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Old Benge Cemetery, Clay County, Kentucky

“Old Benge Cemetery” is located on Euwell and Ann Rader’s farm at Fogertown, KY on Highway 472, between Burningsprings and London, KY. There are 68 identifiable graves with markers and others marked only with field stones.


Mosley, Darrel
12-29-1955
12-1-1970

Grimes, Angela L.
1967
1985

Mosley, Donna J.
4-29-1951
5-5-1951

Mosley, Kenneth J.
12-29-1954
10-11-1975

Mosley, Eldon
8-26-1910
7-19-1949

Mosley, Margaret N.
1884
1954

Mosley, William
1883
no date

Mosley, Richard
1905
1976
WWII Sgt. US Army

Mosley, Pearl Ison
9-13-1908
3-6-1986 Mother

One broken headstone – no name or date
Cornett, Daniel
11-14-1887
12-7-1892

Benge, John D.
7-22-1886
12-23-1957

Benge, Pitt
6-23-1923
3-16-1945
KY Pvt. 259 Inf 65 Div WW2

Benge, Sophia
12-30-1891
1-29-1938

Benge, Dock
11-8-1921
8-5-1930

Stivers, Joe
1904
1955

Stivers, Mae
1909
no date

Bowling, Jesse B.
1-31-1882
7-7-1882
Son of J.W. & Kittie Bowling

Castell (?), James E.
7-12-1889
8-13-1898

Powell, Bill
no date
1893

Powell, Elizabeth
no date
1896

Powell, Monroe
2-4-1914
6-22-1915
(Gone to Rest)

Powell, Lula C.(triple stone)
1898
1929
Powell, Roscoe
1890
1981
Powell, Susie M.
1908
no date
Two graves marked with field stones between row 3 and row 4

Anderson, John W.
4-11-1819
8-10-1889
In Memory Of

Powell, Grover
10-22-1940
12-19-1940
(Son of Herman & Alpha)

Powell, Lee W.
9-23-1943
12-30-1943
(Son of Herman & Alpha)

Fields, Beatrice (Our Baby)
Age 7 Mos
3-28-1926

Walden, Margaret
7-8-1834
11-10-1931

Walden, Nelson
10-4-1850
3-28-1913

Walden, Ben
8-15-1904
7-26-1910
(Son of Robert & Rachel)

Walden, Eugene
9-8-1927
3-11-1928
Son of Robert & Rachel
Sleep on sweet babe and take thy rest; God called thee home, He thought it best

Walden, Margaret
Sweetly Sleeping
5-23-1923
8-18-1931

Powell, Sarah F.
With Christ in Heaven
no dates

Powell, Henry C.
3-3-1884
10-20-1963
One grave marked with field stone No name or date

Rader, Randall M.
10-27-1941
6-19-1960

Mills, Rilla H.(double stone)
1895
1946
Mills Gilbert G.
1886
1961

House, Perry N.(double stone)
9-15-1864
5-30-1953

House, Bettie Cloyd
1-29-1872
4-13-1959

White, Roy (still born)
4-30-1938
4-30-1938

White, Juanita Mills
8-10-1916
5-8-1977

Greer, Thomas
1-25-1862
11-17-1919
(Thomas Greer and his 5 children sleep here)

Johnson, William
Our Father
5-18-1850
8-11-1922
Gone But Not Forgotten

Muncy, Nancy
Our Mother
5-8-1860
8-3-1935
She was The Sunshine of Our Home

Muncy, W. J.
1-30-1863
6-17-1941
Our Father
At Rest

Stivers, Robert
Father
10-21-1895
9-17-1974
Gone From Our Home But Not From Our Hearts

Stivers, James
11-9-1893
7-5-1962
Kentucky PFC HQ Co. 50 Inf. WW1

Parker, Zilphia
1810
6-10-1888

Parker, Alfred
1803
11-18-1862
One grave marked with a field stone No name of dates

Chesnut, William
3-5-1811
1-29-1893

Chesnut, Elizabeth
6-15-1809
4-24-1893
Gone But Not Forgotten

Huston, Martha
9-17-1846
2-3-1934
A Precious One From Us Is Gone

Huston Jr.
2-2-1850
10-9-1939
Dear Dad How We Miss You
One grave marked with a field stone No name or dates

Benge, Margaret
11-22-1804
10-24-1884
Wife of L. E. Benge
A Precious One From Us Has Gone; A Voice We Loved Stilled;
A Place Is Vacant In Our Home Which Never Will Be Filled.

Clark, Sarah Hicks
12-15-1781
9-7-1811
Wife of Francis Clark
Married Dec. 11, 1798
Aged 29 yrs. 8 mos. & 20 days
Four or five graves in this same area marked with field stones. No names or dates. On one stone next to Sarah Hicks Clark a “C” was readable; nothing more.
Could this be a child of Sarah Hicks Clark and Francis Clark Jr. or could it be the grave site of Francis Clark Jr?
The grave of Sarah Hicks Clark is dominated by a granite slab which covers the entire grave. Over the years the slab has broken, however, all the words can still be read!

Cornett, Margie
2-29-1876
?-?-1877

Stivers, E. W.
2-14-1862
3-18-1919
“Gone But Not Forgotten”

Stivers, Margaret (Since a rose bush is growing on the grave and pushed the stone over, we could not read dates!)

Stivers, Watt
1-23-1897
9-30-1918
“A Soldier Boy Died in The Service”

Stivers, Sarah Ann
“Mother”
3-28-1863
12-26-1937
“Mother How We Miss You”

Stivers, George
4-4-1895
11-18-1942
“Farewell, Untill We Meet Again”

Stivers, Callie
10-24-1901
4-28-1957
“Absent Here But Present With The Lord

Young, Allen Dale
11-29-1937
12-1-1937

Young, Stanley
1-20-1914
7-2-1939
One Large Stone With “Young”

Lewis, Ray
3-28-1917
4-23-1919
Morgan Samuel D.
2-5-1904
7-25- ?
Pennington Bettie
?-26-1853?
no date

Cemetery recorded by: Elsie Wilson Phillips and Mollie Wilson Taber, 11-2-1996

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