Location: Green County KY

Biographical Sketch of Hill Sublett

Hill Sublett, of Green Co., Ky., married Delphi Jennett, of Virginia. In 1817 he came to Missouri on a prospecting tour, returned to Kentucky and brought his family out in 1822. He had ten children, six daughters and four sons.

Slave Narrative of George Washington Buckner

Interviewer: Lauana Creel Person Interviewed: Dr. George Washington Buckner Location: Evansville, Indiana Date of Birth: December 1st, 1852 Ex-Slave Stories District #5 Vanderburgh County Lauana Creel A SLAVE, AMBASSADOR AND CITY DOCTOR [DR. GEORGE WASHINGTON BUCKNER] This paper was prepared after several interviews had been obtained with the subject of this sketch. Dr. George Washingtin [TR: Washington] Buckner, tall, lean, whitehaired, genial and alert, answered the call of his door bell. Although anxious to oblige the writer and willing to grant an interview, the life of a city doctor is filled with anxious solicitation for others and he is always

Biography of Edward Payson Allen

One of the most conspicuous figures in the financial and civic life of Southern Kansas was removed with the death of Edward Payson Allen at his home in Independence, November 27, 1915. He had already passed the age of three score and ten and with many ripe achievements to his credit and with the honorable associations of a long and useful life he went to his reward. He was a Civil war veteran, a pioneer in Montgomery County, Kansas, had filled public offices and had long borne the responsibilities of managing one of the largest banks in the state. His

Green County, Kentucky Census Records

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Green County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Most of these Green County Kentucky Cemetery Records are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we provide the listing when it is only a partial listing. Green County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Green County USGenWeb Archives Project Aetna Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Montgomery, Anderson, Ball, Bastin & Turner, Bennett Cemetery Bennett, Arron Wilson Blakeman, Blakeman Cemetery Bell – Bloyd Cemetery Civil War Veterans Buried in Green County Edwards, Coffey, Cole, Curry, Denton, Graham and Graves Cemeteries Edwards, Elmore, Forbis Cemetery Foster-Mays-Sidebottom Cemetery Forbis, Gupton, Hamilton, Hazel Cemetery Pierce Community Cemetery Risen-Close Cemetery Samuel Chaney

Biography of Charles Edward Wilson

Charles Edward Wilson, son of Thomas Jefferson Wilson; was born in Greensburg, Green Co., Ky., on May 1, 1849; when his father died in 1835, he, being the only child and only remaining one of the family, went to Charleston and lived with relatives, finishing a common-school education during the following winter; in the spring of 1867, he went to Omaha, Neb., and remained one year; returning then to Charleston, he became a salesman in the queensware store of V. Craig, and afterward book-keeper for George Tucker, who was a manufacturer of pressed brick; in the spring of 1871, he

Biographical Sketch of Thomas Jefferson Wilson

Thomas Jefferson Wilson was born in. Barren Co., Ky., on Nov. 22, 1825, and moved to Greensburg, Green Co., Ky., in 1847, where, on June 8, 1848, he was married to Lucy Ann Hutchason; he was a wagon-maker by trade; Lucy Ann Hutchason was born in Greensburg, Ky., on June 27, 1826; in April, 1857, Mr. Wilson removed with his family to Charleston, Ill., where he went into the employ of L. R. & B. M. Hutchason, his brothers-in-law, who were in the dry goods trade. On Jan. 12, 1859, his wife died in Charleston. In 1860, he began business