Oak Grove Road, Rowan County, Kentucky

Location of Cemeteries:

From Morehead, take Rt. 519 (Clearfield Road) to Oak Grove Road (Rt. 1167), left on Oak Grove Road about 4.5 miles to Quesinberry Road, turn right on Quesinberry Road, cemeteries are about 1/4 mile on the right.

[The Rowan County Historical Society lists these as three separate cemeteries, but they all had exactly the same location instructions.]

Quesenberry Cemetery #1:

Name   Born     Died   Stone Notes
Hunt, Ulysus (Butch) 27 Dec 1933 10 Oct 1988 SS "Rest in Peace"
Quesinberry, Sarah J. 2 Oct 1910 8 Oct 1979 SS "Our loving mother"
Sloan, Lornella 12 Dec 1931 16 Nov 1995 SS "Gone away with a friend"

Quesenberry Cemetery #2:

Name   Born     Died   Stone Notes
Hanes, Alla 6 Apr 1901 13 Aug 1986 SS  
Justice, Isabelle S. 1908 1943 SS "Our Loving Mother"
Quesinberry, Andrew
Quesinberry, Isabelle
30 Mar 1870
10 Jun 1875
11 Mar 1940
DS : H
DS : W
"Father" [Husband of Isabelle Quesinberry]
"Mother" [Wife of Andrew Quesinberry]
Quesinberry, Asa 2 Mar 1939 22 Mar 1939 SS  
Quesinberry, Elzie 10 Mar 1915 25 May 1992 SS "Veteran, Tec 5, US Army, WWII"
Quesinberry, J. D. 3 Nov 1949 25 May 1984 SS "SP4 US Army, Vietnam" [Bronze Marker]
Quesinberry, Lee 14 Jan 1895 10 May 1979 SS "Rest in peace"
Quesinberry, Louise 15 Jan 1896 10 Mar 1939 SS "Mother"
"Rest in Peace"
Quesinberry, Oliver 7 Sep 1842 9 Feb 1918 SS "Co G, 54 Reg, VA Inf, CSA"
Quesinberry, Roy 10 Apr 1897 24 Mar 1982 SS  
Quesinberry, Ruby 1922 1923 SS  
Stidom, Jason 17 May 1870 30 Apr 1948 SS "Father"
"Dying is but Going Home"
Stidom, Serena 9 Jun 1873 5 Nov 1945 SS  
Walker, Elizabeth Rose 7 Apr 1990 29 May 1991 SS  

Quesinberry Cemetery #3:

Name   Born     Died   Stone Notes
Quesinberry, Andrew [      ] 1997 PLK  


This cemetery listing is authored by the Rowan County Kentucky Historical Society. It is one of over 375 cemetery surveys available in book or CD format from the Society.

Page design and graphics by Teri Pettit. The titling font used in the cemetery name plaques is Adobe Trajan Bold, designed by Carol Twombly.

Source of Information:

Survey of the cemeteries.


The Historical Society and specifically the Cemetery Committee, wishes to acknowledge and extend a special thanks to Jewell Moore of Morehead, Rowan County, Kentucky for her work in inventorying these cemeteries on 1 Sep 1997, and to Dewie E. Black of LaBelle, Florida for the documentation.

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