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Judy (#47195633)
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L Seymour
RE: William R. Clark
Mildred Ruth Clark, Bills sister and both are fourth cousins.
Added by L Seymour on May 09, 2016 4:12 PM
Nicol
Clark memorial's
Judy,
I've updated to link them and then transferred them to you.

Nicol
Added by Nicol on Apr 19, 2016 4:25 PM
Lanie
George W. Zollicoffer
Thanks for the info on the grave of George W. Zollicoffer. I added a note to the memorial. I appreciate your trying!
Added by Lanie on Jul 02, 2014 4:10 PM
babs
RE: Taylors
You can't look up all the ones in that lot as they are not all Taylors. I'll find the ones you have made memorials for and take care of the rest when the snow flys and I stuck at home. Thanks for the offer.
Added by babs on Nov 03, 2011 5:41 AM
babs
Taylors
This is a very BIG lot with about 30 people. I found Stones, Beckeys, Rameys, Tierneys, Isaacs along with many many Taylors. It looks as if everyone has a marker, even a few babies.

It appears that the Isaacs and Taylors bought the lot together since one side of the monument reads "Taylor" and the other "Isaac". Also most of the Taylors are buried on one side of the monument and the Isaacs on the other.

Let me know how you want to proceed.
Added by babs on Nov 02, 2011 9:23 AM
babs
Taylors
Anytime you want me to, I can get a copy of the lot card from the office. It will tell you the date the lot was purchased and who bought the lot (and that's probably the person who had them moved), who is buried there, when they were buried and there is also a drawing of the lot and where each person is located even if they do not have a stone. Sometimes I come across another family, with a different surname, buried there. Also children, unfortunately most of them do not have stones but you know where they are in the lot. Lot cards are the secret treasures of the larger lots. The only ones that are not available are for those who are buried in a Range (rows of misc. people).The database tell you what row they are in. If I have a bunch of people to find who are located in a range, I may have to break it up into a couple of trips. The back can be picky every now and then.

Anytime I can help, just let me know.
Added by babs on Oct 30, 2011 8:15 AM
babs
RE: Taylors and Alfords adn Bears, oh my!
You are absolutly right about the people being moved to Cave Hill. It was not uncommon for farms to give way to the countries growth. Pictures of the stones will confirm their death date or at least the year. Cave Hill's records only list the burial dates.

I have come across many who were moved there. One was a Senator and his family, who happened to related to the Meriwethers (they have a large websire with info) that were moved from the family farm in Louisville area. There were three names listed on the monuement but at the bottom it said "and others". That confused the office as well as myself. So I contacted the website and found out that the entire family was buried on the farm and it was sold so a descendent had them moved. And according to the lot card 12 additional people are now all in one grave. I'ts a shame their names weren't listed on the stone, but they were on the lot card.

I love adventures like this.
Added by babs on Oct 29, 2011 5:15 AM
babs
RE: Taylors and Alfords adn Bears, oh my!
Surprise! There are a lot more in that lot...this should keep you busy for awhile.

You can go to cavehillcemetery.com and get on their database. You will have to register, but that is free. On the home page you will find the search field. I suggest you just enter the surname FOLLOWED WITH A COMMA. That will take you to everyone with that surname and then you can just search through them, just like I did to get this list for you.


Mrs. ACHSAH MILLER TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

CARROL G. TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

EDWARD G. TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

EDWARD GIBSON TAYLOR JR.
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

HARRY CLAY TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

HETTIE ROBERTS TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

MR. HORACE A. TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

LILY BELLE TAYLOR
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

MRS. LOUISE IGOE TAYLOR
Burial Date: 09/08/1957
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

MR. THOMAS PICKETT TAYLOR JR.
Burial Date: 06/20/1953
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

MR. THOMAS PICKETT TAYLOR SR.
Cave Hill Cemetery 451-5630 SECTION 13 Lot 100-

Added by babs on Oct 28, 2011 5:10 PM
babs
Alexander ALford
He is with Isreal B. Alford Jan 24, 1825-Nat 1866
and Nannie A. Taylor wife of E G Taylor, Sep 9, 1829-July 5 1893.

I found two E G Taylors in Sec 13 Lot 100. One in Sr. and the other Jr.

Make memorials for them please.
Added by babs on Oct 27, 2011 6:35 PM
babs
RE: Alfords
AW, SHUCKS!
Added by babs on Oct 27, 2011 4:01 PM
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