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Dozier Cemetery
Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Lat: 36° 57' 00"N, Lon: 83° 56' 20"W

Rte 1527, 1/2 mile from intersection of Hwy 25E North, at Owens Hollow. Mr. Castle has the house & land adjoining the cemetery in 1997.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 19.

Contributor's Index:

Branstutter, Atamay, no dates, erected by brother Thomas, [MH]
Branstutter, Neuil, no dates, erected by brother Thomas, [MH]
Branstutter, Richard T. , b. 22 Jun 1891, d. 7 Apr 1918, h/o Nancy Jane Dozier, Erected by son Thomas Branstutter, [MH]
Chance, Stephen, b. 1810 Lee Co, VA, d. bef. 1870, m. Mary Minton 4 Feb 1827,s/o John, [MH]
Chance, Simon, d. 26 Sep 1872,s/o Stephen, [MH]
Dozeer, Sarah, b. NC, d. Jun 1859, age 68yr, [MH]
Dozier, Finley , b. 13 Dec 1885, d. 9 Aug 188?, near Nannie Dozier grave marker, [MH]
Dozier, W. A. (William Andrew), d. 8 Oct 1955, age 80yr, f/o Nancy Jane Dozier, [MH]
Dozier, Cate, d. Mar 1, 1872, d/o James & Eliza, [MH]
Dozier, Cora Mae , b. 1904, d. 1904, Sister, [MH]
Dozier, Eliza Melvina (Cain), b. Jan 1827, d. Aug 1907, w/o James W.H., m. 2 Oct 1843, [MH]
Dozier, George, b. 1858, d. 1867,s/o James & Eliza, [MH]
Dozier, Ider G, b. 6 Oct 1879, d. 28 Nov 1912, Mother (Ida Belle Gibson), [MH]
Dozier, James W. H., b. 6 Jan 1821, d. 21 Oct 1881, h/o Eliza Cain, m. 2 Oct 1843, [MH]
Dozier, Nannie E , b. 18 Dec 1862, d. 18 Jul 1952, (Nancy Emaline), d/o James & Eliza, [MH]
Dozier, Sarah Ann (Frazier), b. ca 1791, d. 22 Jun 1859, [MH]
Dozier, Thomas, d. Apr 04, 1838, from Bible, [MH]
Eagle, Jewell R. , b. 25 Feb 1925, d. 2 Nov 1950, d/o Owen & Leauna?, [MH]
Eagle, Owen, no dates, h/o Lauena Dozier, m. 20 Dec 1919, [MH]

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