George Redmon Family Cemetery
LaRue County, Kentucky
This listing was contributed by Edward Benningfield [email@example.com].
Total records = 6.
Copied in Summer 1998
(Hodgenville map, Section 22-N-47 Carter coordinates) This small cemetery
is located just northeast of White City, about 1000 feet north of the
end of Joe Brown road. The cemetery is on a hill just south of Abraham
Lincoln’s boyhood home on Knob Creek. Abe’s younger brother is buried
here. This is on the old Redmon farm and in the early days was on the
wagon road to Hodgen’s Mill. The old Redmon family spring and the old
road can still be seen.
- Edward Benningfield
Lincoln, Tommy – 1811 – 1815 (B. S. A. Post 15, Des Moines,
Iowa, Aug. 1959) This tombstone takes the place of a fieldstone that
had the inscription "T. L."
Morgan, Nancy Redmon – (wife of Charles Morgan) ca. 1805 – Died
20 April 1839 at age 34 years and 4 months
Redmon, Ann – 13 Jan. 1803 – 10 March 1852
Redmon, Delilah Perceiful – (wife of George) 16 March 1779 –
6 June 1857
Redmon, George – ca. 1777 – Died 1 March 1847 at 69 years, 8
Redmon, George P. – (Hus. of Delania Thompson & Elizabeth
Gollaher) 2 Nov. 1810 – 20 April 1860 (marriage records for marriages)
Probably a playmate of Abraham Lincoln since they were neighbors.
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