History of the Restoration Movement

Pleasant W. Proffitt


Restoration Preacher in Southern Kentucky

Directions To The Grave of Pleasant Proffitt

From Tompkinsville, head south on South Main St. out of town. Turn right (east) on County House Rd. (State Hwy. 1316), and travel about four miles. Turn left on Isenburg Cemetery Road. If you get to Sugar Creek Rd. you've gone too far. Head up the road until you get to the cemetery on your left. Enter the first entrance to the left. About 3/4 of the way into the cemetery, look up the hill to the right to the Proffitt section. Pleasant Proffitt is in the middle.

GPS Location
36°42'39.1"N 85°48'00.2"W
or D.d 36.710859,-85.800042

Isenburg Cemetery

Nancy Wheelock
Wife of John

John J. Proffitt
B. June 27, 1815
Between 1880-1890
Husband of Nancy

James M.
Co. G9. Reg. of Ky.
February 11, 1839
April 22, 1921
Let me die the death
of the righteous.

Wife Of
P.W. Proffitt
November 14, 1840
August 4, 1913
Here lies one who in this life was a
Kind mother, and a true wife.

Pleas W
November 5, 1836
June 2, 1926
He died as he lived-
A Christian

Photos Taken 06.2011
Courtesy of Scott Harp

Special Thanks to Tom L. Childers and C. Wayne Kilpatrick for assistance in locating and photographing the graves on this site.

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