|Sue Lynn McDaniel (#47621072)|
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I have always loved cemeteries. As a child, I would take a flower to put in the hand of a statue of a child in our local cemetery.|
I've climbed fences with my grandmother and mother on private property in search of family markers in the 1960s-1970s.
My master's thesis is entitled "Expressions of Grief in South Central Kentucky, 1870-1910" and includes a chapter about the cemeteries of Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Monroe, Simpson and Warren County, Kentucky. Lots of field research on cold winter days in the early 1980s contributed to that one.
I appreciate the efforts of my fellow volunteers!
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|Ralph Yost||RE: Lottie Krupp|
Thank you for contacting me. Would like to leave you my email but do not want to post it publicly.
You can read my email on this page:
(It is posted on that page in a way that the Internet robots cannot pick it up.)
You are welcome. Do you have any information about anyone buried there in the unmarked graves?
Added by Colleen on Feb 11, 2014 8:11 PM
|Marsha Strader||Lewis Cemetery, Warren Co., KY|
The following may help with links at the Lewis Cemetery. The Graham links are straightened out but I will try to connect the children in other cemeteries as time permits.
This information is provided from family records and census information.
The relationships here are open to possible change as new information becomes available.
If you have additional information, comments or questions please e-mail me at email@example.com
BRATTON, Nancy G.
dau of George & Jane Bratton & sister of Jane Bratton Lewis
Although the stone of his wife Elizabeth is no longer readable, it was read included in earlier surveys.
Early Kentucky pioneer. No known relationship to the other families, but a neighbor
Jane wife of Aaron Lewis, dau of George & Jane Bratton
Armon Ann daughter of Aaron & Jane Lewis
G. B. son of Aaron & Jane Lewis
Jeremiah B. son of Aaron & Jane Lewis
Rebecca daughter of Aaron & Jane Lewis
William H. son of Aaron & Jane Lewis
Born in N.C. Moved to Chester Co., SC, and then to KY in early 1800's, neighbors of the Lewis family
Easter wife of Garrett (on legal documents her name was sometimes spelled Esther but it was pronounced Easter.
Esther daughter of Garrett & Easter, twin of Ann
Ann daughter of Garrett & Easter, twin of little Esther
Robert H. neighbor of the Lewis family
Tobethie T. wife of Robert
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Toba T. Shanks
C. L. son of Garrett & Margarett Stewart
Minnie C. wife of Charles L. Stewart
Garrett Graham son-in-law of Aaron & Jane Lewis (Garrett Graham Stewart was the son of James Charles and Jane Graham Stewart)
Margaret daughter of Aaron & Jane Lewis
TAYLOR, Nancy M. daughter of Aaron & Jane Lewis
|Linda||Sam Duncan (Goodrum) Cemetery, Warren County KY|
I also decend from the family of the Sam Duncan (Goodrum) Cemetery in Warren County. I was there in 2005 and posted pictures on here. I believe it was my 5 G Grandfather that built the Cabin there. I have 2 or 3 generations of grandparents buried there.
Added by Linda on Jun 10, 2013 11:28 AM
|Chris Seivers||Whitlow Bible / Memorial# 52040373|
Can anyone help me on this Whitlow Bible thing? Is there copies of this? Does this obtain to the Pleasant Whitlow in the 1850 Barren KY.Census?
That Pleasant Whitlow is my 5th Great Grandfather.
"So excited to find the Bible that belonged to your son Pleasant Whitlow's Warren County, Ky., family at the Special Collections Library, Ky Bldg, WKU. You are not forgotten by your 4th great grandchildren.
- Sue Lynn McDaniel
Added: Dec. 8, 2012"
Sue: You are welcome but i do not know which photograph you are thanking me for? Let me know... Thanks
Thanks for photo
I was working from Whitlow Bible records. The tombstone in particular is very useful. Thanks for making the photo.
Added by .A on Feb 18, 2013 6:38 PM
|Freeda Lindsey Crumpton Brewer||Ivesy Loury|
I noticed the picture of his tomb stone you have is standing, The one I posted was laying on the ground. I wonder who had sat it up. You state it is still standing! Just wondering, do you have any idea? Also have you received my email to explain why I have not been in touch?
|Elaine Ezell||RE: Ezell family|
My husband is an Ezell and most of his family have lived in Logan & Warren Counties for several generations. I am not familiar with Tabitha and I have helped him research some of his family. Could you give me some more information on how she connects to the Ezells in this area.
|Beth Bond||Tabitha Ezell Shanks|
Tabitha's only sister, Ann J. Ezell who married Samuel H. Cook is my 3rd great-grandmother. I love genealogy and have done a lot of research. I was looking for more on Tabitha and found your tombstone photo on her memorial here.
|Charlotte McConaha||RE: Danville Gardens THANK YOU|
That is great, I have a lot of Photos I am adding as well.
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