|Three Springs (Hart County)|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This cemetery is also known as Ennis Cem. #2 & Three Springs Cem., but is NOT the Ennis Cem. #1 on Hiseville-Park Rd, Barren Co., KY. This cemetery is in Hart Co., KY.
Source: aka Ennis Cemetery #2 in "Barren County, Kentucky Cemetery Records" book pub 1992. p. 117. Description in this book: Located in Three Springs, northeast tip of Barren County. The cemetery is also known as Three Springs Cemetery. Take US Hwy 31-E north to US Hwy 218 north of Bearwallow. Follow US Hwy 218 to Three Springs. Turn right on Hwy 821. The cemetery is located across the road from the junction of Hwy 677. The cemetery is in Hart County and the Church is in Barren. (These directions are from Glasgow, Ky. to the cemetery.)
The church and cemetery are east of Horse Cave, Hart Co., KY on Hwy 218. Drive out near Three Springs on Hwy 218 and turn right onto Hwy 677. As soon as you turn off Hwy 218, the church is immediately on the left on Hwy 677. You can see the church as soon as you turn off Hwy 218; the cemetery is just across the road from the church on Hwy 677.
This is a very old cemetery. It is well-maintained although there are several fallen and broken stones.
Note: On the west side of the Three Springs Cemetery there are many old Negro slaves buried who were owned by the early settlers. (Source: Sandi Gorin transcription of TRIGG ASHWORTH ENNIS STORY, PART 3, Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009.)