The Soldiers  

David Irwin Lowrey


Samuel Craig Lowrey

Revolutionary War Soldiers

  • Robert Black
  • Peter January
  • Ephraim January
  • Walter Cunningham


Civil War Soldiers

Among the Civil War Soldiers buried at Ebenezer are David and Samuel Lowrey. They were privates in Company B of the 8th Regiment of the Kentucky Cavalry and are descendants of Ebenezer's founding families.

David Irwin Lowrey was captured by Union forces in Mount Sterling, Kentucky on February 25, 1863. He was detained at Camp Butler in Illinois and died at age 22

Samuel Craig Lowrey was captured in Salineville, Ohio along with John Hunt Morgan on July 28, 1863. He died at age 24. The photograph was taken in Camp Douglas, a prisoner-of-war camp near Chicago, Illinois.

Send us your stories and photos

If you have photos or stories of soldiers buried in Ebenezer Cemetery we invite you to submit them by email: Contact Webmaster

Or you may write to the Ebenezer Cemetery Association:

Doris Marksbury, Treasurer
Ebenezer Cemetery Association
1661 Chandler Lane
Lexington, Kentucky 40504

 


In 1999, the Revolutionary War Soldiers interred at Camp Nelson and the many others throughout Jessamine County, were celebrated in a county-wide Revolutionary War Soldier's Grave Tour.

Ebenezer Presbyterian Church
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Jessamine County, Kentucky


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