Pack Church & Cemetery
Charley, Lawrence County, Kentucky

The Pack Cemetery is located off Route 23 south to Route 1760. Go through Charley and take the left fork, going about 2 miles to the Pack Church. The cemetery is on top of the hill on the ride side of the road just past the church.

The Little Blaine Church, a United Baptist Church, is also known as the Pack Church. It was established in 1841 and was built from the timber taken from land owned by the Pack family. The land and the church were donated by the family, being deeded to require that the church be used at least once a year or the property was to return to the Pack heirs. The property is now in the hands of the Historical Society, after a local farmer attempted to buy it to use as a barn. A Pack Reunion is held on the grounds every year on Father's Day.

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Little Blaine Church,
"Pack Church"
(click for full view)



Known Graves in Pack Cemetery
NAMEDATE OF BIRTHDATE OF DEATH
George Washington Pack1844April 26, 1923
Infant Millerunkunk
Delila Moore PackAugust 15, 1834November 11, 1902
Alafair Austin Stidamunkunk
Ethel P. PackMarch 13, 1900July 25, 1905
Jeff PackMay 13, 1903September 2, 1970
Mary Ethel Pack19391940
Hobart ThompsonApril 3, 1915January 5, 1978
Dixie PackOctober 10, 1899October 7, 1900
Arthur PackMay 20, 1909September 21, 1913
Maggie Price Pack18711907
Merdia PackSeptember 4, 1871March 26, 1942
Gypsy Thompson PackMay 31, 1891March 6, 1944
Sandra PackJuly 13, 1959July 13, 1959
Ethel Pack ThompsonJanuary 29, 1919April 9, 1982
Graydon PackMarch 15, 1927May 28, 1995


Note: The information above was taken from "Lawrence County, Kentucky Cemeteries Vol. 1 1995" and reflects data taken directly from the grave markers. Variations in this information to actual records are possible, and should be verified for accuracy.

Additional scenes of the church and cemetery may be viewed in full by clicking on the photos below.

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Sources

"All My Kith and Kin, Vol. 1," by Wanda Pack Bratcher, Louisville, KY, 1997.

"Lawrence County, Ky Cemeteries Volume 1, 1995," compiled by Mary Ellen Reid, Beulah Greene, Isabelle Johns; TMC Printing, Paintsville, KY, 1995.


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