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TAVENNER CEMETERY Camden Ave between Hugh and Hamilton Sts, Parkersburg This cemetery is located on land granted to Colonel Hugh Phelps (died 1824) who came to Parkersburg in the 1780s with his father-in-law, Captain James Neal, and later served as the county's second sheriff.

In 1823, Phelps sold the property to his son-in-law, Thomas Tavenner.

There doubtless were gravesites predating even this year, however, as the lettering on the oldest stones is worn away.While the Dils family started this as a private burying ground, it gradually became a public cemetery.When the Northwest Turnpike (US 50) was built in 1837, the grounds were enlarged to meet its boundaries.Among its internments are veterans of eight wars including the French and Indian War (1756-1783), the Civil War (1861-1865) and the Spanish-American War (1898).Other notables buried here include President Andrew Jackson's great grandfather and a relative of President Zachary Taylor.

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