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Old Hootentown Cemetery

Courtesy Tamara Ryles, March 16, 2007

 

These are in a graveyard behind our house at Old Hootentown.  Will post the only standing readable stone.  The rest are tipped in whitewash so you can see the fieldstones better.  I have two others I have to clear.  A Mary Burton and a Taylor. 

(HOOTEN CEMETARY)= (SAME CEMETERY AS THEODORE HOOTEN)

 

           =  BEVERLY HOOTEN DIED OCT. 6 1933 (THEODORES FATHER)

           = MIRIAH HOOTEN DIED 1908 (BEVERLYS MOTHER)


(BURTON/TAYLOR CEMETARY)=

          = BABY EMBRY= CHILD OF SARAH AND JACK EMBRY                                    
          = PRUITT BURTON DIED 1953

          =MARY BURTON 1928

          =ZEDIE BURTON DIED NOV.1ST 1942

          =WILLIAM F. TAYLOR KY QUARTERMASTER WWII

             BORN MAY 7 1918 DIED JUNE 8 1961  

 

Theodore Hooten

Kentucky, TEC 5, Engineer, World War 2 Born September1 1919 Died March 13 1945

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