West Virginia USA
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WILLEY CEMETERY, Farmington. U. S. 250.
Established 1847, or earlier, as a private burial ground; extent, 1/2 acre. No restriction as to type and placing of markers; not fenced; not landscaped; condition poor. Lots unmarked; graves marked with tombstones and rock slabs; no burial records kept; no longer in use as a burial ground. Earliest stone dated 1824. Thomas Conway, a Revolutionary War soldier, is buried here, to whom a marker was erected by Morgan Chapter, Daughters of Revolution. Marked graves, 19; unmarked graves not indicated.
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