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Warner Graveyard

Located on the original
Jacob Warner farm just
outside Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky 


The Warner Cemetery is on Warner Lane on the west end of Owingsville. It is on top of a hill with a good view of the countryside.  It is off US 60 onto Warner Lane. Go through a gate and it is in a fenced field to the right. 
This is a picture of 
Warner Graveyard
Warner Graveyard
This is a picture of Warner bottoms as viewed from Warner Graveyard.
Warner Bottoms 

There is a fund for the upkeep of the Warner Graveyard.
The fund is managed by Shella Bailey who is the current owner of the
Warner Farm which is now called the Dillard Dudley Farm.
Shella is a descendant of Jacob Warner.
Please mail donations to:
Warner Graveyard Upkeep Fund
c/o Shella Bailey
266 Smoot Drive
Owingsville, Kentucky 40360


Many of the headstones in Warner Graveyard are broken, laying in a pile and some are missing.  These four photos show the broken stones and some of the ones on the ground.  Picture #1 #2 #3 #4

According to stories passed down, the Warner Graveyard, at one point in time, had many tall pine trees in and surrounding it.  Some folks said when the wind blew through the trees it sounded like voices whispering in the wind.  I personally have heard this happen in other cemeteries.   The graveyard sits on top of a hill and others talked about how the wind was always howling through the trees.  Some Warner family members did not want to be buried in the Warner Graveyard because of the strange things that happened there.  There were others who would not pass by the graveyard and would go out of their way as not to drive by it.

I spent a warm October day in the fall of 2001 with my cousin Ruby taking photo's of all the stones in the cemetery. We uncovered the ones that had fallen and did our best to read what the older stones said. As for me the day was quite unremarkable but I did feel a sence of warmth and pride as I sat among my ancestors. This web site is to help keep their memories alive.

There are a few of versions of what happened to the graveyard and I will tell all versions that I know.

One version goes that a member of the Warner family went crazy one day, cut down all the trees and broke up all the stones because he thought he could hear the voices of the Warner slaves that were buried in the graveyard.

Another version is the pines mysteriously caught fire one day and as the pines trees burned the flames created such an intense heat it caused the headstones to crack and break apart.

I learned of another version... One of the Warner girls said her cousin who was also a Warner girl admitted setting fire to the tree's just to be mean and used the excuse that the tree's were dead.

What actually happened may never be known but the fact remains there are still burned stumps and  many broken stones in the Warner Graveyard.


A zip file of all the headstone pictures in Warner Graveyard.
A text file version of Warner Graveyard for easy downloading.


BLACK, John
    

husband of 
BLACK, Elizabeth (Warner) b: 5-4-1822 d: 5-24-1855 
daughter of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of John Black's headstone
A picture of Elizabeth (Warner) Black's headstone


CANNON, Ollie Fisher
b: 5-14-1873 d: 1-2-1900 

daughter of Dewitt and Maggie Cannon A picture of Ollie Fisher Cannon's headstone

Obituary of Ollie Fisher Cannon: Miss Ollie Cannon's Death
Miss Ollie Cannon died at noon Tuesday at the home of her uncle Jacob Warner, near town.  Funeral services at 2:00 o'clock p.m. Wednesday by Rev. Jr. Nelson, of ths town.  Burial in Warner graveyard.  She was aged about 26 years.   She had been sick about one year with consumption of the lungs.  Her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Warner, took her when she was very small to raise and educate her and performed their part well.  She was an accomplished young lady with numerous friends, and her death is a sad blow to them and to her uncle and aunt, who were very much attached to her as was also their daughter, Mrs. Mary Dawson, who knew her as a sister.  Our sympathy is extended.


COLEMAN, Alexander M.
b: 1814 d: 7-12-1849 

husband of 
COLEMAN, Zerilda (Warner) b: 8-25-1824 d: 1-16-1858 
daughter of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Alexander M. Coleman's headstone
A picture of Zerilda (Warner) Coleman's headstone


DAWSON, Eliza Louise
b: 2-2-1899 d: 4-8-1899 

daughter of Jeff Dawson and Mary Warner

A picture of Eliza Louise Dawson's headstone


DAWSON, Jeff
b: 3-29-1864

husband of 
DAWSON, Mary Susan (Warner) b: 3-5-1871 d: 2-25-1909 
daughter of Jacob Warner and Meliza Gorham

A picture of Jeff and Mary (Warner) Dawsons's headstone


ESSICK, Will

Bath County, News-Outlook Newspaper 8-15-1937
WILL ESSICK BURIED HERE WEDNESDAY
Will Essick, colored, was buried at the Warner graveyard west of town Wednesday afternoon following funeral services at the Colored M. E. church. Will died at Parkersburg, W. Va., Monday. He was the son of "Uncle Essick", who during his lifetime was a well known colored man of this community.


HATTAN, Samuel
b: 8-16-1880 d: 8-17-1886

son of Robert and America Hatten

A picture of Samuel Hattan's headstone


KINCAID, Annie W. (Pieratt)
b: 4-1879 d: 3-8-1948

daughter of Jacob Pieratt and Mary Tipton
her first husband was William Warner 
her second husband was Oscar Kincaid
A copy of Annie's Montgomery County, Kentuck death certificate
A picture of Annie W. Kincaid's headstone


LANSDALE, Elizabeth
b: 2-26-1854 d: 11-3-1854

daughter of Jacob Lansdale and Martha Warner

A picture of Elizabeth Lansdale's headstone


LANSDALE, Martha (Warner)
b: 3-3-1831 d: 5-9-1854 

wife of Jacob Lansdale
daughter of Jonas R. Warner and Elizabeth Clayton

A picture of Martha (Warner) Lansdale's headstone


LUCAS, Barbara Lee
b:2-3-1942 d: 11-12-1950 

daughter of Ambrose Lucas and Nona Alice Jackson

A copy of Barbara's Fayette County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Barbara Lee Lucas's headstone



LUCAS, Lorena Gilmore
b: 4-1931 d: 4-29-1931 

daughter of Joseph Lucas and Viola Moore
No stone found in Warner Graveyard

A copy of Lorena's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


LUCAS, Opal
b: 3-23-1927 d: 4-17-1929 

daughter of Joseph Lucas and Viola Moore

A picture of Opal Lucas's headstone


LUCAS, Phyllis Ann
b: 3-17-1938 d: 11-11-1950 in 

daughter of Ambrose Lucas and Nona Alice Jackson

A copy of Phyllis's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Phyllis Ann Lucas's headstone


McCLAIN, Mary Ellen
  b: 10-21-1846 d: 9-5-1908

A picture of Mary Ellen McClain's headstone


McCLAIN, Leonora
  b: 8-8-1879 d: 3-4-1882 

daughter of John McClain and Helen A. Warner

A picture of Leonora McClain's headstone


McCLAIN, Helen
A. (Warner)  b: 11-9-1861 d: 2-4-1883

wife of John McClain
daughter of Jonas Warner and Virginia Clark
 
A picture of Helen McClain's headstone


MOORE, Mary Lee Chandler
b: 3-10-1869 d: 6-1-1929

A picture of Mary Moore's headstone


REYNOLDS, Infant
son b: 9-7-1876 d: 9-7-1876

son of Jonas Reynolds and Margaret Clayton

A picture of Infant Son Reynolds headstone


REYNOLDS, Margaret A. (Clayton)
b: 9-10-1849 d: 9-9-1876 

wife of Jonas Reynolds
daughter of Stephen and Mahala Clayton

A picture of Margaret A. Reynolds headstone


REYNOLDS, Mary d: September 1908
daughter of Thomas Runnells and Georgeann Warner
Owingsville Outlook, 10 Sep 1908
Miss Mary Reynolds died at the home of her brother Stephen Reynolds on Jones' Branch, Sunday. Buried at Warner graveyard Monday after services by Elder Cleveland Carpenter. She was 62 and had been a Christian Church member for 48 years.
No headstone in Warner Graveyard.



REYNOLDS
, William
 b:1845 d: 2-1-1920
son of Thomas Runnells and Georgeann Warner
No headstone in Warner Graveyard but his death certificate says he is buried there.

A copy of Thomas Reynolds Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


RILEY, Everett
b: 5-10-1908 d: 6-29-1982
Husband of Dovie Ratliff

A copy of Everett's Fayette County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Everett Riley's gravemarker


RUNNELLS, Georgeann (Warner)
b: 3-18-1827 d: 5-9-1886

daughter of Jonas Warner and Elizabeth Clayton
wife of
RUNNELLS, Thomas J. b: 3-27-1817 d: 9-18-1858

A picture of Georgeann Warner Runnells headstone
A picture of Thomas Runnells headstone


RUNNELLS, Warren
C. b: 1-17-1858 d: 8-17-1858

son of Thomas Runnells and Georgeann Warner

A picture of Warren Runnells headstone


SHROUT, Infant Son

son of John and Milly Shrout
No headstone found in Warner Graveyard
name taken from older cemetery records


SHROUT, Infant Son

son of John and Eliza Shrout
No headstone found in Warner Graveyard
name taken from older cemetery records


SHROUT, Willie Washington
b: 10-11-1890 d: 8-9-1891

son of J. W. and Elvira Ann Shrout

A picture of Willie Shrout's headstone


SORRELL, Eugene
  b: 12-14-1894 d: 7-3-1896

son of Allen B. Sorrell and Mary Eliza Warner

A picture of Eugene Sorrell's headstone


SORRELL, Jessie
  b: 3-25-1909 d: 6-14-1909

daughter of William M. Sorrell and L. Sorrell

A picture of Jessie Sorrell's headstone


SORRELL, Elizabeth (Warner)
  b: 3-8-1856 d: 5-28-1942

daughter of Jacob C. Warner and Elizabeth Shultz
wife of
SORRELL, George  b: 6-20-1861 d: 11-14-1937
George was also married to Amanda, Elizabeth's sister
No headstone for George or Elizabeth in Warner Graveyard

Elizabeth's Nicholas County, Kentucky death certificate
Obituary of Elizabeth (Warner) Sorrell
George Sorrell's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
Obituary of George Sorrell


SORRELL, Mary Eliza (Warner)
  b: 10-15-1875 d: 3-13-1896

daughter of Stephen Warner and Mary Catherine Clark
wife of Alan B. Sorrell
Did not find a headstone in Warner Graveyard

March 5, 1896 Mrs. Mary E. Sorrell died of consumption last Friday, and was interred at the Warner Graveyard just west of town, on Saturday. The procession of mourners was a large one, the deceased having a large number of relatives and friends. The burial casket was a very handsome one of white, trimmed with silver fringe and tassels.


SORRELL, Nancy
d: 12-23-1912

daughter of Joseph Sorrell and Phoeba McCarty
Did not find a headstone in Warner Graveyard but her Bath County, Kentucky death certificate says she was buried there.

A copy of Nancy Sorrell's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


SORRELL, Rollin
  b: 9-26-1895 d: 1-27-1930

son of George Sorrell and Elizabeth Warner
Did not find a headstone in Warner Graveyard for Rollin Sorrell

Rollin's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


SORRELL, William
  b: 5-21-1871 d: 1-28-1919

son of James Case and Nancy Sorrell

A picture of William Sorrell's headstone


SPENCE, John
  b: 1885 d: 3-10-1920
son of William Spence and Anna Elizabeth Warren

John's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of John Spence's headstone


SPENCE, William
b: 10-7-1880 d: 9-8-1949
son of William Spence and Anna Elizabeth Warren

William's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of William Spence's headstone


SPENCER, Lisa F.
   b: 5-26-1978 d: 12-23-1984
daughter of Charles and Brenda Lou Spencer

Lisa's Rowan County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Lisa Spencer's headstone


THOMPSON, Mary Elizabeth (Warner)
  b: 4-29-1913 d: 5-11-1978

daughter of John Jacob Warner and Mary Fenton Pieratt
wife of 
THOMPSON, Lloyd T.  b: 4-18-1912 d: 8-16-1980

Mary's Fayette County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Mary Elizabeth Warner Thompson's headstone
Lloyd's Rowan County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Lloyd Thompson's headstone


WARNER, Allen
  b: 10-28-1812 d: 9-24-1882

son of Jacob Warner and Elizabeth Remy
husband of 
WARNER, Vienna (Clayton)  b: 3-6-1810 d: 1-4-1885

A picture of Allen Warner and Vienna Clayton Warner's headstone


WARNER, Amanda
   daughter of Annie Warner
Did not find a stone but according to the Kentucky Historical Society there was a stone at one time with the inscription: Colored belongs to Jacob Warner Sr.


WARNER, Andrew
  b: 1-15-1837 d: 5-16-1861

son of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Andrew Warner's headstone


WARNER, Annie
  died 7-9-1909  age 101

also known as Aunt Ann
Obituary of slave owned by Jacob Warner Sr. July 9, 1909
Aunt Ann Warner, of color, died at the home of Dudley Warner Friday and was buried in the family graveyard.  She was bought by the Elder Jacob Warner at Georgetown when she was 18 years old and had been in the Warner family for eighty years, doing the work until two months ago.
Could not find a stone but according to the Kentucky Historical Society there was a stone at one time with her name and the inscription: Colored



WARNER, Dudley M.
  b: 5-22-1829 d: 1-21-1868

son of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Dudley M. Warner's headstone


WARNER, Dudley T.
  b: 1-19-1951 d: 1-19-1951

son of James Andrew Warner and Margaret Stone

A picture of Dudley Warner's headstone


WARNER, Elizabeth (Clayton)
b: 9-27-1810 d: 4-7-1858

wife of Jonas R. Warner

A picture of Elizabeth Clayton Warner's headstone


WARNER, Ethel Pearl  
b: 8-9-1905 d: 3-3-1906

daughter of Andrew Trumbo Warner and Mary Elizabeth Reynolds

A picture of Ethel Pearl Warner's headstone


WARNER, Evaline
b: 1858  d: 9-26-1930

Wife of "Uncle Jack" Warner
daughter of:  father unknown mother was Stacie Ewing
No tombstone located in Warner Graveyard but her Bath County, Kentucky death certificate says she is buried there.

Evaline Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, Everett
  b: 6-2-1898 d: 6-14-1947

son of John Jacob Warner and Ruth Ginter

A copy of Everett Warner's death certificate
A picture of Everett Warner's headstone


WARNER, George W. 
b: 11-12-1889 d: 2-26-1904

son of Jonas R. Warner and Hester Highley

A picture of George Warner's headstone


WARNER, George A.
  b: 4-29-1839 d: 4-7-1840
WARNER, George Jackson   b: 5-6-1904 d: 11-8-1983
son of William Thomas Warner and Prudence Jackson
husband of Ruby Ring

George's Montgomery County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of George Warner's military stone
A picture of George Warner's headstone


WARNER, Harriett A.
   b: 4-17-1839 d: 3-28-1852

daughter of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Harriett Warner's headstone


WARNER, Helen (Trumbo) 
b:3-6-1868  d:10-14-1939
Wife of James Warner
daughter of Harry Trumbo and Louisa Boyd
No headstone in Warner Graveyard but her Bath County, Kentucky death certificate shows she is buried there.

A copy of Helen Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, Hester
  b: 10-1-1846 d: 10-16-1847
WARNER, Jacob  b: 5-16-1769 d: 6-4-1860
husband of 
WARNER, Elizabeth (Remy)  b: 1773 d: 12-29-1846

A picture of Jacob Warner's headstone
A picture of Elizabeth Warner's headstone


WARNER, Jacob
  b: 12-1-1901 d: 12-1-1901

son of William Thomas Warner and Prudie Jackson

A picture of Jacob Warner's headstone


WARNER, Jacob C. 
  b: 12-15-1830 d: 8-21-1910

son of Jonas R. Warner and Elizabeth Clayton
husband of 
WARNER, Elizabeth (Shultz)  b: 7-22-1835 d: 5-10-1901
daughter of Samuel Perry Shultz and Mary Becraft

A picture of Jacob and Elizabeth Warner's headstone
Obituary of Jacob C. Warner


WARNER, Jacob
  b: 6-8-1827 d: 4-4-1905

son of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett
husband of
WARNER, Meliza J. (Gorham) Warner  b: 1-29-1842 d: 6-27-1903

A picture of Jacob and Meliza Warner's headstone


WARNER, James A.
  b: 12-16-1833 d: 11-23-1881

son of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of James Warner's headstone


WARNER, James Dudley
  b: 1-18-1874 d: 8-22-1936

son of Jacob Warner and Meliza Gorham

A picture of James Dudley Warner's headstone
A copy of James Warner's death certificate


WARNER, John
  b: 3-12-1832 d: 8-24-1839

A picture of John Warner's headstone


WARNER, John Jacob
  b: 2-14-1874 d: 4-24-1950

son of Jacob C. Warner and Elizabeth Shultz
husband of 
WARNER, Mary Fenton (Pieratt)  b: 1883 d: 1-24-1918
daughter of Jacob Pieratt and Mary Tiptan A picture of John Warner's headstone
John Warner's obituary
John Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
Mary Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Mary Fenton (Pieratt) Warner's headstone


WARNER, John W.
  b: 1-7-1851 d: 8-27-1854

A picture of John W. Warner's headstone


WARNER, Jonas R.
  b: 12-18-1863 d: 6-9-1929

son of Jacob C. Warner and Elizabeth Shultz
husband of 
WARNER, Hester Jane (Highley)  b: 3-12-1868 d: 11-29-1936
daughter of George Washington Highley and Elizabeth Shrout

A picture of Jonas Warner and Hester Higley Warner's headstone
A copy of Jonas Warner's death certificate
A copy of Hester Jane Warner's death certificate


WARNER, Katherine
  b: 5-30-1903 d: 9-25-1928
daughter of Jonas R. Warner and Hester Jane Highley

Katherine's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Katherine Warner's headstone


WARNER, Lillian May
b: 4-4-1904 d: 8-12-1904

daughter of John Jacob and Mary Fenton Pieratt

A picture of Lillian May Warner's headstone


WARNER, Lewis Mitts  
b: 6-1910 d: 6-25-1913
son of William Warner and Annie Pieratt

Lewis's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Lewis Mitts Warner's headstone


WARNER, Louise Jacob
b: 1-24-1918 d: 1-24-1918

daughter of John Jacob and Mary Fenton Pieratt

A picture of Louise Warner's headstone


WARNER, Lucy B.
b: 1-24-1918 d: 8-9-1918

daughter of John Jacob and Mary Fenton (Pieratt) Warner

Lucy's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
A picture of Lucy B. Warner's headstone


WARNER, Mary Francis
  b: 8-3-1843 d: 7-8-1858

daughter of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett Warner

A picture of Mary Francis Warner's headstone


WARNER, Nancy A.
  b: 7-15-1840 d: 10-9-1840

A picture of Nancy Warner's headstone


WARNER, Reuben Young
  b: 6-8-1843 d: 7-27-1892

son of Allen Warner and Vienna Clayton
husband of Mariah Louise Powers

A picture of Reuben Warner's headstone


WARNER, Sallie d: July 1901
Owingsville Outlook, Thu 11 Jul 1901

Miss Sallie Warner died at the home of Joseph Carter near this place last Thursday. Burial Saturday at the Warner graveyard near Owingsville. Flat Creek.


WARNER, Sarah J.
  b: 3-7-1831 d: 10-22-1854
Daughter of William Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Sarah J. Warner's headstone


WARNER, Steven C.
  b: 4-15-1878 d: 6-1-1936

son of Travis Warner and Lucindia Walton
Husband of Callie Carter
No headstone in Warner Graveyard but his death certificate says he is buried there.

Steven Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, Thomas J.
  b: 11-2-1819 d: 6-5-1852

son of William P. Warner and Mary Triplett

A picture of Thomas J. Warner's headstone


WARNER, Travis
b: 1827  d: 11-30-1846

A picture of Travis Warner's headstone


WARNER, Travis
b: 11-15-1848 d: 2-28-1923

son of Allen Warner and Vienna Clayton
husband of
WARNER, Lucindia (Walton)  b: 3-18-1846  d: 4-27-1912
daughter of William and Julia Walton
No headstone found in Warner Graveyard for either but death certificates say they are buried in Warner Graveyard

Travis Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
Lucindia's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, Virginia (Clark)
  b: 6-2-1839  d: 8-22-1891

daughter of Elijah and Katherine Clark
wife of  Jonas R. Warner Jr.

A picture of Virginia Warner's headstone


WARNER, Will (Brady) 
b:1873 d: 7-12-1937

Husband of Tansy Warner
Son of  "Uncle Jack" Warner and Evaline "Aunt Eva" Ewing
No tombstone located in Warner Graveyard.
Obituary in the Bath County News-Outlook dated 7-15-1937 says he was buried in Warner Graveyard.
Colored Citizen Passes
Will (Brady) Warner, 64 years old, well-known and respected Owingsville colored man, died at his home here shortly before 10 o'clock Monday morning, July 12, following a long illness of tuberculosis and complicating diseases.
Will was a descendent of one of Owingsville's old colored families. He was a son of "Uncle Jack" and "Aunt Eva" Warner and was born and reared here. During his younger days he was considered one of the best tobacco handlers in this part of the county and worked in the warehouses here prizing tobacco before the days of the loose-leaf markets.
Besides his wife, Tansey Warner, he is survived by four children and four sisters, two of whom, Martha Copher and Watt Warner, still mantain their homes here.
Funeral services were held at his residence Wednesday afternoon conducted by the Rev. Sarver, pastor of the Colored Methodist Church. Burial was in the Warner Graveyard.



WARNER, William
b: 10-3-1876  d: 9-7-1911

son of Jacob Warner and Elizabeth Shultz
husband of Annie Pieratt

A picture of William Warner's headstone
William Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, William T.
  b: 6-21-1869 d: 7-3-1924

son of Jacob Warner and Meliza Gorham
husband of 
WARNER, Prudence (Prudie) b: 11-10-1883  d: 1-17-1929
daughter of George Jackson and Sara Hart

A picture of William Warner and Prudie Jackson's headstone
William Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate
Prudence Warner's Bath County, Kentucky death certificate


WARNER, William P.
  b: 12-1-1796  d: 4-5-1853

son of Jacob Warner and Elizabeth Remy
husband of 
WARNER, Mary (Triplett)  b: 8-31-1798  d: 10-21-1869

A picture of William P. Warner's headstone
A picture of Mary (Triplett) Warner's headstone


WHITTINGTON, Charles
b: 9-5-1826 d: 12-1897 in Bath County, Kentucky

husband of Sussannah Stancliff
son of Charles Whittington and Hester Warner

The only proof I have that he was buried in Warner Graveyard was this notice posted in the Bath County Paper:
December 16, 1897
Died Friday, at the home of his son, Thomas, Forge Hill, Charles Whittington.  Burial in Warner Graveyard.
There is no headstone in Warner Graveyard for him.


WHITTINGTON, William
  b: 9-22-1853 d: 11-1-1854

son of Charles Whitting and Sussanah Stancliff

A picture of William Whittington's headstone


YOUNG, Dorcus M. 
b: 3-18-1840  d: 11-10-1841

daughter of Reuben Young and Nancy Warner

A picture of Dorcus M. Young's headstone


YOUNG, Elizabeth
  b: 11-11-1827  d: 9-16-1839

daughter of Reuben Young and Nancy Warner

A picture of Elizabeth Young's headstone


YOUNG, Nancy (Warner)
  b: 12-28-1799  d: 4-10-1846

daughter of Jacob Warner and Elizabeth Remy
wife of Reuben Young

A picture of Nancy Young's headstone


HEADSTONES THAT COULD NOT BE READ

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