Cemeteries Kentucky Wayne County. Cemeteries in Wayne County, Kentucky. Abner - Boston Cemetery.
Hepsibah is the sister of my great great grandfather, yes they all were bork in england then traveled to canada and the u. Linda Pearlsoup aol. Bork These are biographies that Tom Childers has been kind enough to donate.
Also known as: "Bartleson-Miller Cemetery". Also known as: "Bell Point Cemetery". George W.
Scattered throughout Wayne County, Kentucky are scores of small communities with names that are derived from family surnames, bodies of water, geographical landmarks, children, churches, schools, and many from unknown origins. Originally these communities were isolated from one another and not much traveling was done out of the communities. Each of the communities provided almost everything the residents needed for daily survival.
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On December thirteenth of the year the State Legislature of Kentucky passed an act creating a new county, said county to be named Wayne in honor of General Anthony Wayne, the Revolutionary hero. The act specifies the following bounds:. The territory of Wayne had been, variously, a part of Lincoln County when Kentucky was divided into only three counties; then a part of Green when that county was carved from Lincoln; then a part of Cumberland, and was finally, increated from parts of Cumberland and Pulaski.
Deceased had been confined to her bed for over a year. She had always been a devout Christian, having joined the Baptist church in her eleventh year. She was always noted for her charitableness.
I am lookking for george ray simpson butler county Kentucky born in he is my grandfather if anyone knows of him my email is eagle yahoo,com thanks. Post a Comment. Sunday, January 27, Kentucky: Wayne County.