The following is from Dan Dunham.
on correspondence with Dr. Talley in July of 2002, he writes the following
regarding the Bagby Graveyard:
Beside a shed across the road from the old Ort
farm between Quincy and St. Paul, Lewis County. All stones have fallen down and
some are broken. There are probably many more stones here buried in the soil. Copied
June 28, 1955 by William M. Talley and Howard Moore.
another graveyard on the Bagby farm: Bagby, Adda M., dau. of J. T. and M. F.
Bagby, born Sept. 3, 1864, died Jan. 21, 1866
The stone of Robert Bagby Sr. was found by James Vance in the summer of 1971
lying on the bank of the Ohio River opposite this farm.]
of these individuals were part of the Robert Bagby, Sr. family of Lewis County,
Kentucky who owned the farm.
James Thompson and Mary Elizabeth Spragg had six more children, one of whom, R.M. Bagby (Robert Middleton Bagby) was elected Senator from the 32nd District in Carter County, November 4, 1941.
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