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Joseph "Joe" Church
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Birth: Mar. 19, 1819
Barren County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Feb. 18, 1905
Barren County
Kentucky, USA

Joseph was son of Amassa Pace & Thomas J. Church. He was listed on the KY. Militia of Barren Co., KY. enrolled 1863, filed Aug. 31, 1863 Barren Co., KY. He married his 1st cousin. They are buried in unmarked graves. 
Family links: 
  Thomas J. Church (1788 - 1839)
  Sarah Mildred Church Church (1825 - 1920)*
  Eliza Jane Church Cherry (1847 - 1918)*
  George Thomas Church (1848 - 1848)*
  George Thomas Church (1849 - 1854)*
  Joseph Dave Church (1852 - 1928)*
  John J. Church (1857 - 1916)*
  Sarah Church Spencer (1858 - 1892)*
  Mary Church Staples (1818 - 1899)*
  Joseph Church (1819 - 1905)
  Pleasant Church (1822 - 1891)*
  Martha Church Staples (1824 - 1902)*
  Nancy Jane Church Driskill (1827 - 1911)*
  Frances Ellen Church Vance (1828 - 1889)*
  Mary Susan Church Forrester (1832 - 1894)*
  George Washington Church (1836 - 1896)*
  Thomas Church (1839 - 1931)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Unmarked grave, front left corner, 1st grave
Church Family Cemetery
Barren County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Laura J. Stewart
Record added: Jan 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64816929
Joseph Joe Church
Added by: Laura J. Stewart
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68th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry (Enrolled Militia) (Union) The enrolled militia was simply a list containing the names of all men of military age who would be obligated to take up arms in the event of a war (not unlike the Selective Service in existence ...(Read more)
- Laura J. Stewart
 Added: Nov. 4, 2012
The Militia, state of KY. Not everyone who served in the militia served in the Civil War, although many did. Drills were held every month at the various camps in the area - they were to be ready at a moments notice.
- Laura J. Stewart
 Added: Nov. 4, 2012

- Genealogy Bug Kate
 Added: Jul. 28, 2012
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