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This page is for the gathering of comprehensive information on each cemetery. It is anticipated that this page will serve as an alphabetical listing of all known extant and "plowed under" cemetries in Pulaski county, Kentucky; along with information on each regarding where transcriptions (both on-line and published) and photos can be located; also GPS cordinates. Some websites and transcriptions referenced may actually only be partial listings of the cemetery's contents. The date of a works publication is significant.  A transcription with an older date may have graves listed that were unreadable due to decay by the time a later-dated transcription was transcribed.

A cemetery with a large amount of information may be given its own wiki page and noted on this page with it's name as a hyperlink.

Contents

Bobbitt Cemetery.
  • See Our Family Heritage Vol 2, No. 3 (Sept 1974).
Caustill Road Cemetery.
  • See Our Family Heritage Vol 2, No. 2 (June 1974).
Eden Cemetery.
  • See Our Family Heritage Vol 2, No. 1 (March 1974).
Fishing Creek Baptist Cemetery.
  • See American Monthly Magazine Vol 108, No. 7 (Aug 1974).
Flat Lick Baptist Cemetery.
  • See Our Family Heritage Vol 2, No. 4 (Dec 1974).
Lane Family Cemetery/Spaw Cemetery.
  • See American Monthly Magazine Vol 108, No. 7 (Aug 1974).
Line Creek Cemetery
Mill Springs National Cemetery
  • Pompey, Sherman Lee. New Hampshire Union Soldiers Buried at Mill Springs National Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Eugene. Oregon : Western Oregon Genealogical Research Library, 1978. Available at Library of Congress.
  • BillionGraves photos and searchable database of headstones, Google map showing headstone locations.
Sinking Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

The Sinking Creek Baptist Church was the first church in Somerset. Somerset is also the county seat. So aside from family farm cemetries, the Sinking Creek Baptist Church Cemetery is first cemetery in Somerset.

  • On-line link.
  • Another transcription of the Sinking Creek Cemetery, showing different data, and including a grave location map is found in Pulaski County Historical Society Newsletter Nov 1992. FHL US/CAN Book 976.963 H25P.

 

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