(Locoated near Lawrenceburg) BENTLEY Diamond T., b. 1848, d. 1919. Husb. of Mary E. Mary E., b. 1860, living in 1919. HENDRICKS J. H., b. 1845, d. 1917. Husb. of Nancy. Nancy, b. 1851, d. 1922. BENTLEY D. T. Jr., b. 1 Feb. 1899, d. 27 Aug. 1931.
Location: Anderson County KY
SEARCY Merritt L., b. 1849, d. 1908. Jennie, b. 1853, d. 1929. Ebbie. MCBRIDE Lillian Searcy, b. 1884, d. 1928. MILLER J. W., b. 6 May 1865, d. 18 Jove 1928. YOUNG John W., b. 1 Feb. 1840, d. 29 Jan. 1915. WOOLRIDGE Lucy Sharp, b. 1900, d. 1926. SHARP Philip, b. 1863, d. 1934. CALVERT Thomas M., b. 18 Sept. 1859, d. 25 Mar. 1909. MYERS Silas, b. 16 Sept. 1798, d. 18 Sept. 1863. Husb. of Sarah H. Sarah H., b. 18 Sept. 1801, d. 2 Feb. 1870. B. 5., b. 8 Nov. 1820, d. 5 Nov. 1872.
Samuel A. Richardson was born in Anderson county, Kentucky, July 26, 1826. He was the second son of Colonel John C. Richardson, who was a native of Virginia, but in early life moved from that State to Anderson county, Kentucky, and in the spring of 1831, with his family, moved to Missouri and settled in the Missouri River bottom, above Camden, in Ray county, and afterwards removed to near Lexington. The family are descendants of the numerous family of Richardsons, from Virginia and Kentucky. Judge Nathaniel Richardson, grandfather of the subject of this sketch, moved from Kentucky and settled in
ANDERSON CO. (Mildred Roberts) Many of the following stories were related by Mr. W.B. Morgan who at one time owned and operated a livery barn. He hired several negroes to look after the horses and hacks, and remembers many funny tales about them and others: “Kie Coleman, one of my employees, was standing without the livery stable smoking a two-fer cigar that some one had given him. Another negro walked up to chat with him, and he reared back and said “Get away nigger, nothing but the rich can endure life.” “I was hauling grain for the distillery. One morning
Interviewer: Emery Turner Person Interviewed: Thomas Ash Location: Mitchell, Indiana Date of Birth: 1856 Age: 81 Emery Turner District #5 Lawrence County Bedford, Indiana I have no way of knowing exactly how old I am, as the old Bible containing a record of my birth was destroyed by fire, many years ago, but I believe I am about eighty-one years old. If so, I must have been born sometime during the year, 1856, four years before the outbreak of the War Between The States. My mother was a slave on the plantation, or farm of Charles Ash, in Anderson county,
Interviewer: Mildred Roberts Person Interviewed: Ann Gudgel Location: Anderson County, Kentucky COMBINED INTERVIEWS: Customs: By Counties Slavery: Local History and Dialect ANDERSON CO. (Mildred Roberts) Story of Ann Gudgel (age unknown): “I doesn’t know how old I am, but I was a little girl when dat man Lincum freed us niggahs. My mammy neber tole us our age, but I knows I’se plenty old, cause I feels like it. “When I was a liddle girl all of us was owned by Master Ball. When Lincum freed us neggahs, we went on and libbed with Master Ball till us chilluns was
Thomas H. Leathers, who for a number of years has stood second to none among the competent dental surgeons of Champaign County is an instance of a self-made man who came almost to the age of manhood without schooling or education and by sheer force of will and ambition qualified for a profession requiring a high degree of skill and intelligence. Doctor Leathers was born in Glensboro, Kentucky, June 30, 1870, son of William and Mary (Royalty) Leathers. His parents were both born in Kentucky, were thrifty farming people but of modest means. The mother died at the age of
La Grande, Union County, Oregon Dies Here, Victim Of Long Illness William T. Grider, 83, of 1908 Fourth street, retired farmer, died at 12:02 a.m., Sunday, February 20 after a long illness. He was born march 15, 1860 in Anderson county, Kentucky and had lived in La Grande since his arrival here 54 years ago. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Allred of Oakland, California, Mrs. Betty Allen of Oakland, Mrs. Lillian Staley of Klamath Falls, and will of The Dalles, two sisters, Mrs. R. G. Brown of Portland and Mrs. Fannie Stepp of Hoquiam, Washington, one brother, Robert (Shorty)
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Following is hosted by Allen County Public Library Best Cemetery Carlton Cemetery Corinth Christian Church Cemetery Crossfield Cemetery Fox Creek Cemetery Freedom Baptist Cemetery New Liberty Cemetery Penny’s Methodist Cemetery Sale Family Cemetery Young Family Cemetery African American Section, Woodlawn Cemetery Hosted at Anderson County USGenWeb Archives Project George Family Cemetery John Farm Cemetery Petty Family Cemetery Hosted at Anderson County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Sale Family Cemetery Fox Creek Cemetery – beside Fox Creek Christian Church Woodlawn Cemetery at Stringtown – African American Cemetery Cemetery at Carlton Rd & Maple St in Lawrenceburg Best Cemetery , Partial Listing Penny