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Re: Has anyone transcribed the Butler Cemetery at Beaufort?
Posted by: Marc Houseman (ID *****9127) Date: October 21, 2007 at 10:34:17
In Reply to: Has anyone transcribed the Butler Cemetery at Beaufort? by Jan LaMotte of 632

The Butler Cemetery was transcibed by many different people, as long ago as the 1950s. There are no Butlers buried there. The cemetery is more commonly known as the Adams-Butler Cemetery. Mostly Adamses and their relatives are buried there. The Butler name comes from a medical doctor who owned the property on which the cemetery is located. Dr. Butler and his immediate family are buried at the St. Gertrude Catholic Cemetery at Krakow, Franklin County. There chances are extremely slim that the Butlers you are searching for would be buried at Adams-Butler. Although I cannot tell you where they are buried, at least you can scratch this cemetery off of your list. Hope this helps!

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