Cemeteries

Gravestones From Mt. Pisgah Cemetery – Fleming County

Fleming County is in northeastern Kentucky, and was formed from Mason County in 1798.  With three covered bridges it is the covered bridge capital of Kentucky.  Ritchey and I have visited all three – Goddard-White, Grange City and Ringo Mills.  Mt. Pisgah Cemetery is located in the northernmost section of the county off US68, west of the small town of Fairview, on a small loop.

Thomas T. Moore, April 9, 1818 – November 2, 1864.

Delila Moore, wife of T. T. Moore, September 4, 1815 – April 8, 1910.

Mary Frank Lane, 1853-1895.

Leah, wife of Jesse S. Davis, born July 20, 1822, died January 17, 1886.

Joab H. Swart, born February F, 1832, died September 20, 1872.

Dorotha Swart, 1835-1916.

Samuel G. Swart, born May 27, 1803, died October 22, 1860.

Charlotte D., wife of S. C. Swart, born September 21, 1810, died August 6, 1875.

Daniel M. Stockdale, 1852-1926.  Minnie D., his wife, 1870-1953.

Frank Cleaver, born November 14, 1812, died April 25, 1905.  Harriett, his wife, Born March 3, 1820, died February 2, 1899.

John F. Ferguson, 1841-1893.  Martha J., his wife, 1850-1901.  Henry Bert, 1877-1897.  Mary Catherine, 1875-1909.

Mollie Swart, 1868-1938.  William M. Swart, 1851-1940.

Charles Colemire, 1859-1939.  Josephine Hall Colemire, 1864-1931.

William H. Graves, April 3, 1822 – August 22, 1906.  Caroline, his wife, February 28, 1837 – January 28, 1907.

Pvt. Absalom S. Toler, CO B, 36 BN VA CAV, CSA, October 20, 1841 – February 28, 1917.

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