|Perry Brantley (#47426789)|
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|Sue Lynn McDaniel||Friends of Warren County Cemeteries|
If you are on Facebook, please join the page Friends of Warren County Cemeteries. https://www.facebook.com/slsmcd#!/groups/476648762498095/
Encourage all your friends to do so as well.
We need stronger laws in Kentucky to protect our cemeteries and I see this page as a way to communicate to interested parties, seek out volunteers for clean-up projects., etc.
Thanks for considering it.
Sue Lynn (Stone) McDaniel
|Carol Kaye||RE: Stehen W. and Teresa Dewees|
You are most welcome. It was a group effort from the Cemetery Committee.
You are welcome. I got Clarence, also, but forgot to load him. Will do that later.
Added by Rob M on Jun 21, 2015 8:32 AM
|Hank Cox||RE: Catherine Morgan Hill Forsyth|
You're welcome, and thank you for the complement on the photo.
BTW, if you haven't done so yet, look at the caption on the "family" marker. It contains a list of the other names around that marker; it might help provide some context.
Added by Hank Cox on Jun 07, 2015 7:50 PM
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: Rebecca Barnhill Jenkins|
You are very welcome. Ben
|Mark McCrady||RE: Sgt. W.J. Rose|
You are welcome, Perry. I went on Memorial Day, and the cemetery had placed American Flags next to all the Civil War soldiers. It added the perfect touch to his photo.
Take Care, '
|Chris Moss||RE: William H. Price|
You are very welcome. Visited this Cemetery many years ago and photographed the entire place. I recently pinned it on Google maps and it is pending approval. You can find it on Google Maps Sat view. Address would be 798 Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Rd, Edmonton, KY. It sits about 100 yards off the road at a notched out clearance at the edge of the field. Many large cedars growing in Cemetery and at least 1 headstone is visible from the satellite view. Many old fieldstones and sticks marking old unmarked graves. Photographed them all back in Spring of 2007. Haven't been there since. Interesting old place. Reportedly close to the original Old Pleasant Hill Meeting House before the Church was moved to its nearby present location. Story has it, the Church split over the issue of Slavery.
|Marsha Toles-Smither||RE: Joel H. Price|
You are very welcome. I was kind of upset to see this marker knocked over. But there are several family members in the same area. God bless
|Marsha Toles-Smither||RE: John F. Wintersmith|
It was my pleasure.
|Eric & Tami Lowery||RE: Levi England|
You are welcome! I will add more pics of Red Lick Cemetery soon.
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