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Baldwin - Wash Cemetery

This cemetery is located in Franklin County in the Union Ridge, Hamilton Lane, Hall Road triangle of north
eastern Franklin County.  The cemetery is located next to the log house that was occupied by the Baldwin
family until the 1920's.  The property is owned by the Michael Lynd estate.  Mr. Lydn's widow lives in
Lexington, Kentucky. This cemetery was not recorded in Church and Family Graveyards of Franklin
County, Kentucky, 1976.

 A survey was made on April 28, 2007 by David Misenheimer

Baldwin Home

Baldwin - Wash Cemetery

Marked Stones in Cemetery

B. F. Baldwin
May 4, 1817
May 19, 1885

Jane w/o Thomas S. Baldwin
July 26, 1848
Aug 19, 1875

James W. Baldwin and Alpha J. his wife
June 26, 1838      Feb 27, 1844
     Oct 3, 1902      May 10, 1916 

Granville Baldwin
Sept 28, 1814
Aug 4, 1879

D. Russell Wash s/o T & SJ Wash
Sept 29, 1881
Feb 23, 1900

Addie B. Wash d/o T & SA Wash
May 16, 1880
May 20, 1880

Julia F. Wash d/o Thomas & Sarah
Sept 26, 1873
Oct 27, 1874

s/o T & SJ Wash
Died Apl 18, 1885

John H. Wash
1869 - 1907

Johnnie B. Wash
1908 - 1911

Ottis Wash
1895 - 1910

Thomas Wash
Oct 1, 1836
May 16, 1906

Sarah J. Wash w/o Thomas
May 15, 1842
Oct 30, 1919

Mary Alice Wash
Oct 10, 1871
Jan 25, 1898

w/o Silas Douthard
Died Jan 2, 1864, Aged 85 years

Mildred w/o D.G. Bledsoe
Oct 4, 1815
Sept 5, 1890

Sallie Boots was born in Queen Anne's County, Maryland.  She was the daughter of Bartes and
Rachel Newman Boots. Sallie married first, James Baldwin and had children; Bartes, who
married Hannah Gatewood; Rachel, wife of John Page; Andrew, who married Rebecca Sacry;
Warren, who married Judah Green (widow of Presley Hampton); Granville, who married Nancy
Sacry and Benjamin Franklin. James Baldwin died between 1817-1821 and Sallie Boots Baldwin
married second Silas Douthard (Douhitt).  She died January 2, 1864. Silas may be buried in this
cemetery. There are several rocks close to her stone.

Sarah Jane Baldwin, daughter of Granville and Nancy Sacry Baldwin, married Thomas Wash. A
number of the Wash children are buried here.

Thomas S. Baldwin married Delania Jane Bledsoe, daughter of David C. and Mildred Bledsoe.  
She and her mother, Mildred Bledsoe, wife of D.C. Bledsoe is also buried here.

The Frankfort Roundabout - Saturday, July 17, 1886
Died, -- At Woodlake last Saturday at noon, of flux, Mrs. Jesse Wash, in her 29th year. She
leaves a husband and 3 small children, the youngest only 7 months old, and a host of relatives
and friends to mourn her loss.  She was a kind and affectionate wife and mother and was beloved
by all who knew her. She was a devoted Christian, a memner of the Reform Church. Her faith was
strong at all times and under all circumstances. She never doubted that Jesus was ready and
willing to save, and she trusted him to the last. Her funeral was preached by Rev. C.  L. Ford,
at the residence of Mr. C. Murphy, two and a half miles from Stamping Ground, on Cedar Pike,
after which the remains were interred in the family burying ground at the same place.

The Frankfort News - Wednesday, July 7, 1909
Mrs. Nancy Wash Dies Of Her Infirmities
Mrs. Nancy Wash, mother of Harvey S. Wash, of this city, died at the home of her son Thomas
Wash at Stamping Ground Tuesday at twelve o'clock.
Mrs. Wash was eighty-two years of age and her death resulted from the infirmities of age. She
was a beloved Christian woman and very charitable.  She is survived by the following children;
Thomas Wash of Stamping Ground; Harvey, of this city; Sim B., of Wayne City, Illinois; Jesse,
Elmville; Mrs. Fannie Mefford of Windfall, Indiana.
The funeral took place this afternoon at two o'clock from the residence and the remains will be
interred in the family burying ground three miles from Stamping Ground.

Please contact me if you can verify this to be the final resting place of Jesse and Nancy Wash

Submitted by: David Misenheimer



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