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Kay Lamar (#46910750)
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Nancy Jane Ramsey Norris
John Hoobler 1
The photo seems to be gone off of the web page at the cemetery. I thought you might want to fix it.
Added by Nancy Jane Ramsey Norris on May 05, 2016 8:30 PM
KA Miles
Henry Harrison Burt
I've been doing a lot of research on the Burt family and I'm attaching the Find A Grave# 144362209 for Henry's father, Thomas William Burt. It will provide some of the Burt History I've had confirmed as well as Henry's mothers maiden name. Hope this helps.
It will also provide you with the correct death dates for everyone, etc.
If you want, to transfer Henry's Find A Grave to me I'd love to have it. Augustine(Burt)Griffin is my Great, Great Grandmother.

All my Best for a Happy NEW Year!
Added by KA Miles on Dec 30, 2015 5:35 PM
Henrietta Cole
Dorothy Ann Herrman Crook
Hello Kaycie, Thank you for adding the photos of Dorothy and Ron. I miss her little smile. I was going to get photos from Ron. I do not have many photos of them in recent years except Christmas. Love You! Henri
Added by Henrietta Cole on Oct 07, 2015 7:21 PM
Alice Riel
Great uncle
would like to know if you have more information this is my grandma rice brother . Thank you Alice Riel
Added by Alice Riel on Aug 19, 2015 12:14 PM
RE: S. Lee #39972626
Sorry, the he only information, on the S. Lee memorial, I can find is he was a "U.S. Soldier" originally buried at Columbia KY and reburied at Mill Springs in plot C-62. No dates or other information is about S. Lee given.

Information is from "The Roll of Honor" "Names Of Soldiers Who Died In Defence Of The American Union"(Vol.VII) page 207. The book can be downloaded free from Google Books.

Added by jtf on Jan 31, 2014 9:18 AM
Gail Black
RE: Burtt Cemetery
Yaaaaaayyyyyy...mystery solved. Good job. You can email me at
Added by Gail Black on May 30, 2013 6:19 AM
Gail Black
RE: Burtt Cemetery
Yes, William had 2 wives. Jemima and Rhoda.
Added by Gail Black on May 29, 2013 4:32 PM
Gail Black
RE: Burtt Cemetery
Yes, I have contacted by email the person who entered the records way back when. If I do not hear from him, you can go to and ask them to transfer to you as family because the original person is no longer responding.

Henry A was married to Marietta (Robertson, I think). I had some notes, but I will have to find them. Census shows Lucy Pate (age 19) in 1850 at the residence of Henry & Marietta. I'm thinking she may have been a servant. I will check my notes and see what I can find and get back to you later. There may be some stones just below the surface, but it was too overgrown to really check.

Added by Gail Black on May 29, 2013 4:31 PM
Gail Black
RE: Burtt Cemetery
BTW, may I look at your profile on Amasa? Or do you know anything about Mary & Lucy Pate who are buried in the Burtt Cemetery? Also, I have some questions about some others.
Added by Gail Black on May 28, 2013 7:48 PM
Gail Black
RE: Burtt Cemetery
Was glad to do it....going back in the Fall to clean it up. It was a great adventure and well worth it all.
Added by Gail Black on May 28, 2013 2:38 PM
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