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Larkin Sandidge, Sr
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Birth: 1758
Kentucky, USA
Death: Dec. 15, 1826
Kentucky, USA

Larkin Sandidge Sr., was born sometime in 1758, he owned just over 600 acres along Harris Creek in Lincoln County. When the family began to die out he sat aside a small section of his land which was known as the Sandidge Family Cemetery for them to be buried in as well as other families in the community. In recent years the cemetery has been cared for by the McGirr family and is now known by both family names (McGirr-Sandidge Cemetery).

He had several children, at least three were boys. One son, Larkin Sandidge Jr. was married in 1834 to Almira Hocker. Several other children married prominent families, such as the Hockers and Morelands. After the 1920's the family began to die out and now their are only a few descendants left with the name Sandidge in the Lincoln County area. Larkin's old log home still stands across the road from the family cemetery, it was sold to the Johnson family several decades ago.

Larkin Sandidge Sr., departed this life on December 15th, 1826, at the age of 68 years, he was buried in the family cemetery he started.
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McGirr Sandidge Cemetery
Lincoln County
Kentucky, USA
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Record added: Feb 24, 2010
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Larkin Sandidge, Sr
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