Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia. I re-visited this cemetery today (13 February 2016).

Row 1

Cessie Johnson (08 July 1917-27 July 1971)

Rock lying loose on the ground; appears out of place

Julie Mullins (24 January 1889-24 January 1940); d/o Charles W. and Ann (Carter) Mullins

NOTE: A small pile of rocks are piled behind Julie’s headstone

unmarked rock headstone and footstone

Martha J. Browning (04 September 1875-14 January 1951); d/o Charles W. and Ann (Carter) Mullins; m. Miles B. Browning

rock headstone lying loose on the ground directly beside of Martha’s headstone; out of place

Row 2

“RAY” carved on rock headstone

unmarked rock headstone and footstone

unmarked thin rock headstone fell over and footstone

unmarked short rock headstone

(little gap; row continues a bit out of line)

unmarked rock headstone and footstone laying down

unmarked rock headstone and rock footstone (footstone might be headstone for another grave; otherwise, this grave is exceptionally long)

rock headstone lying loose on the ground and footstone

rock headstone lying loose on the ground and footstone

(up the slope)

unmarked rock headstone and footstone (baby grave?)

unmarked rock headstone lying loose on the ground and footstone lying loose on the ground

Row 3

INSIDE A SQUARE STONE FORMATION ARE TWO GRAVES: Barney Carter and his wife

unmarked rock headstone (Barney or his wife)

unmarked rock headstone and footstone (Barney or his wife)

INFORMATION FOR BARNABUS “BARNEY” CARTER: born July 1821, s/o Thomas Carter, died 1900-1910

INFORMATION FOR MAHULDA ANN (MULLINS) CARTER: born 1825; d/o Peter and Jane (Mullins) Mullins; m. Barnabus/Barnett Carter; died before 1900

unmarked headstone lying on the ground and footstone out of place

“J.B.” carved on rock headstone

broken unmarked rock headstone and rock footstone

Row 4

possible grave: unmarked rock headstone lying loose on the ground at tree with footstone lying loose on the ground (small, child?)

“YANK” carved on rock headstone; Stephen “Yank” Mullins, born about 1861, s/o Alexander Pink and Matilda (Osborne) Mullins, died 09 December 1933

“H.M.” carved on rock headstone that has fallen over; rock footstone lying loose on the ground; Harriet (Carter) Mullins, born about 1871; d/o Barney and Mahulda (Mullins) Carter; died before 1910

“B.M.” carved on rock headstone with rock footstone

(little gap)

“A.D.” carved on rock headstone with pointy rock footstone

Row 5

Alexander Mullins (11 August 1886-09 June 1956); s/o Stephen “Yank” and Harriet (Carter) Mullins

Row 6

“M.K., Martha Kinser” carved on headstone

broken headstone among tree limbs with square footstone; illegible writing

Boyd Kinser (18 July 1893-07 February 1927); s/o Michael and Martha (Carter) Kinser

The following persons are buried in unknown graves:

Charles W. Mullins (13 April 1847-5 July 1938); s/o Spencer A. and Lydia E. (Adkins) Mullins

Ann (Carter) Mullins (born c.1855); d/o Barney and Mahulda A. (Mullins) Carter; m. Charles W. Mullins

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