Marion County, Kentucky
The area was first settled in 1789, Marion County was formed from Washington County in 1834 and was named for Revolutionary War General Francis Marion. Marion County is also a center of Kentucky history, found in such places as the Holy Cross Church, which dates back to 1823, and the Loretto Motherhouse, dating back to 1812.
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||Brewer, George W.
||Brewer, James T.
||Burton, Judge Robert A.
||Chambron, Christopher C.
||Cleaver, William Wells, M.D.
||Cooper, Samuel S.
||Dedman, Phil T.
||Doom, Ben P.
||Fennessy, Rev. David
|fogle478.txt||Fogle, Robert Hammett 1788 - 1884
|head250gbs.txt||Head, Victor E. 30 1841 - unknown||05-08-2005||Sandi Gorin|
|healy277gbs.txt||Healy, John unknown - unknown||06-09-2005||Sandi Gorin|
|hill33bs.txt||Hill, Clement S. February 13, 1813 - unknown||07-19-2005||Sandi Gorin|
||Hopper, James W.
|knott476.txt||Knott, J. Proctor||07-10-2008||Alice Warner|
|mcelroy358gbs.txt||Mcelroy, Paul Irving October 9, 1822 -||6-2006||Sandi Gorin|
||Ridge, Joseph C.
|weatherf498.txt||Weatherford, William S.||06-02-2009||J. Robison|
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