History of the Restoration Movement

William Clayton Bower
1878 - 1982

Taught in the College Of The Bible, Lexington, Kentucky. July 8, 1912 he was given the headship of the Bible Chair of Pedagogy.

In retirement years, an accomplished painter, some of which were made into stain glass and now hang in the Caneridge Meetinghouse

See Directions To Grave Here!

GPS Location
N38° 03.555' x WO 84° 30.502'
22 Ft. Accuracy
Grave Faces Southwest
Section J

Lexington Cemetery is one of the most beautiful old cemeteries in America. It is located on West Main Street heading away from downtown Lexington toward Leestown Pike. Turn right into the main entrance past the office. Stay on Main Avenue passing Henry Clay Monument on the left. Go until you pass section "K" then Section "J" will be the next section. About halfway just before you see a wedged shaped section "R," stop the car and go back a few rows in "J." Bower is just next to A.W. Fortune. (See Map Below)

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