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 Cemeteries and Headstones in East Union, Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA


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Baxter-Knox Cemetery, East Union, Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA

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Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery
Baxter-Knox Cemetery. List of tombstones copied by Bessie Burris Hunt in 1975 on the former farm of Edmund Baxter, brother of Mary (Baxter) Huffstutter, wife of Ulrich Huffstutter. The Baxter-Knox Cemetery is today located on a farm directly across the road from the Huffstutter Cemetery. 
    Edmund BAXTER (d. 1826)
Mary BAXTER (d. Aft 1810)
 


East Union Cemetery, East Union, Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA

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Howe Cemetery, East Union, Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA

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Huffstutter Cemetery, East Union, Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA

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Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery
Huffstutter Cemetery, 2012. Dedication marker on stone monument for Ulrich Huffstutter, as it looked 14 Sep 2012. Viewed by Marsha Belty on left and Becky (Evans) on right. 
    Ulrich HUFFSTUTTER (d. Abt 1801)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, John Huffstutter 
    John HUFFSTUTTER (d. 3 Jan 1848)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, Elizabeth Huffstutter, daughter of James and Elvira (Sparks) Huffstutter. 
    Elizabeth HUFFSTUTTER (d. 22 Jan 1867)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, John Franklin Sparks, also known as "Franklin". He was the son of Jonas Sparks and Elizabeth Knox. He married Cynthia Bradshaw. What is signified by a sheaf of wheat on this tombstone? The divine harvest. A sheaf of wheat was often used for those who died at an old age. A stalk of wheat signified the resurrection or the body of Christ. 
    John Franklin SPARKS (d. Nov 1855)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, Elizabeth (Knox) Sparks, wife of Jonas Sparks. 
    Elizabeth KNOX
Jonas SPARKS (d. 26 Oct /11 Nov 1855)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, Mary (Baxter) Huffstutter, small field stone marker with hand carved lettering. This stone is next to the marker for Ulrich Huffstutter. 
    Mary BAXTER (d. Aft 1810)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, Ulrich Huffstutter, small field stone marker with hand carved lettering barely visible to me on the day I visited the cemetery. However, Ray has better eyes than me and says: "I saw the stylized upper half of a U and complete H in the illumination of the setting sun. I drew a picture of it in my notebook. I am convinced we have Ulrich." 
    Ulrich HUFFSTUTTER (d. Abt 1801)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, William H.C. Wilson, tombstone, as it looked 14 Sep 2012 
    William Huffstutter Cassidy WILSON (d. 15 Jan 1866)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, William H.C. Wilson, footstone "WHCW" as viewed on 22 November 1994. The cemetery was heavily overgrown and covered with brambles and trees. The original stone fence had fallen down and cattle had trampled the tombstones.  
    William Huffstutter Cassidy WILSON (d. 15 Jan 1866)
 
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone
Huffstutter Cemetery, Torrey, Ray, Taylor Huffstutter in the Huffstutter Cemetery 25 September 1999. Field stone on left bears an etched "MH" and is believed to be the grave of Mary Baxter Huffstutter. Field stone on the right has the etched lettering of the top half of a stylized capital "U" and an "H" and is believed to be the grave of Ulrich Huffstutter. Both are readable only in the late afternoon when the sunlight is full on them. 
    Mary BAXTER (d. Aft 1810)
Ray F. HUFFSTUTTER
Taylor Shae HUFFSTUTTER
Torrey Dean HUFFSTUTTER
Ulrich HUFFSTUTTER (d. Abt 1801)