My name is David Shannon and I have been researching several family lines and have located cemeteries in the quest for gathering information on my ancestors.  I am making this genealogy information available to those that may find it useful. I am sharing information I have gathered based on family memories and information gathered from actual tombstones and from family interviews and written records.  My purpose is 2-fold.  I hope if you are searching and find this site it is helpful to you...  And if you can provide more information of my family history, please contact me.  I can be contacted at this link:     e-mail for David Shannon

 

Shannon - PRESTON
 HENDERSON - WAGERS - BARKER

 

My father is Coleman Gilbert Shannon and his father was William Wilson Shannon and his mother was a Armilda Henderson.  William & Armilda are buried together at the Lexington Cemetery.   Armilda's parents, Thomas Henderson & Alice Wagers and several other family members are buried in Estill Co., Kentucky on Red Lick Road in the Henderson Family Cemetery.   Thomas Henderson's parents, O. D. Henderson and Susannah Barker are also buried there.    Henderson Cemetery    Alice Wagers parents were Sidney David and Emeline Park Wagers. They are buried at the Wagers-Brinegar Cemetery in Estill County, Kentucky along with Sidney's father, James Wagers and Thomas' sister, Chrisellen Henderson Scrivner. I have researched the entire cemetery and have recorded all of the people buried there, including additional information.   Wagers-Brinegar Cemetery   William's parents died several years apart and were both buried in unmarked graves.  William's father, Charles Christopher Shannon is buried somewhere in the Antioch Church Cemetery in Franklin Co., Kentucky on Harvieland Road off of Highway 421 just outside of Frankfort.  Some records show that Charles was born in Pennsylvania and other records show he was born in Indiana.  Antioch Church Cemetery   William's mother, Lucy Preston, is buried at Hillcrest Cemetery on Versailles Road in Lexington, Kentucky.  Records show that her father was William Preston. 

 

 

BROWN - HARP - BRADLEY
CONRAD - CHILDERS
BOYERS - lEMMON

 

My mother is Dolores Jeanette Brown.  Her father was Sylvester Childers Brown and her mother was Dora Mae Harp.  Sylvester and Dora divorced when my mother was a child.  Both Sylvester and Dora were married three times.  Dora lived most of her married life, married to Edgar Griffen.  She died as Dora Griffen and is buried, along with her husband, at Bluegrass Memorial Gardens in Nicholasville, Kentucky.  Sylvester is buried at Hillcrest Cemetery in Lexington, KY along with his parents, Joseph Jefferson Brown and Carrie Childers.  Carrie Childers is a Granddaughter of William G. Conrad and Lucinda Hedger Conrad.  Carrie is the Great-Granddaughter of Elder William Conrad and Elizabeth Boyers Conrad.  All four of these Grandparents are buried in the Conrad Family Cemetery on Baton Rouge Road in Grant Co., Kentucky along with many other relatives.  Conrad Cemetery  Elizabeth Boyers was the daughter of Jacob Boyers and Dorothy Lemmon Boyers.  Jacob & Dorothy are buried in the Lemmon Family Cemetery.  This cemetery is located off of highway 36 between Cynthiana and Williamstown near the area known as Renaker.  This is located on a farm and barely visible from highway 36.     Lemmon Cemetery     Jacob and Dorothy Lemmon Boyers are my 5th-Great Grandparents.

Dora Harp, was the daughter of Lloyd & Julia Bradley Harp.  She was one of eight children of Lloyd & Julia.  Lloyd & Julia are buried at the Old Union Christian Church Cemetery on Russell Cave Road in rural Lexington, Kentucky.  Along with Lloyd & Julia are several other family members including three of Dora's siblings:  Clyde, Chester, & Ada (Wells).  Also buried at this cemetery is a child of Dora and Sylvester that was born and died on December 5, 1928 and buried in an unmarked grave.  Also buried there are John & Laura Harp.  John & Lloyd Harp were brother's and Laura and Julia Bradley were sister's. Harp Family at Old Union Cemetery

I am also trying to provide a photographic internet survey of the Old Union Christian Church Cemetery.  The following list will take you to my site

   Old Union Christian Church Cemetery

 

                                                                                        Thanks,
                                                                                             David Shannon

 

 

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