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The James Wilson Sias Family Cemetery, which I visited on 23 April 2016, is located in the head of John P. Frye Hollow of Sulphur Spring Fork of Fourteen Mile Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia.

Row 1

J.W. Sias (30 September 1838-07 March 1905); named “James Wilson Sias;” s/o James and Rebecca (Adkins) Sias; Union Army veteran; lived on Mud River of Lincoln County in 1870; settled on Fourteen Mile Creek during the 1870s; postmaster at Fourteen, WV

Louisa Sias (01 April 1845-14 February 1935); d/o Thomas and Elizabeth (McDelda) Hunter; m. James Wilson Sias

(large gap)

rock headstone fallen over and rock footstone (child)

small rock headstone and tiny rock footstone (child)

skinny tall rock headstone (with rock footstone*?)

rock headstone and small rock footstone

Harrison Adkins (29 November 1910-10 June 1978); s/o Tilmon and Octavia (Sias) Adkins

Row 2

rock headstone and rock footstone (child)

rock headstone and rock footstone (child)

rock headstone and rock footstone (child)

small rock headstone and large pointy footstone

rock headstone and rock footstone

large rock headstone and sharp rock footstone

rock headstone and tall pointy rock footstone

rock headstone or footstone for (*)

small rock headstone and tall pointy rock footstone

Nillie Gartin (12 May 1901-30 June 1978); d/o Tilmon and Octavia (Sias) Adkins; m. David L. Cross; m. Frank Watts; m. Henderson “Hint” Lambert; m. Frank Logan; m. Robert Gartin

Row 3

small pointy headstone

large rock headstone

small point rock footstone

small rock headstone?

NOTE: I will continue my research to determine who is buried in this cemetery.

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