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 Cemeteries and Headstones in Kentucky, United States


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Paris Cemetery, Paris, Bourbon Co., Kentucky, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Amos and Lizzie Turney
Amos and Lizzie Turney
This is the location of their stones in front of the monument. 
     
Amos Turney, Jr. (d. 1918)
Amos Turney, Jr. (d. 1918)
 
     
Jessie Turney (d. 1949)
Jessie Turney (d. 1949)
 
     
Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Mannen (d. 1927)
Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mannen (d. 1927)
 
     
Turney Graves
Turney Graves
The Turney family monument and headstones 
     


Bethesda Cemetery , Bracken Co., Kentucky, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Bethesda Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky
Bethesda Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky
This is a view of the cemetery from the road; the Mannen and Hamilton graves are up the hill on the right. 
     
Dedication to Eliza Gregg
Dedication to Eliza Gregg
This is written on the side of her stone. 
     
Elizabeth Gregg (d. 1872)
Elizabeth Gregg (d. 1872)
The wife of Vincent Hamilton, with whom she shares the obelisk. 
     
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
 
     
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
 
     
Infant Hamilton (d. 1832)
Infant Hamilton (d. 1832)
This baby died at 2 days old. 
     
John Mannen (d. 1879)
John Mannen (d. 1879)
 
     
John Mannen and Mary Kirk
John Mannen and Mary Kirk
They are buried together, Mary's name on the left side here and John's on the right. 
     
Manford Hamilton (d. 1866) and Mrs. Maria Hamilton (d. 1870)
Manford Hamilton (d. 1866) and Mrs. Maria Hamilton (d. 1870)
Maria was the wife of Herod Hamilton (d. 1903), and Manford was one of their children. His stone says that he was "A soldier boy in the 10th and 16th Ky. Reg."  
     
Mary (Cushman) Kirk (1794-1870)
Mary (Cushman) Kirk (1794-1870)
 
     
Minerva Hamilton (d. 1869)
Minerva Hamilton (d. 1869)
 
     
Vincent Hamilton (d. 1879)
Vincent Hamilton (d. 1879)
 
     


Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Aaron Gregg and Polly DeMoss pillar
Aaron Gregg and Polly DeMoss pillar
 
     
Capt. Aaron Gregg (d. 1841)
Capt. Aaron Gregg (d. 1841)
 
     
Edwin S. Hamilton (d. 1857)
Edwin S. Hamilton (d. 1857)
 
     
Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky
Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky
 
     
Isabella Doak (d. 1898)
Isabella Doak (d. 1898)
 
     
John DeMoss Gregg (d. 1876)
John DeMoss Gregg (d. 1876)
 
     
John DeMoss Gregg and Isabella Doak pillar
John DeMoss Gregg and Isabella Doak pillar
 
     
Laura Gregg (d. 1884)
Laura Gregg (d. 1884)
 
     
Mary 'Polly' DeMoss (d. 1853)
Mary "Polly" DeMoss (d. 1853)
 
     
Mary Ann Gregg (d. 1836)
Mary Ann Gregg (d. 1836)
She died before the age of one. 
     
Virgil Gregg (d. 1862)
Virgil Gregg (d. 1862)
He died at the battle of Augusta, Kentucky. 
     


Hamilton Cemetery #3, Bracken Co., Kentucky, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Ellen 'Nellie' (Black) Hamilton (d. 1865)
Ellen "Nellie" (Black) Hamilton (d. 1865)
She and her husband share the same stone, with their names on opposite sides. 
     
Samuel 'Towhead' Hamilton (d. 1890)
Samuel "Towhead" Hamilton (d. 1890)
A veteran of the War of 1812. He and his wife share the same stone, with their names on opposite sides.  
     


Sharon Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
John and Sarah Gregg Fee
John and Sarah Gregg Fee
 
     
John P. Hamilton Jr. (d. 1849) and Deborah Perkins (d. 1852)
John P. Hamilton Jr. (d. 1849) and Deborah Perkins (d. 1852)
The covered graves in the foreground are John and Deborah; I could not make out the names on the similarly covered grave behind them to the left. 
     

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