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Cemeteries of Doddridge County, West Virginia

Center Point Christian Cemetery
Fairview Cemetery
Freeman Cemetery
Long Run Cemetery
Masonic Memorial Park
Mount Olive Cemetery
Underwood Cemetery

Doddridge County West Virginia

'Located in the County Seat of Doddridge County, the Town of West Union, is the Wall of Honor, dedicated to all of those who have served in the US Armed Forces. This was a massive undertaking for the County - and it is ongoing for the upkeep of this wonderful memorial. Many of our Doddridge men signed up for the service - or for re-enlistment - while in other counties. These names were then not listed on the Doddridge records or available to those who worked on the original compilation'.

Names on the Wall of Honor in Doddridge County ~ Many thanks to Pauline Hall for her painstaking hand copying of these names from the Wall and to Etta Stadler and Jim Michels for typing them.

Vietnam

Cumpston, Charles F.
Cumpston, Donavon C.
Cumpston, James E.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wvdoddri/veterans/korea.htm

WW1

Cumpston, John A.

WW2

CUMPSTON, WARREN

James M. "Jim" Cumpston, 64, of Vienna, W.Va., departed this life on Tuesday, May 19, 2009, at his residence.

James was born July 15, 1944, at Coldwater Community near New Milton in Doddridge County, W.Va., a son of the late James "Rex" and Virginia Nicholson Cumpston.

He was retired after 21 years of service with the former Diamond Glass of Vienna. He was a graduate of Doddridge County High School with the class of 1962 and attended Glenville State College. He served as the former secretary/treasurer of the Glassworker's Union Local and a member of the Avon United Methodist Church near New Milton, W.Va.

He is survived by his brothers, Edward L. Cumpston (Connie), New Milton, John David Cumpston (Deborah), Parkersburg; sister, Trannis Smith (Ronald) Williamstown, W.Va.; granddaughters, Liz and Lauren Sexton; nephews, Brad Cumpston (Marcie), Aaron, Jared, Adam and John Cumpston; niece, Alisha Sexton (Allen), and caregivers, Bill and Jean Laughery.

Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday from the McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro, with Pastor Robert May and Pastor Lloyd Winans officiating.

Interment will follow in the Mt. Olive Cemetery near Salem, W.Va. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. today, and after 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Online condolences may be expressed to the Cumpston family at www.mcculloughrogersfuneralhome.com
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Doddridge County has a rich and colourful history. While the area was first settled about 1800, Doddridge County was created by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on February 4, 1845 , with territory contributions from Harrison, Tyler, Ritchie and Lewis counties.

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