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D. Scott Wilcher (#47228794)
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Bio Photo Like most of you, I too am a Genealogist. My lineage mostly has its roots in Central KY: Marion, Taylor, & Casey Counties to be specific. I got bit by the bug when I was working on a highschool family tree project... & I have had the fever ever since!

I currently live in Bardstown, KY: Best known for being the Bourbon Capital of the World & My Old Kentucky Home.

I have the utmost respect for the current and former servicemen & women who defend our country. I try in some small way to honor those whose work & sacrifice has made this country the greatest in the world. I like to include those who I come across my travels in a special virtual cemetery. If you feel so moved to do so, please leave a token of your respect on their page.

If I have listed an ancestor of yours that you would like transfered or needs an update, please go through the "Edit" tab on the memorial. Please note that there will be individuals that are in my lineage that I will keep. Individuals who want transfers based on name hunting will be denied.

I enjoy helping others to fill in the gaps and enhance their family trees. Everyone has my permission to use any tomstone picture that I have posted on this site. Need a picture in Bardstown? I can try and work on that as well... just understand that I'm not the fastest because my time is devoted to my 3 kids... all under the age of 6! (Those kiddos demand a lot of attention... who woulda guessed?)

Good luck in your research!
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Michael Johnson
RE: Captain John Hardin(g)
I am sorry, I guess it would help if I sent the # with my request...
Added by Michael Johnson on Aug 27, 2017 7:12 AM
Michael Johnson
RE: Captain John Hardin(g)
Ok I figured it out LOL

My 5gr grandfather is Joseph Hardin (or Harding according to my grandmother) No birthday but he died between 21 Dec 1805 & 15 April 1806 he married a Elizabeth Presley 1772 Loudon, Virginia, United States
I have no idea who Joseph's father was or his birthday.
Added by Michael Johnson on Aug 26, 2017 7:25 PM
Michael Johnson
RE: Captain John Hardin(g)
My wall?
Sorry I am lost with that one.
Added by Michael Johnson on Aug 26, 2017 7:20 PM
Michael Johnson
Captain John Hardin(g)
Excuse me please, but I am a descendant of the Hardin's. I was wondering if you have a DNa profile? I would love to see if we are connected. I got a Hardin brick wall.
Added by Michael Johnson on Aug 26, 2017 6:32 PM
Luvena and Henry Offutt Grave photo
I would like to request your permission to attach a copy of the photo you took for Henry Clay Offutt Find A Grave Memorial# 26176989 that also has his wife Luvena Offutt to my genealogical data for that family.

Thank you for adding to the memorial, the photo helps a lot.


Dave O.
Added by dwooff on Jul 13, 2017 8:09 AM
Don L
Brown Newton cemetery
I am interested in why this cemetery is named "Brown-Newton". The reason is that my gt gt gt gt grandfather, Ignatius Brown died ca 1811 in Green County (now Taylor County). His land was at the headwaters of Robinson Creek which I think is near this cemetery. Also, his 2nd wife's first marriage was to a man by the name of Newton. She and her first husband had at least 2 boys according to a deposition in the Green County Court house. I am wondering if Ignatius is buried there and possibly his wife at some later date. Or if this is indeed the land Ignatius Brown's family owned ca 1803-1815. Any information would be greatly appreciated. My line is Ignatius Brown to Aloysius & Elizabeth [Drury] Brown to Benedict & Margaret [Kenevan] Brown to Margaret Elizabeth [Lizzie] Brown - my gt grandmother. Thank you. Don Lawse
Added by Don L on Jul 07, 2017 3:48 PM
Sherry Cross
45424401 William H. MORGAN.
Could you tell me what is engraved on his headstone? Are the phrases on the top and bottom of the stone Bible scripture? My old eyes are not improving with age and I cannot decipher the words. Thanks in advance for your help. Sherry Cross, Westwardho, Kansas
Added by Sherry Cross on May 24, 2017 2:32 PM
Sherry Cross
45424401 William H. MORGAN.
Added by Sherry Cross on May 24, 2017 2:28 PM
Laura Whistle Cates Duncan
Memorial #28268783
Scott, Martha Ice is a distant relative. A second cousin is trying to transcribe the epitaph on the photo you took of Martha's grave marker. Might you still have the photograph? If so, are you able to enlarge it and decipher the verse at the bottom of the marker? Thanks in advance for checking on this.
Added by Laura Whistle Cates Dunca... on Apr 14, 2017 7:21 AM
Laurie Meckes
Onie Edward Hunt
Hi! I just wanted to give you some corrected material on Onie Edward Hunt that is buried in Brockman Cemetery in Taylor, County Kentucky. He was my grandfather. He died when he was 28 years old of a rare form of cancer. He had two children, Eva Lorene Hunt Spurling (who is still living in Shelbyville, IN and Ravenna Lee Hunt Davis who passed away on 06/27/1993, Ravenna was my mom. You have listed Norma Jean Hunt Cull as a daughter. Actually, she is my Mom and Eva's half sister and cousin because after Onie died, my Grandmother, Sylvia Newton Hunt Smith, married Onie's brother, George Green Hunt and had Norma. ( could you please remove her name as daughter of Onie?) George Green Hunt is buried next to my Grandfather, Onie, at that same cemetery but has no stone. Just thought you might want to know. Thank you so much for all of the work you do. It is such a worthwhile cause! I appreciate it very much!
Added by Laurie Meckes on Dec 03, 2016 7:04 PM
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