|Birth: ||May 20, 1764|
James City County
|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1845|
The stones of Carrare marble which mark the graves of Josiah and Judith Hart were carved by their son Joel Tanner Hart (died in Florence, Italy in 1877 in 1860, while traveling to Richmond, Virginia for the unveiling of his great statue of Henry Clay, Joel Tanner Hart brought the stones from Florence, Italy and placed them at his parent's graves located about 3 miles south of Winchester on Hwy 15, then 1/4 mile east near his birthplace in Clark County. From Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Roadside Markers by Melba Porter Hay and Dianne Wells.
Thomas Hart (1723 - 1804)
Judith Tanner Hart (1772 - 1895)
Josiah Sanders Hart (1805 - 1897)*
Joel Tanner Hart (1810 - 1877)*
Heth Hart (1745 - 1832)*
Josiah Hart (1764 - 1845)
Note: This cemetery is found on the old Ramsey Farm property.
Maintained by: David Reese
Originally Created by: Stonefinder-Deb
Record added: Apr 27, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89208775
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