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Registration of Veterans’ Graves – Washington County, Kentucky

I thought perhaps the above map would be helpful in finding the location of the following veterans’ graves in Washington County, Kentucky.  These are soldiers from the Mexican War to World War II.

  • Jeremiah Akerson, 10-20-1839, 01-01-1922, Peters Cemetery, Mackville
  • William Ash, 10-11-1840, 06-20-1920, Freedom Church, 7 miles east of Willisburg
  • James W. Auberry, died 11-28-1933, Hilton Cemetery, near Mackville
  • Abe Baker, 1843-1929, St. Rose Cemetery, south-west of Springfield
  • William Ballow, 1830-1904, Gilespie Cemetery, 1 1/2 miles east of Mackville
  • J. R. Barber, 1841-1920, St. Rose Cemetery, south-west of Springfield
  • Ernest Beavers, 4-13-1892, 1926, Rockbridge Church, 3 miles north-west of Willisburg
  • Wilfred Beavers, Rockbridge Church, 3 miles north-west of Willisburg
  • Seth P. Beville, 9-6-1840, 9-21-1863, Cemetery Hill, Springfield
  • G. H. Blacketer, 1847-1925, Evergreen Cemetery, Willisburg
  • F. S. Bottom, 2-8-1835, 8-8-1922, Peters Cemetery, Mackville
  • Dock Bottoms, Bottoms Cemetery, 1 1/2 miles east of Mackville
  • David S. Bradley, 9-24-1845, 11-10-1901, Tumey Cemetery, near Mackville
  • Marion Brady, 11-23-1836, 11-22-1900, Bethlehem Baptist Cemetery, Texas
  • Robert S. Brady, Bethlehem Baptist Cemetery, Texas
  • Bradford Breeding, died October 1928, Brush Grove Church, 7 miles west of Willisburg
  • J. H. Brooks, Bethlehem Baptist Cemetery, Texas
  • J. H. Brown, Glen’s Creek Cemetery, 4 miles east of Willisburg
  • Napoleon B. Brown, 5-4-1831, 2-27-1869, Peter Brown Cemetery, 3 1/2 miles south-west of Springfield
  • Peter W. Brown, 8-25-1844, 1-10-1882, Peter Brown Cemetery, 3 1/2 miles south-west of Springfield
  • Thomas Brown, 7-1-1843, 2-12-1915, Fairview Cemetery, northernmost part of the county

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