Kentucky African American Cemeteries

Cemeteries provide us with a unique link to our past. While many cemeteries contain a few African American graves, some are comprised of only African Americans. The following list shows  African American Cemeteries in Florida.  You should also check AccessGenealogy Cemeteries for additional listings.

  • Carroll County
    • Sanders Cemetery (hosted at African American Cemeteries Online)
  • Floyd County
    • Peaceful Gardens (hosted at African American Cemeteries Online)
  • Garrard County
    • Buckeye Negro Cemetery (hosted at African American Cemeteries Online)
  • Livingston County
  • Ohio County
    • Colored Cemetery at Bethel (hosted at African American Cemeteries Online)
  • Pulaski County
    • Hosted at African American Cemeteries Online
      • Mt. Olive Cemetery
      • Stanford-Pike Cemetery
  • Webster County


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  1. I am searching for a Rachel Beckner of Caldwell, County, Kentucky. She was born around 1857. Rachel Beckner and Cal Morse had 4 or more children together. Cal Morse, also known as Calvert Morse was of caucasian decent and was born around 1845. I’m not sure if Rachel was mulatto or not. If so, it’s possible that she was either Indian and black, or white and black.

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