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Little Barren Cemetery
Green County, Kentucky

Lat: 37°07'41"N, Lon: 85°37'09"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 14.

Contributor's Index:

Coffey, Herbert, b. Oct 6, 1911, d. Sep 28, 1962, son of James Lincoln & Laura Mae (Hines) Coffey, [JA]
Coffey, Orva, b. Apr 17, 1916, d. Apr 5, 1992, dau. of Olie & Mary (Thompson) Jones) Wife of Herbert Coffey, [JA]
Jones, Betty Lou, b. Oct 21, 1928, d. May 7, 1983, dau. of Dexter R. & Catherine (Black) Baker, Wife of Harold Jones, [JA]
Jones, Delbert, b. Jan 9, 1898, d. Jul 4, 1975, son of James William & Amanda (Wheeler) Jones, [JA]
Jones, Frank W., b. Jun 18, 1914, d. Apr 19, 1998, son of Olie and Mary L.(Thompson) Jones, [JA]
Jones, Garland, b. May 17, 1902, d. Mar 25, 1963, son of James William & Amanda (Wheeler) Jones, [JA]
Jones, Guy, b. Feb. 8, 1907, d. Jan 2, 1974, son of James William & Amanda (Wheeler) Jones , [JA]
Jones, Harold C., b. Aug 11, 1923, d. Apr 6, 1998, son of Olie B & Mary (Thompson) Jones, [JA]
Jones, Hattie, Young), b. Aug 8, 1901, d. Dec. 14, 1989, [JA]
Jones, Henry E., b. May 11, 1925, d. no date, son of Olie B & Mary Thompson Jones, [JA]
Jones, Herman Wayne, b. Jun 23, 1927, d. Jan 7, 1988, son of Ole B & Mary (Thompson) Jones, [JA]
Jones, Margie Dale, b. Jul 15, 1916, d. no date,, dau. of Eugene Edward & Maude (Piece) South, Wife of Frank Jones, [JA]
Jones, Ollie G., b. Aug 9, 1905, d. Jan 11, 1965, dau. of Roy A. & Little Belle (Morgan) Thompson, Wife of Garland Jones, [JA]
Jones, Ruby M., b. Jun 5, 1927, d. no date, Wife of Henry Jones, [JA]
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