A simple post today. Dickson Hanks was truly loved by this family and friends.
Grove Hill Cemetery is located in the city of Shelbyville in Shelby County, Kentucky. It is a beautifully kept cemetery with a mixture of old and new stones. We enjoyed our visit June 6, 2017 – I can’t believe it’s been five years! Ritchey found a geocache in […]
Ritchey and I visited this cemetery August 8, 2015.
All of us grieve for Kentucky. Tornadoes ripped through the state early Saturday morning. Western Kentucky was hit by a tornado that started in Arkansas and was on the ground for over 200 miles. Mayfield, in Graves County, suffered much damage. The top of the courthouse is gone. […]
Harrison Thomson, September 20, 1811 – January 14, 1872 Joice Quisenberry Thomson, December 4, 1810 – November 23, 1896 The Morning Herald, Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky Wednesday, November 25, 1896 Mrs. Joicy Thomson Dies Here Yesterday at the Home of H. T. Groom. Funeral Today. Died, on November […]
William S. Gattis, CO H, 15 MISS INF, CSA, January 19, 1862. Private William S. Gattis joined Captain F. M. Aldridge’s Company H, 15th Regiment Mississippi Volunteers at the age of 23, May 29, 1861, at Corinth, Mississippi. He joined for twelve months. One interesting point – on […]
Most of the following were originally interred in Fort Brady, which was located along the Saint Mary River in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. In 1893 the fort was considered too small to be effective and was moved to a larger area. At this time those buried in the […]
Fountain Run Cemetery is located in Monroe County, Kentucky, on the southwestern edge with Barren County.