Red Warrior Cemetery
Red Warrior, Kanawha


Cemetery: Red Warrior Cemetary, Cabin Creek Road, West Virginia
Other:
Sign: No
Street: Cabin Creek Road
City: Red Warrior
Township:
County: Kanawha
State: West Virginia
Nation: United States
Zip:
lat_ns: N
lat_h:
lat_mmss:
long_ew: W
long_h:
long_mmss:
Status: Active
Size: Large
Directions:
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural
Terrain: Hillside
Watersource: No
Features: Trees
Property: Public
Access: Open
Enclosure: Natural
Gate: None
Established: 1800's
Gravestones: 500
Oldest:
Newest:
Removed: Yes
Relocated: No
Repairs: No
Methods: Adhesives
Restoration: No
Association: No
Records: Yes
Inventory: No
Availability:
Landscaping: Yes
Paths: Yes
Trees: Yes4
Crypts: Yes
Fencing: Yes
Brickwork: Yes
Ironwork: Yes
Sculpture: Yes
Fountains: Yes
Roads: Yes
Buildings: Yes
Cement: Yes
Granite: Yes
Marble: Yes
Native: Yes
Slate: Yes
Others: Yes
Wood: Yes
Materials: Yes
Architectural: Yes
Angels: Yes
Draperies: Yes
Fraternal: Yes
Hands: Yes
Lambs: Yes
Monograms: Yes
Plants: Yes
Photos: Yes
Religious: Yes
Scrollwork: Yes
Urns: Yes
Carvings: Yes
Condition: Cemetery neglected
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Unsure
Weather: Yes
Pollution: No
Vandalized: No
Report: No
VA1: Gravestones-Overturned
VA2: Gravestones-Broken
VA3:
VA4:
VA5: Graves-Desecrated
Overgrowth:
Overgrowth1:
Overgrowth2: Graves-Disturbing
Overgrowth3: Gravestones-Disturbing
Overgrowth4: Gravestones-Damaging
GroundCover: Yes
Moss:
Vines: Yes
Drainage: Problem-Seasonal
Problem1:
Problem2:
Owner: Cemetery
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Residential
Change: Same
Reason: Roads
Visited: Unknown
Archeology: Unknown
Habitat: Unknown
Contacted: I have only talked with local residents as I am unsure of whom to contact.

Surnames:

Adkins, Bishop, (do not have list before me to list but many surnames.

Other_Information:

This a good size cemetary. I have visited this cemetary frequently when my Mother was living and have helped clean my relatives graves but it is impossible to even get to the graves now because the vegetation has totally taken over. Local residents say that before they could see the tombstones from their houses but not anymore. I was astonished when I visited there recently that the state & people could allow this to happen. I am unsure as to who to contact on this matter but something needs to be done. There are obviously civil war heroes buried there as I seen tombstones with civil war guns embedded in the tombstones.I was told that the local mines owned the land for the cemetary and alloted plots for workers & families who died. Not sure if this is a true fact but I have family buried there and my Father retired from the mines.

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Name: Karen Bergeron
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Date: July 28, 2004