From Morehead, west on Rt. 32 to Rt. 377 (Cranston Road), right on Cranston Road 4.7 miles to Cranston and Clear Fork Road, left on Clear Fork Road 2.0 miles to a small drive on the left near Muse Branch, left up this drive about 50 feet and park. The cemetery is on a hill about 50 feet to your left.
|Evans, Infant||May 1872||May 1872||SS||"Daughter of Wm. E. & M. E. Evans"|
|Evans, Robert Y.||1 Feb 1874||20 Mar 1874||SS||"Son of Wm. E. & M. E. Evans"|
|F. R. M.||[ ]||[ ]||SS||[No other identification]|
|Muse, George||8 Dec 18_2||8 Oct 1914||SS|
|Muse, H. L.||2 Jun 1870||7 Jun 1926||SS|
|Muse, William||3 Jan 1866||9 Dec 1901||SS|
|Muse, William D.||17 Jul 1812||26 Dec 1870||SS||[Husband of Lamira A. Muse]|
|Muse, Lamira A.||22 Mar 1833||22 Nov 1923||SS||[Wife of William D. Muse]|
|Muse, Infant||28 Jul 1857||4 Aug 1857||SS||"Son of Wm. & Lamira Muse"|
|Shepherd, Amanda M.||21 Feb 1861||28 Sep 1883||SS||"Wife of G. W. Shepherd"|
|Waltz, E. H.||18 Jun 1869||28 Nov 1889||SS||"Son of J. L. & L. F. Waltz"|
|Waltz, J. L.
Waltz, L. F.
|8 Apr 1837
4 Apr 1848
|9 Aug 1914
10 May 1910
|DS : H
DS : W
|[Husband of L. F. Waltz]
[Wife of J. L. Waltz]
Also: Seven (7) unmarked graves.
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.
Survey of the cemetery.
The Historical Society and specifically the Cemetery Committee, wishes to acknowledge and extend a special thanks to Dana and James A. Mathews of Rowan County for their work in surveying this cemetery on 16 Oct 1997, and to Dewie E. Black of LaBelle, Florida for the documentation.
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