"This cemetery is located on the
old Jeffersontown Road, about 2 miles east of Middletown.
Chenoweth Run begins here on spot 150 yards east of old home
(still standing) with approx. 8 graves, the condition very
poor. This old log home is the Dr. Robert Miller
place. I have yet to find his grave. He was a doctor
in Floydsburg, Kentucky in 1830, and was chairman of Floydsburg's
first board of trustees. They met in Miller's home in
Floydsburg, on 30 Jan 1830 and chartered the town. The
Millers are not here but the Woodsmalls are. The Woodsmalls
are an Oldham County family. My father once owned the
Woodsmall place, one mile south of LaGrange." - Robert Foster
Johnson. Additional names were added to this cemetery
listing on 081606 from a listing found in "Middletown's
Days and Deeds; The Story of 150 Years of Living in an Old
Kentucky Town" book. Hence, the listing of the Miller
burials, even though the stones are obviously now gone.
Thomas Miller b. 1795 d. 1838
Pamella Miller b. 1825 d.
1842, daughter of Robert Miller
Ruth Maria Miller b. 1806 d.
1844, consort of Dr. Robert Miller
Dr. Robert Miller b. 16 Sep
1792 d. 17 Jul 1857, born in King William County, Virginia
William R. Miller b. 1804 d.
William T. H. Winlock b. 1812
d. 1851; M. D., son of Henry & Mary Winlock, born in Kentucky,
was graduated at Cincinnati Medical College in 1837; began
practice of medicine in Louisville.
Anthony Miller b. 1776 d.
1818, native of Virginia
Edwards Miller died in 1816.
Stephen M. Woodsmall b. 1826 d. 1886
Cynthia A. Baird b. 1826 d. 1886
Cynthia A. Baird wife of S. Woodsmall b. 1826
Sabina A. Woodsmall b. 1857 d. 1884
Mary A. Woodsmall b. 1854 d. 1883
James W. Woodsmall b. 1852 d. 1892
Sallie M. Woodsmall b. 1850 d. 1922
There is one lone grave on the old Tarbell
Farm. It lists Jane Womack, died 24 Aug 1855, wife of W. G.
Womack (Not sure why this listing was added to this
cemetery in the Middletown book, unless it was a single burial
which just happened to be close by. I leave it here as
originally written for the search engine to pick up the surname
for those researching such.)
John Miller was one of Middletown's first
trustees in 1799. He was a Revolutionary Soldier and was
granted 208 acres in Jefferson County by James Patton. The
writer believes this to be the John Miller farm and thinks Dr.
Robert Miller was the son or nephew of John Miller." This
excerpted from Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky,
Tennessee, and Virginia by Robert Foster Johnson for the
West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association.