Today we visit Liberty Baptist Cemetery in Fulton County. Fulton is as far west as you can be in the state of Kentucky and shares borders with Tennessee and Missouri. Liberty Baptist is located on south Hwy 781, just a few miles from the Tennessee border. It is a small cemetery.
Keziah Connelly, born December 22, 1819, died September 7, 1876.
B. S. Connelly, born September 6, 1825, died November 18, 1896.
Ruth Mitchell, born October 27, 1833, died March 22, 1915, 81 years, 4 months, 25 days. Freeman Mitchell, born February 8, 1816, died November 24, 1881, 65 years, 5 months, 16 days.
Nannie J. Chambers, wife of R. A. Bondurant, born April 14, 1855, died May 15, 1918. Robert A. Bondurant, born November 16, 1852, died September 23, 1917.
Nora N., daughter of R. A. and N. J. Bondurant, born January 16, 1871, died April 12, 1898.
W. E. Edmiston, born October 28, 1879, died March 5, 1920.
Louisa A. Oliver, born march 8, 1849, died September 10, 1930, aged 81 years, 6 months, 2 days. Allen H. Oliver, born August 24, 1843, died March 24, 1915, aged 71 years, 7 months.
Martin Chambers, born October 7, 1814, did March 11, 1893, aged 79 years 10 months, 4 days.
Louisa A. Chambers, born April 27, 1820, died April 3, 1900, aged 79 years, 11 months, 6 days.
John W. Underwood, born May 27, 1842, died December 16, 1919. Nannie J. Harpole, wife of J. W. Underwood, born October 10, 1841, died August 7, 1919.
Virginia H., wife of W. J. Graham, born October 5, 1840, died November 5, 1883, aged 43 years, 1 month.
Nancy, wife of John Graham, born June 20, 1803, died August 19, 1880. John Graham, born March 28, 1802, died March 19, 1871.
Phyllis – I’m glad to see it appears you are all enjoying your new home!I was recently going through some old email and found a note I had sent to you telling you I would gladly send to you a copy of the George Klein Marriage Certificate which was signed by Margaret.I simply wanted to check with you to be sure that I had done that? So, please let me know when you have an opportunity to check.Hope you continue to enjoy the new place…. it does look like a good spot!Ron Klein
Ron, those last few weeks in Kentucky were so hectic. I don’t think I replied saying I would love a copy of the marriage certificate. We are so happy in our new home – lots of room inside and outside. Kate and Todd and children are living with us until the pandemic is over – and the border to Canada opens. They will make their home in Sault Sainte Marie, ON, just across the St. Mary’s River from us – about 25-30 miles. I hope you are both well! Phyllis