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Guy Cornish (#47545518)
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Bio Photo I am originally from Lexington, Ky and live in Versailles. My family was from Virginia and came in to KY in Woodford County, then moved to Washington and Mercer Counties, Ky. I have been collecting info for a family tree. I have posted many of the headstones I have found on Looking for Cornish, Curd, Sea, Seay, Sharp and Sutherland families in Mercer, Anderson and Washington Counties.
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Harry Bryant
Bryant Family
I see that you have researched families in the central KY area. My 2x great grandfather was Thomas Bryant, b.1830, d.1910. Lived on Sulfur Lick Rd, in Washington Co. KY in the late 1800s. His daughter Victoria Alice [Bryant] Bowen is buried in the Antioch Christian Church graveyard.

I am at a dead end on my Bryant line. If you have any information on Thomas' parents/ancestors you could share that would be wonderful. I've searched and KY vital statistics and have found nothing.
Added by Harry Bryant on Apr 07, 2016 12:54 PM
Disponett and Buntain
Thank you so much for the photos for Bobby Gene Disponett, Michael G. Disponett, Goldie Brunell Buntain Montgomery, Marvin C Montgomery and Richard Maston Buntian.
Added by KCHM on Dec 25, 2015 1:20 PM
Rebbeca Bennett
RE: Harris and Colemans
Thank you for your information :) I am on your Facebook and find the info you post quite useful. Thank you.
Added by Rebbeca Bennett on Dec 17, 2015 8:21 AM
Janet de la Peņa
RE: Charles B McKenney
Hi Guy. No, I don't know who that was. Thank you for your edit.
Added by Janet de la Peņa on Oct 05, 2015 8:38 AM
Dan Curd
RE: Shawnee Run Cemetery
I was there 3 years ago but was unable to find everyone. They may have unmarked graves but I may have missed them.
Added by Dan Curd on Jul 25, 2015 11:50 AM
Happy to help. I just read your Bio. I was visiting in Versailles last weekend. My Aunts live there. A beautiful place to live or visit.
Added by Patty on Apr 06, 2015 9:23 PM
Hank Cox (inactive)
RE: Sharps and Southerlands
Mr. Cornish,

I believe you sent me several requests back in 2011; unfortunately, I wasn't participating on Find-A-Grave at the time. Too many other things with higher priority.

I've just become active again.

If you remember what the requests were, and are still interested, please send them to me again.

Happy Holidays
Added by Hank Cox (inactive) on Nov 30, 2014 7:16 AM
Mark McCrady
RE: Yeasts at Hopewell
That's right, Guy! The saying here is that if you took all the Kentuckians and Tennesseans out of Indiana, no one would be left! My parents were Kentuckian. I got the photo of Rachel's stone. It had been face down in the ground for many years, so was well preserved. I'll be posting it shortly.
Take Care!

Added by Mark McCrady on Nov 15, 2014 1:31 PM
Mark McCrady
RE: Yeasts at Hopewell

I also took the photos of Leonard and Malvina and they are posted. I hope to be able to get the photo of Rachel today. Her stone is nearly buried face down, and I will have to dig it up and turn it over. I have a bad back, so I will have to have assistance in turning it over. As soon as I am able I will get it posted.

Added by Mark McCrady on Nov 15, 2014 7:08 AM
Mark McCrady
Yeasts at Hopewell
Guy, wanted to let you know that I found the grave of Rachel Yeast at Hopewell Cemetery, but couldn't take a photo of it yet. Her stone had fallen many years ago, and I found it buried face down in the ground, and didn't have any thing with me to pry it out of the ground. I am going back tomorrow, and take a shovel with me to bring it up and turn it over, then I will get a photo. Take Care,
Added by Mark McCrady on Nov 14, 2014 5:57 PM
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