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Location: From I-70 in St. Clairsville take Hwy 9 south to 149, turn east (left). Cemetery is on the left side of road.
Most recent update made 22 May, 2004.
Warnock Cemetery Veterans Monument This stone to honor all veterans is located in front of the Mt. Olives section.|
northern overview, additional northern view of cemetery.
|Johnson, David, 1843 - 1919; Isabelle, his wife, 1847 - 1920 Located in the Living Word section|
John A., 1825 - 1897; Elizabeth R., his wife, 1830 - 1924; Mary L., 1857 - 1902; James M., 1857 - 1916 John, husband of Elizabeth R. (Hahn) Noling. Mary &
James were children of John A. & Elizabeth R. (Hahn) Noling. Section: Mount of Olives , plot 66, behind Veterans Monument.|
Union Soldier, metal marker near the Noling headstone.
|Noling, J.A. This is an image of John's original stone. Located behind and to the left side of the large Noling stone.|
|"N", Noling Plot marker|
|Nimo, Located in block C.|
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