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Hourigan Cemetery at Haysville, Marion County, Kentucky

Hourigan Cemetery at Haysville, Marion County, Kentucky

Karen Caldwell (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jul 2003 2:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hourigan, Bagwell, Followell, Graham, Green, Hale, Hays, Jones, Lanham, McCarty, Merritt, Myers,
I am working on a web site honoring those who are buried at the Hourigan Cemetery at Haysville, Marion County, Kentucky. If you are interested or have a family member there please contact me. This Hourigan family are descendants of Patrick Hourigan, Revolutionary War Soldier.

http://www.geocities.com/hourigancemetery/index.html

Other surnames are: Bagwell, Followell, Graham, Green, Hale, Hays, Jones, Lanham, McCarty, Merritt, Myers, Overstreet, Roberson/Robertson, Rollins, Shewmaker, Suratt, Tatum, Taylor, Whitehouse



Re: Hourigan Cemetery at Haysville, Marion County, Kentucky

Posted: 12 Sep 2010 1:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: brockman, hourigan
I was wondering if you could help me, I am looking for information on a Richard N, Hourigan born about 1940 in Marion County Ky, I believe his mothers name was Frances and his father possibly Clever. You can contact me at jimandjoesice@insightbb.com

Thank you,

Brittany McFarland

Re: Hourigan Cemetery at Haysville, Marion County, Kentucky

Posted: 24 Dec 2011 4:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hourigan
I don't have information on Robert or any of Cleaver and Frances Hourigan's children, but I do have info on Cleaver. He was the son of Samuel Tilden Hourigan and Mattie Powars. Cleaver was born May 8, 1912 in Marion County. The family lived first near Gravel Switch and later in Lebanon. Samuel Tilden Hourigan (my great uncle) was born July 29, 1876 and died May 10, 1959. Mattie Powars Hourigan was born March 11, 1888, and died Jan. 21, 1972. They are both buried in the Hourigan Cemetery behind Beech Fork Baptist Church in Gravel Switch. For more information on the Hourigan Family, see my database on Rootsweb, CWAncestors. I remember "Uncle Sam" well -- he was born near the country's 100th birthday and the whole family knew him as Uncle Sam. Even his mailbox was designed as "Uncle Sam."
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