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Nicholson Family Cemetery

This transcription was taken from a book found in the Shelby County Public Library entitled, "Cemetery Records of Kentucky, Volume I, Jefferson County, Part I" compiled by LTC Robert C. Jobson (ret).   Please email your coordinators if you have any questions or comments regarding this cemetery.

"Located on the Bryant Farm, one mile north of Hwy 55, one mile east of Fisherville.  Copied 1986." - Eastwood Road

 Name Dates Notes
 Nicholson, Elizabeth Shackleford  1773 - 1859  (stone has been placed in recent years)
 Nicholson, James S.  17 Jan 1796 - 11 Nov 1872  (James S. son of Elizabeth S., placed in recent years)
 Nicholson, Sarah J.  01 May 1825 - 18 Apr 1877  
 Nicholson, William  20 Sep 1798 - 19 Apr 1879  son of Elizabeth S.
 Nicholson, Jemima  23 Jun 1809 - 17 Jun 1883  his wife
 Nicholson, James L.  15 Oct 1839 - 31 Jan 1905  Father
 Nicholson, Ellen Hines  12 Feb 1846 - 31 Jan 1924  Mother
 Nicholson, William S.  12 Aug 1872 - 20 Feb 1953  Brother
 Nicholson, Cleo Clark  22 Dec 1874 - 08 Oct 1970  
 Nicholson, Caroline B.  02 Feb 1880 - 01 Apr 1964  Sister
 Norman, Kezia  02 May 1825 - 26 Dec 1863  wife of S. C.; daughter of William Nicholson; married 24 Oct 1847 in Jefferson County to Alexander W. Norman
 Norman, Franklin P.  12 Nov 1852 - 01 Jul 1859  son of S. C. & K
 Kennedy, Everett Lee  1897 - 1980  husband to Elizabeth Winsor
 Kennedy, Elizabeth Winsor  1897 - 1973  daughter of Mary Winsor
 Winsor, Mary N.  04 Sep 1870 - 15 Apr 1949  Mary N. Nicholson, sister of Cleo C. & Caroline B.

The following two burials are additional listings found at Interment.com

 Nicholson, John S.   30 Dec 1843 - 09 Mar 1846  son of James S. & Sarah, his wife (unmarked grave)
 Nicholson, Edward Lewis  02 Jun 1877 - 05 Feb 1958  son of James L. & Ellen Hines
Many thanks to Dianne for placing and giving additional information at the Interment.com site regarding names and relationships.   "The Nicholson family cemetery is on what was then called 'The Cedars'.  The land first coming into the possession of my Nicholson family ca 1820's and remained until my grandmother, Perrin Caruth Nicholson-Parfitt sold the land a few years before her death." - Dianne Parfitt

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