Photos taken November 6 & 7, 2007 at Amacker Cemetery, south of Kentwood, Louisiana. Western side of Hwy. 51, 2.2 miles south of Hwy. 38 in Kentwood, and about 0.2 miles north of the brick yard. It's down a small cabled-off lane, and there are no signs.
For headstone photos, go to the bottom of the page.
A view of the cemetery from the gate coming from Hwy 51, facing NE.
A view of the cemetery facing SW.
Beginning at the north fence, near an old entrance, First Row:||
Note: Captain Richard M. Amacker and wife Martha Spiller Amacker are buried in Port Vincent, La.1Sources
- 1. Susie Kent Broyles, descendant of George and Eliza Dean Amacker. Info donated by her granddaughter.
Kent/Amacker Family Researchers:
Mary Anne Amacker Hammond would like to be contacted by other Kent/Amacker reseachers. She is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution; she has family records, a copy of Maud Amacker Arnett's Kent book, Mrs. Arnett's "Amackers of the Deep South" about Nathaniel's parents, John Jacob Amacker and Sarah Varnado, and other goodies to share.Renee Kent has a Kent Family Tree, and a book called the Kents of Kentwood. She is willing to do lookups, and would like to be contacted by other Kent family researchers.