Rt. 32 west 1.0 miles past I-64, right on Rt. 377 (Cranston Road) about 1.0 mile, left side of the road, just before the Johnson Church.
|DeHart, Elmo Clifford||20 Sep 1919||25 Sep 1995||SS||"Husband", CPL US Army WWII"|
|DeHart, George R.||28 Aug 1861||23 Jun 1919||SS||[Beautiful castle on top of white pillar]|
|DeHart, H. L.||18 Mar 1900||8 Sep 1938||SS|
|DeHart, Julia||12 Jan 1859||27 May 1957||SS|
|DeHart, W. Tennyson
DeHart, Lillie F.
|DS : H
DS : W
|[Husband of Lillie F. DeHart]|
[Wife of W. Tennyson DeHart]
This cemetery listing is authored by the Rowan County Kentucky Historical Society. It is one of over 375 cemetery surveys available in book or CD format from the Society.
Page design and graphics by Teri Pettit. The titling font used in the cemetery name plaques is Adobe Trajan Bold, designed by Carol Twombly.
Inventory of the cemetery.
The Historical Society and specifically the Cemetery Committee, wishes to acknowledge and extend a special thanks to Dana and Shane Mathews of Rowan County, Kentucky for their work in inventorying this Cemetery on July 29, 1997, and to Dewie E. Black of LaBelle, Florida for the documentation.
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