West Virginia USA
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Cemetery is on private property in a cow pasture. All stones have been toppled over, many are broken, almost all are at least partially buried.
No fence encloses the immediate area around the burials to keep the cattle out.
Local historian Ira S. Hull took down the inscriptions of the remaining stones that he could find in 1935. These were published in "The History of the Frankford United Methodist Church" which was prepared for the sesqui-centennial celebration of the church on 1 Aug 1941 and revised and extended for the bi-centennial celebration on 29 Jul 1984. It is now out of print.