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Shaw Cemetery
LaRue County, Kentucky

This listing was contributed by Edward Benningfield [knobcreekboy@mindspring.com].  Total records = 15.

(Hodgenville map, Section 5-M-46 Carter coordinates) The cemetery is located just south of the old Sonora road in trees on a hill behind the Hodgenville Elementary School. It is just east of the Lincoln Parkway. My informant, Stanley Goodin Sr., states that burials here started about 1909. This is according to a deed in the local courthouse. Mr. Goodin has relatives buried here. Several of the old tombstones have been removed and thrown in a ditch. I suspect that there is at least 20 graves not marked. (Not on maps)

- Edward Benningfield

Cox, Henry � Died at age 62 years on 30 Dec. 1922* (DC) (son of E. & Sarah Cox) certificate states only that he is buried at Hodgenville, so he could be at the Hubbard cemetery
Cox, James C. � no dates (USN WWII) (2 metal funeral home markers, one on each side of James, no names or dates)
Freeman, Suzie Hill � Died 25 Nov. 1949
Garrett, Lizz � wooden cross (no dates)
Garrett, Stanley � wooden cross (no dates)
Goodin, Albert Sr. � wooden cross (no dates) 9 July 1909 � March 1977* (SS)
Goodin, Mary � (next to Albert) wooden cross
Kelley, Eliza � (wife of John) 1853 � 1913
Kelley, John A. � 1838 � 1917 (within concrete block wall)
Owens, Ida � (metal marker, no dates)
Rhodes, Carilla Cox � 1906 -
Rhodes, James � 1896 � 1968
Tinker, Fannie � (dau. of John Tinker) 3 Jan. 1905 � 29 Jan. 1913* (DC) (certificate says buried at Hodgenville, so she could be in Hubbard cem.)
Tinker, George Wallace � 1878 � 1960
Tinker, Richard � 1893 � 1919 (Died at Camp Taylor)

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