Clay County, Kentucky Cemeteries

Clay County Cemeteries at Kentucky Genealogy

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  1. Do you have any records of more than one Hacker cemetery I have found the records for Hacker Cemetery number six But cannot find a grave for Luther Hacker but cannot find a grave for Luther Hacker One of my relatives visited the grave so I know it exist but cannot find it online

    1. I have Luther’s gravestone in the Hacker-Bowling cemetery, which is listed in ‘Find a Grave.’ But, Luther’s headstone is not listed although my cousin found and photographed the headstone two years ago. Are you referring to Luther Hacker born about 1885 died about 1937 father of 12.? He is my grandfather.

  2. I have a picture of Adoniram Allen 1734-1838 headstone from Find A Grave.
    It listed Laurel Point Cemetery, but that cemetery is not listed on your Clay
    County cemeteries. Has the name changed? In what town is Laurel Point Cemetery

  3. Jerald F Jacobs

    I have been told my Jacobs came from Kentucky. I also heard there was an Indian Tribe named Jacobs who migrated from S. Carolina and settled in Kentucky. Can any of this be verified?

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