CARTER Corp’l William, Co. D. 14th Ky. Inf. KILGORE Fannie J., wife of William Kilgore, b. 31 Dec. 1858, d. 27 Mar. 1895. HAMPTON Saline C., b. 1832, d. 1931. Husb. of Mary Mason. Mary Mason, b. 1857, living in 1931. PATTON Joseph, b. 6 Oct. 1810, d. 21 Oct. 1885. John G., b. 1842, d. 1915. Husb. of Lucy. Lucy, b. 1845, d. 1926. ADKINS W. R., b. 6 Jan. 1833, d. 18 July 1905. Co. H. 1, Ky. Inf. Thomas E., b. 1865. Husb. of Christenor. Christenor, b. 1867, d. 1919. ROBINSON M. J., b. 1854, d. 15
Location: Boyd County KY
BOYD CO. (Carl F. Hall) The Commonwealth of Kentucky, having for a northern boundary the Ohio River-the dividing line between the northern free states and the southern slave states has always been regarded as a southern state. As in the other states of the old south, slavery was an institution until the Thirteenth Ammendment to the Constitution of the United States gave the negro freedom in 1865. Kentucky did not, as other southern states, secede from the Union, but attempted to be neutral during the Civil War. The people, however, were divided in their allegience, furnishing recruits for both the
Interviewer: Carl F. Hall Person Interviewed: Rev. John R. Cox Date of Interview: December 23, 1936 Location: Catlettsburg, Kentucky Date of Birth: 1852 It is probable that slave labor was more expensive to the white masters than free labor would have been. Beside having cost quite a sum a two-year old negro child brought about $1,500 in the slave market, an adult negro, sound and strong, cost from $5,000 up to as high as $25,000, or more. The master had to furnish the servant his living. The free employee is paid only while working; when sick, disabled or when too
William O. Ormsby, 89, died at 6:15 o’clock Friday evening [August 16, 1946] a his home, 4 ½ miles west of Colfax in the White Church neighborhood. He had been seriously ill for the past two months. Mr. Ormsby, prominent retired farmer, was born December 23, 1858, at Ashland, Kentucky. He was married in Crawfordsville, August 14, 1884, to Violet M. Coyner. His wife preceded him in death on April 20, 1911. Mr. Ormsby was the second oldest man living in Sugar Creek township, where he had been so prominent over a long period of years. He served four years
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