History of the Restoration Movement


  Lafayette Carmine
 
1880-1954
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  Directions To The Grave of Lafayette Carmine
 

From New Circle Road
(Rt. 4):
Traveling on New Circle Road, exit at Leestown Road and head east. Travel eastbound across the overpass at which point The Lexington Cemetery will be located to your left. Drive about a quarter of a mile to arrive at the Main Gate to The Lexington Cemetery.

From Downtown Lexington (Main Street): From anywhere in Downtown Lexington, drive westbound on Main Street past the Lexington Center/Rupp Arena and Triangle Park, Mary Todd Lincoln Home and the Salvation Army on the left. Main Street becomes Leestown Road past the downtown area. Pass Georgetown Street, traveling in the right lane, and you will arrive at the Main Gate to The Lexington Cemetery.

From I-64/75: Traveling on I-64/75 exit at ramp 115 to Newtown Pike (Rt. 922). Travel southbound until you reach Main Street. Turn right (west) onto Main Street. Traveling in the right lane, you will arrive at the main gate to The Lexington Cemetery. Carmine is buried in Section T.

Lexington Cemetery
833 West Main Street
Lexington, KY 40508
(859) 255-5522
Section T
See Cemetery Map Here

 

GPS Location
38.05851203273805, -84.51198175549507


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Scott Harp At The Grave Of Lafayette Carmine.
Robert Milligan is buried in the same section-look in the distance under "Section T" sign.


CARMINE
Lafayett 1880-1954
Minnie Asher 1888-1979

 
 

Photos Taken May, 2011
Courtesy of Scott Harp
www.TheRestorationMovement.com

Special Thanks to C. Wayne Kilpatrick & Tom L. Childers for assisting in the taking of the photos on this page.

 
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