Location: Casey County KY

Biographical Sketch of George Hutchison M.D.

George Hutchison was born April 11, 1834, in Casey county, Kentucky, and is the son of Judge Thomas Hutchison, a native of Virginia, who is now residing in Livingston county, Missouri. His mother’s maiden name was Polly Ann Tate, and she was a native of Lincoln county, Kentucky. Our subject was seven years old when his parents immigrated to Missouri and settled in Livingston county where he was reared and educated. He began the study of medicine with Dr. J. W. Rose, of that county, in 1861 and after three years of preparatory study entered the Medical College at Keokuk,

Biographical Sketch of Charles M. Hutchison

Charles M. Hutchison was born in Casey county, Kentucky, October 15, 1837, and is a son of Thomas Hutchison. He was reared and educated in Livingston county, Missouri, and began life as a school-teacher at the age of twenty-three, and followed that business with some interruption for a period of thirteen years. He came to Jamesport in 1870 and began merchandising, which is his present avocation. Mr. Hutchison was married in Daviess county, Missouri, January 1, 1870, to Miss Annie, daughter of James and Rebecca Lindsay, natives of Virginia. Mrs. Hutchison was born in Iowa. They are the parents of

Casey Co., Ky

CASEY CO. (R.L. Nesbitt) While slavery existed in Casey Co., as in other counties of the State, before the Civil War, there are no negroes living the the county today who were born into slavery; and very few white people who can remember customs, incidents, or stories of the old slavery days. It is known that the first slaves in the county were those brought here from Virginia by the early white settlers of the county; and that until they were given their freedom, the slaves were well cared for and kindly treated. They lived in comfortable cabins on the

Casey County, Kentucky Census Records

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Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Casey County Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project Allen Cemetery Caney Fork Cemetery Durham Cemetery Ellison Cemetery Fair Cemetery , Partial Full Gospel Church Cemetery Green River Christian Church Cemetery Lawhorn Hill Cemetery Marple/Allen Cemetery Milton H. Durham Plot Mt Pleasant Cemetery Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Pennington Cemetery , aka Sandusky Cemetery Williams Cemetery Willow Springs , Partial Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Casey County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Allen Cemetery Antioch Cemetery Austin Cemetery Austin Cemetery Bethelridge Cemetery Birdie Russell Cemetery Bowmer Cemetery  Brush Creek Cemetery Calhoun Cemetery Calvary Ridge Cemetery