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|The Clark Cemetery is on Hwy 307 South of Bill Humphrey Road and across the street from the New Bethel Church. The cemetery sits on a hill surrounded by corn fields. I was told that the land was donated by Silas Clark.|
|Mt. Moriah Cemetery||Mt. Moriah Cemetery is located on Hwy 58 (also called Mayfield Rd.) on the corner of Hodge Road, approximately 4 miles East of Clinton. The cemetery is on both sides of Hwy 58. Some stones have sunk deep into the ground on the side of the road where the Mt. Moriah church is and I tried to photograph a few that will obviously be completely buried soon.|
|Oakwood Methodist Cemetery||Oakwood Methodist Cemetery is located at the intersection of Hwys. 123 & 239 between Oakton and Clinton.|
|Columbus City Cemetery||Columbus City Cemetery is
located right outside of the Columbus-Belmont
State Park. The park was the site of a Civil War battle and the cemetery has a mass grave of the soldiers from both Army's located in it.
|Pleasant Level Cemetery||
Located 1 1/2 miles southeast of Columbus, Kentucky on State Route 58, then north and east on Resin Road, approximately 1 mile at Bowles Creek (this road could have been originally , The Columbus - Springhill road according to a local genealogist). It is situated on a knoll on the present day farm of Connie and Betty Keene.
|Zion Methodist Cemetery||Zion Methodist Cemetery is
located on Hwy. 123 between Columbus and
Oakton. When leaving Columbus the cemetery will be on your left.
|Old Columbus Cemetery||The Old Columbus Cemetery as transcribed by Freda Bolin|