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Well my grandfathers grandfathers and grandmother are buried there in
the old part, Squire and Nancy Jo (Bray) Lively and one of their
children, I can't remember which one right now. Well we can't find
either of their parents and we are wondering if there might be a church
involved with it that might have information on them, and maybe who
their parents were. I think we have a name changed in this somewhere. I
think his name was Litsey, I think I remember my uncle saying he found
their marriage license under the name Litsey and looking thought the
listing there is quite a few Squire in the Litsey line and just about
the only Squire in the Lively line.
In a message dated 5/12/04 10:02:46 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> Also did
> they ever release any cemetery books for the country that listed them
> all and who was buried where? I like to get a copy of it if they did.
There is a set of two books out covering Breckinridge County cemeteries. They
are very good! You can email the Breckinridge County Historical Society and
Museum at.... breckcohistsoc(a)geocities.com for more information.
Carolin in Oregon
Could anyone tell me about this, my grandfathers grandfather and wife
are buried there and we can't locate their parents. We are wondering if
we could find out who buried them there maybe that would help. Also did
they ever release any cemetery books for the country that listed them
all and who was buried where? I like to get a copy of it if they did.
Everyone is invited to the Ancestral Trails Historical Society's second
annual Genealogy & History Book Fair & Sale on Saturday, May 22nd, from 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown,
KY. This year's event includes over 50 tables & 5,500 sq. ft. of societies
and vendors representing the history of towns, churches, individuals and
events from all around the Kentucky area. There is no admission charge and
no charge for four free seminars. We have two national speakers who have
volunteered to speak: Carrie Eldridge on "Appalachian Trail from 1700 -
1800" and Dr. Lynwood Montell on "Haunted Houses and Family Ghosts of
Kentucky". Gary Kempf, Fort Knox historian and author, will give a slide
presentation about the many family cemeteries on the Fort Knox Reservation.
Richard Briggs, local historian and author, will be presenting "200 Years on
the Ohio River". Carolyn Wimp will have three new books available: Hardin
County Militia 1863-1875; Nelson County Newspaper Abstracts 1852-1902; and
Hardin County Newspaper Abstracts 1909. There will be plenty of free
parking and lunch will be available on site. Visit the Ancestral Trails
website, www.aths.com , for more information on the book fair and fair
vendors, including a map to the Pritchard Community Center.
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