Location: Clay County KY

Paces Creek Cemetery, Garrad, Clay County, Kentucky

Paces Creek Cemetery is in Garrad, Clay County, Kentucky, up on RR 3. The post office is listed as Manchester. I have listed the entire cemetery here, with the help of my parents, Arla and Gladys (Owens) Smith. Explanation of terms used: s/o = son of d/o = daughter of w/o = wife of Female maiden name added when known. Front, left side of the drive. Addition and corrections marked with * and enclosed in brackets *[ ] by: James E. Welch, Sr. 54 Creekstone Lane, London, KY 40741 GRAY, Hobert M. May 10, 1933 Jan. 5, 2001 *[s/o Shirley

Old Benge Cemetery, Clay County, Kentucky

“Old Benge Cemetery” is located on Euwell and Ann Rader’s farm at Fogertown, KY on Highway 472, between Burningsprings and London, KY. There are 68 identifiable graves with markers and others marked only with field stones. Mosley, Darrel 12-29-1955 12-1-1970 Grimes, Angela L. 1967 1985 Mosley, Donna J. 4-29-1951 5-5-1951 Mosley, Kenneth J. 12-29-1954 10-11-1975 Mosley, Eldon 8-26-1910 7-19-1949 Mosley, Margaret N. 1884 1954 Mosley, William 1883 no date Mosley, Richard 1905 1976 WWII Sgt. US Army Mosley, Pearl Ison 9-13-1908 3-6-1986 Mother One broken headstone – no name or date Cornett, Daniel 11-14-1887 12-7-1892 Benge, John D. 7-22-1886 12-23-1957

Old Ben Hacker Cemetery, Clay County, Kentucky

Directions – Out of Laurel County, East 472 into Clay County – Fogertown. Turn left at Russell House Store, 1/2 mile on left, top of hill. WESTERFIELD, Edith Marie 13 Aug 1925 28 May 1947 WESTERFIELD, Celia 7 Jan 1929 12 Mar 1932 WESTERFIELD, Ernest G. 12 Jul 1902 23 Mar 1926 US 6th Cav. WESTERFIELD, G.M. 21 Jan 1924 24 Jan 1926 WESTERFIELD, Elza 18 Aug 1908 5 Aug 1922 WESTERFIELD, Walter 19 Mar 1920 19 Jun 1920 WESTERFIELD, Pearl 7 Mar 1916 12 Feb 1919 MARCUM, Hiram R. 8 Mar 1877 26 Oct 1908 FELTNER, Bill 2 Mary

Engine Cemetery, Clay County, Kentucky

Here is a partial list of names. We’d love to get this cemetery completed but the hill is rather steep and the weather hasn’t been good the last few times we were there. Directions as recalled by friends: Coming from London, on the Parkway: turn left (toward Manchester) off the Parkway. Turn right at the first red light (in front of the Wal-Mart shopping center) onto 421 & Hwy 11. (There is a Stivers Chevron station in the direction you turn on 421.) About a mile, 421 bares to the left and Hwy 11 bares to the right. Follow Hwy

Brown/Wilson Cemetery, Clay County, Kentucky

The entrance to the cemetery is located one quarter to one half mile past Goose Creek on Fork Field Road. There is a cattle gate where the cemetery road goes to the right up the hill. Make a right turn at the cattle gate and proceed up the hill. Where the road forks, keep to the left and continue up the hill to another cattle gate. This will bring you out on a plateau with the cemetery slightly to your left in the open field overlooking Red Bird River. To date there are thirty two graves. The oldest birth date

Slave Narrative of Amelia Jones

Interviewer: Perry Larkey Person Interviewed: Amelia Jones Location: North London, Kentucky Place of Birth: Manchester, KY Age: 88 Concerning slaves of this section of the country, I will quote experiences and observation of an old negro lady who was a slave, Mrs. Amelia Jones, living in North London, Kentucky. “Aunt Amelia” as she is known around here is eighty-eight years of age, being sixteen years of age at the close of the Civil War. Mrs. Jones says, “I will tell as best I can remember, I was born eighty-eight years ago in Manchester, Ky. under a master by the name

Slave Narrative of Sophia Word

Interviewer: Pearl House Person Interviewed: Sophia Word Location: Kentucky Date of Birth: February 2, 1837 Age: 99 The following story of slave days is the exact words of one who had the bitter experience of slavery. Sophia Word, who is now ninety-nine years of age, born February 2, 1837. She tells me she was in bondage for nineteen years and nine months. I shall repeat just as she told the story: “I wuz here in time of Mexican War and seed ’em get up volunteers to go. They wuz dressed in brown and band played ‘Our Hunting Shirts are Fringed

Biography of Henry C. Ambrose

HENRY C. AMBROSE. A large class of the farmers of Stone County, Missouri, lead such modest and quiet lives as to be seldom heard of outside of their own townships. They are doing fine work in their own community, but do not care to mingle in the more public matters of political life, as they wish to devote all their time and energies to the cultivation of their farms and the development of the resources of their lands. Such men deserve more mention than they ordinarily receive, and we are pleased to present here one of them, in the person

Biography of James Henry Powell

James Henry Powell. Chautauqua County had never had a more popular official than James H. Powell, who is now concluding his second term as sheriff. He had been a farmer, public official and prominent citizen of this section of Kansas for a quarter of a century. A noteworthy fact is that when he was re-elected in the fall of 1914 he was given the largest majority ever given a candidate for any office in Chautauqua County and carried every voting precinct. One of the valleys of the State of Tennessee had for many years been known as Powell’s Valley. The

Clay County, Kentucky Census Records

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