Damon Miller Farm Cemetery

Highway 566

Hart County , Kentucky

Location: At Linwood on Hwy 31E, turn East onto Hwy 566 (aka Eve Highway) for 2.7 miles. Make a right turn into a long, gravel driveway to a brick house. Just beyond a gate behind the house in a pasture field are two stones which is all that remains of a once sizeable cemetery. The property is located high on a hill above and to the West of Lynn Camp Creek where it empties into Green River.

Provided by Dee Tapp and Edith Bastin


Given Name
CRUMP Rhoda (Crump)
23 Dec 1825
25 Feb 1855
d/o Archibald and Elizabeth (Harper) Crump
GARDNER Hannah (Watkins)
20 Jan 1800
30 Sep 1854
d/o James Watkins & Nancy Ann (Kennedy) Watkins - w/o Elisha Gardner
24 Aug 1860
20 Sep 1862
s/o W.M. & M. J. Hodges
BAILEY Elizabeth
24 Apr 1850
19 Jun 1869
w/o William Bailey
03 Jul 1865
21 Aug 1865
No surname or given name given

Comments: In the early 1800s, this property belonged to Elisha and Hannah (Watkins) Gardner. Elisha and later his son, James Heath Gardner, owned a mill at this location and just across the river at 300 Springs, they operated a tavern and an inn. During the Civil War, they sold the property to a man named Garvin. At some later time, it became the property of Damon and Agnes Miller and is now owned by Marshall Puckett.

Sources: Dee Tapp, Edith Bastin and Judge Roy A. Cann’s transcription in the book entitled Hart County Kentucky Cemetery Records Volume 4, Page 36, compiled by Sandra K. Gorin.

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