Wilson, Polly, died 8/5/1803 , wife of Geo. Wilson, at the age of 37
Cane Ridge Cemetery
Located at the Cane Ridge Meeting House Shrine on Cane Ridge Road. (partial listing)
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The Ewalt Cemetery is located on the east side of Cynthiana Rd., just south of Mt. Carmel Rd. This cemetery sits on the edge of the road and can be easily overlooked by the plank fencing than runs along the highway. The cemetery itself is almost completely enclosed by wire fencing, with the exception of the entrance next to the road. This is a complete listing of each marker contained within the cemetery.
In memory of infant daughter of L. and Mary J. Rills, b. Aug. 25, died Aug. 29, 1842
In memory of Sally An Houston wife of J. H. Houston and daughter of E. W. and Matilda Horton, born Jan. 1, 1821, died Nov. 21, 1850, being a member of the Christian Church, she died as she lived, a Christian.
Isabella Horton 1833-1916
T. J. Horton
J. A. Horton
C. W. Horton
C. W. Horton
W. F. Horton
H. E. Horton
In memory of Meartis Abela, daughter of J. F. And Sally Ann Houston, born Mary 6, 1850, died May 2, 1870
In memory of Susan F. Houston, daughter of H. and Susan Houston, b. June 2, 1810, died June 19, 1817.
In memory of Washington Horton born June 29, 1806.
In memory of Ann Eliza, daughter of J. R. and Sally Ann Houston b. June 25, 1848, died Aug. 2, 1849
Edward Wakeman Horton b. Apr. 15, 1793, died Aug. 13, 1864, in the 69th year of his age.
In memory of William Horton born Jan. 29, 1762, died July 2, 1852, aged 80 yrs. 5 mos. and 3 days.
E. A. Horton 1831- 1865
E. M. Horton 1855-1856
Nora Horton 1859-1873
Bourbon County, KY
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Jemima Johnson DAR Marks Pugh Graves
Plaques placed by the Daughters of the American Revolution (above); handout on Pugh Family (above); and, Sons of the Revolution and others (including the two Marys) attended the grave marking (below).