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Wooldridge Monuments

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Wooldridge Monuments

Mayfield, Kentucky

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18 figure group of sandstone and Italian marble monuments, "The Strange Procession That Never Moves". Henry G. Wooldridge, a horse trader who moved to Mayfield around 1840 chose to commemorate his family, pets and himself with life-sized statues grouped around his tomb. His tomb and a memorial shaft of the Wooldridge family complete the unusual grouping of monuments on the cemetery lot.

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Directions
From the Jackson Purchase Parkway (Julian Carroll) take Exit 25, onto Hwy. 45 S. Travel south through the first stoplight up the Veterans Memorial Bridge. At the base of the bridge, take a left (one way street) to the base of the hill and turn into Maplewood Cemetery, through the gates. Corner of Lockridge & N 6th Street.
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Lockridge Street
Mayfield, KY 42066

Region: Western Waterlands
Phone: 270-247-6101
Alt Phone: 270-247-6101
Fax: 270-247-6110
Website: www.mayfieldtourism....
Email: tourism@mayfieldcham...

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