Know all men by these presents that we, James Wheatley and Joseph Riney, are held and firmly bound unto his Excellency, the Governor of Kentucky, in the sum of fifty pounds current money, to the payment of which well and truly to be made to the said Governor […]
The Hartford Republican, Ohio County, Kentucky Friday, March 10, 1922 Fidelia Ward Tinsley lived several years after her husband’s death. Fidelia Tinsley, Mary 2, 1868 – July 31, 1938. Alexander Cemetery, Ohio County, Kentucky. Elmer E. Tinsley, November 28, 1864 – March 6, 1922.
The Breckinridge News, Cloverport, Kentucky Wednesday, July 29, 1914 William G. Lawson, January 1, 1871 – July 16, 1914. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
Know all men by these presents, that we, Barnabas M. Henry and Martin Hardin, are held and firmly bound unto his Excellency, the Governor of Kentucky, in the sum of fifty pounds current money, to the payment of which well and truly to be made to the said […]
Gravestones for the Little family in Richmond Cemetery, Madison County, Kentucky. Thomas G. Little, born in Ireland, came to Kentucky in the early days of the state. January 24, 1819, he married Nancy Porter, born in Bourbon County. In the 1850 census of Madison County, Thomas is listed […]
A beautiful photography of a lovely woman. Is she dressed for a party? Or is this a wedding photo? Large cuffs of lace at the sleeve, and caplets at the shoulder, along with a small bit at the neckline give this dress a special look. It looks as […]
The Ohio County News, Hartford, Kentucky Wednesday, June 12, 1918 Bright’s Disease Fatal To Wayne N. Stevens, Who Passed Away at Battle Creek, Michigan, Thursday Night Thursday night about 12 o’clock death claimed Wayne N. Stevens, age 55, one of the best known farmers of Ohio County, when […]
The Louisville Daily Courier, Jefferson County, Kentucky Tuesday, December 25, 1866 A Diamond Wedding in Woodford The quiet of our happy village was dispelled on the evening of the 19th by the hurrying to and fro of carriages, hacks and every conceivable kind of vehicle, and greeting the […]
William Linton Lewis is my first cousin five times removed. He was the nephew of my fifth great-grandfather, Captain John Hancock Linton, the son of his sister Catherine Jennings Linton. Catherine married William Joseph Lewis. William Linton Lewis married Ann Winter Dunnington November 18, 1806. Together they had […]
Know all men by these presents, that we, Eli B. Crain and James H. Sterman, are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the just and full sum of fifty pounds, current money, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, […]