|Mike Key (#47111411)|
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|I'm a librarian at Scott County Public Library in Georgetown, KY. I am a member of the Scott County Cemetery Project, created April 2013, which is a community-wide effort to GPS-tag and photograph Scott County's 300 cemeteries and upload this information to Find A Grave. The Project is sponsored by Scott County Public Library www.scottpublib.org and Scott County Genealogical Society www.scgs-ky.org. Check out our Facebook page--Scott County Cemetery Project.|
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|Mary Bishop||Burrows & Humphrey|
I would likre to thank you for recording this cemetery. I played near thatwhen I was a child, Mr. Lon Burrows lived therewhen I was about 12 or 13, Now 75, It was a beutiful valley
|Ann||RE: White Sulphur Cemetery Actually St. Francis Cemetery?|
Thanks for letting me know! My husband is from Stampin Ground, Ky and we appreciate this information. Next step is to check and see where my information came from, you never know. I have a cemetery in Wolfe County, Ky known as White cemetery, Horton cemetery, aka at least 3 other names. wow, who knew?
Thanks tons and know that I will check up on this.
Added by Ann on May 06, 2013 3:18 AM
|Linda Davis||RE: Mrs. Sinkhorn, Scott County, KY|
I could read "horn". After looking at the surnames that were listed on Rootsweb.com and the Federal census of 1850 and 1860, the only name, which fit living in the area, was Sinkhorn. I did see that there was a Sinkhorn and Palmer that married in the 1850 time period. I was more reasoning that solid evidence.
|Deb Redmon||RE: White Sulphur Cemetery Actually St. Francis Cemetery?|
I think maybe the "locals" that are there now may be too young to know about it.
|Sandra Koors||RE: Location of Wood Cemetery on US 25, Scott County, KY|
The Wood cemetery is the family cemetery of my great grandfather Samuel O Wood. I have added all the names of those who were buried there. There are 15 rock stones and only 2 that are legible to read. The cemetery is on private property and the person who owns the land will only let the family on his land to go to the cemetery.
|Christopher Mosca||RE: Scott County Library|
Thanks for getting back to me, see my problem is that i live in Wisconsin, I can't make the drive down to kentucky any time soon, I just have a few names to look for obituaries for and have all the exact dates as well,
thanks for everything!!!
|Christopher Mosca||Scott County Library|
Hi Mike, how are you doing?
do you still work at the Scott County Library? Do you know if there any volunteers that could help me look up Obituaries?
|Mary Bishop||Adams & Lear Cemetery|
The Grove family has not been there to many years maybe 20 years, The Underwoods owned that farm for many years before that. Gertie James was a very dear friend of mine when i was a child I think there were a couple of isiters buried there, One Named Dora I know seemed like she was a twin sister. Not sure where Gertie son J. B. is buried but her sone James Buford James is buried near Stamping Ground at the Masonic Cemeteryhis wife still lives near the family farm and he has a daughter, I cant remember her name
Some where I have a folder that has the names of the people buried there, When I left there about 40 years ago it was grown up then
|Christopher Mosca||Adams-Lear Cemetary|
That is really good news!!! The Adams are my wife's Great-great grandparents, we currently live in Canada only temporarily, but we are from wisconsin, when we visited kentucky last year we did not know of that cemetery. Thanks again for the pictures and hopefully you found new relatives.
|Christopher Mosca||Adams-Lear Cemetary|
Hi mike, thanks again for the pictures, I just have a couple of questions for you, is the cemetary behind the farm or next to it? amd how many headstones do you think are there total? how many people are buried there? thanks again for the pictures.!!!!!
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