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Garred House - Property Tour
Rt. 23, Lawrence Co. KY
























Information


Picture No. 1 shows Garred Chapel with cemetery.

Burials
# 1
Infant
James G. Garred
Sep. 24, 1983

# 2
Garred

Virginia Carleton........Emery William
Nov. 7, 1909.............Nov. 15, 1912
Oct. 10, 2001............Feb. 27, 1979
Parents of

Carleton...........David Carleton........Lee Ann
Infant.............Aug. 5, 1941..........May 30, 1944
July 25, 1939

# 3
Garred

Jennie E...............Lee A.
1873-1943............1865-1946
Parents of

Ulysees V.......E. Rebecca......Nancy G.
1894-1979.....1??6-1972.....1898-1961

Bernard P.....Mathew D.....Isodore M.
1900-1990.....1901-1960....1905-1963

Zella K.............Lou Ella.......E. William
1907-1988.....1911-1918....1912-1979

# 4
Felix Garred
Born
Dec. 24, 1960
Died
Dec. 16, 1892
Jesus while our hearts are bleeding
Over the spoils that death has won
We should at this solemn meeting
Calmly say Thy will be done

# 5
Corrida J.
Dau. of
Owen Garred
Died
Aug. 30, 1856
Aged
2 years 7[?] days

# 6
Carleton, son of
E. W. & Virginia
Garred
July 25, 1939

# 7
Rebecca Peck
Wife of Owen Dyer
Born Nov. 30, 1809
Died Jan. 1, 1902
Jesus is the truth, the way that leads you home.

# 8
Frances Mead
Aug. 10, 1873
Feb. 12, 1943

# 9
Ardelia Meade
1877-1956

# 10
Louella
Daughter of
L. A. & Jennie E.
Garred
Born Aug. 10, 1911
Died June 22, 1918

# 11
David W. Garred
Born July 1, 1823
Died April 26, 1908
Rest husband, father
sweetly rest,
Thy toils on earth are over,
May holy angels crown the blest
upon that peaceful shore

# 12
Nancy
W. Dyer
Wife of David
W. Garred
Jan. 12, 1832
Sept. 28, 1924
Mother of Isodore M.
Onolda Z.
Owen D.
Corilda
Arnoldus J.
Bernard P.
Felix
Michael W. M.
Lee A. And
Ulysees A. Garred


Read and documented by:
Marlitta H. Perkins
March 15, 2003

Picture No. 2 is the Garred Family Cemetery, in the bottom near the main house.

Burials
1)
Jannie
wife of
J. P. McClure
Died
Dec. 13, 1884
Aged
27ys, 10ms, 24 ds
"The pains of death are past
labor and sorrow ceased
and life's long warfare closed at last
our Soul is found in peace"

2)
Lydia
wife of
U. Garred
Died
Oct. 2, 1880
Aged
49 ys, 10ms, 5 ds
"Weep not father and children for me
For I am waiting in glory for thee"

3)
Ulysees Garred
Born
Aug. 21, 1813
Died
Nov. 28, 1888

4)
Emma Garred
Wife of
V. E. Muncy
Born
July 4, 1865
Died
Oct. 30, 1893

[On the same stone at bottom:]
Infant daughter
of
V.E. Muncy

5)
John K.
son of
Ulysees + Lydia
Garred
Born
July 12, 1859
Died
Oct. 28, 1860 [?]

6)
David
son of
U + L. Garred
Died
July 18, 1870
Aged
1 yr, 2ms, 27 ds

7)
Mabel
dau. of
M. F. + Julia
Garred
Died
June 12, 1883
Aged
6ms, 19ds

8)
Millard F. Garred
Born May 2, 1854
Died
August 2, 1890

The graves are layed out in this manner [see corresponding numbers above for burials]:

5 6 7 8

4 3 2 1

Recorded by: Marlitta H. Perkins, April 25, 2004


Picture No. 3 shows some of the former service buildings behind the main house. From the early days on until the beginning of the 20th Century, the farm was self-sustaining, with a blacksmith shop, harness & leather shop, etc. [destroyed]

Picture No. 4 shows the old chicken coop, built from logs. [destroyed]

Picture No. 5 shows the hogshed, built in the old style. [destroyed]

Picture No. 6 shows the front of the house, as of October 23, 2009.

Picture No. 7 shows the barn in the bottom behind the main house, as of October 23, 2009.

Images by Marlitta H. Perkins