History of the Restoration Movement


  Professor F. Varnshcin
 
1827-1877
  Professor In The College At Eminence, Kentucky
 
  Directions To The Grave of Prof. F. Varnshcin
 
Eminence Cemetery is located north of Shelbyville, Kentucky off I-64 (between Lexington and Louisville). Take State Hwy. 55 north. Just before entering the town of Eminence, the cemetery will be on the right. You will need to turn onto the side road to enter the cemetery. Once in the cemetery bear to the right and proceed to the southern end. As you bear around the southern end of the cemetery, look for a large stone with an angel on it. This is the W.S. & Lizzie Giltner monument. Just to the right (south) of the Giltner monument is the grave of Prof. F. Varnshcin. Also buried near this grave are the graves of Aylette and Sarah Raines.  
  GPS Location
38.3588710328682, -85.18095016479492
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See Obelisk to the Right of Angel Monument is the Grave of F. Varnshchin

 
  Special Thanks
 
The first time your webeditor visited the grave of W.S. Giltner, I was with my family on a week's vacation in Kentucky in 2001. Having never been to Eminence, we spent a good bit of time in the Emminence Cemetery looking for the Raines plot. In June, 2009 Tom L. Childers, C. Wayne Kilpatrick and Scott Harp traveled about 3000 miles in one week through parts of Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. During this time we found the graves of 75 church leaders in the Restoration Movement. Chronicling these leaders into websites has been time consuming. Many thanks to Tom and Wayne in helping to take photos, share the driving, and putting up with your web master's slave-driving effort to see as many as we did in the time we had. Their photos as well as some of mine are seen on this site.
 
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