Location: Greenup County KY

Boyd County, Kentucky

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

Biography of James Wood

James Wood. Among her valued citizens Kansas can number yet many of her pioneers, not the floating population of her earliest territorial days, but men who came to the state as homeseekers, even before the outbreak of the Civil war. These courageous and resourceful men are universally held in honorable esteem for the great progress made by Kansas was founded upon their hardihood and energy. One of these is found in James Wood, a representative citizen and a substantial farmer of Ogden Township, Riley County. James Wood was born in England, September 27, 1844, the eldest son of William and

Biography of Guy E. Truitt

Guy E. Truitt. To the real lover of nature there is no vocation known to mankind which furnishes more interesting possibilities than the nursery business. Developments in recent years along this line have been as wonderful as they were formerly unexpected and unbelievable. Yet even to the man who labors faithfully to maintain high standards already established there is that satisfaction in accomplishment possible only when an individual works in collaboration with nature and the elements of creation. Kansas had had its full quota of earnest, painstaking men in this vocation who have delighted in their labor and have contributed

Biography of Milton Canterbury, M. D.

Milton Canterbury, M. D., of Redlands, was born in Greenup County, Kentucky. His father, Reuben Canterbury, a farmer, was born in North Carolina. The name originated in Kent County, England, from the estate of a man by that name, and for whom the city of Canterbury was named. Reuben Canterbury married Miss Elizabeth Lycaas, a native of Kentucky. The union was blessed with thirteen children, of whom the subject of this sketch is the eighth. He first attended the common schools of his native county and afterward attended a short time the college at Marietta, Ohio. From there he went

Greenup County, Kentucky Census Records

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Greenup County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Greenup County Greenup County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Greenup County USGenWeb Archives Project 3 Prong Cemetery/East Rister Cemetery Blevins Cemetery Boyle Cemetery Chinn-Wurts-Nichols Cemetery Collins Plum Grove Cemetery Holmes Cemetery Horsley Cemetary Hurst Cemetery Kaut Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Osborne Cemetery Plum Grove Community Cemetery Rhoden Cemetery Rhoden/Roister Cemetery Shells Fork Cemetery Sizemore Cemetery Thacker Family Cemetery Three Prong Cemetery Webb Cemetery , Partial Wolfe Creek Cemetery Zornes Cemetery Greenup County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Greenup County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Cochran Cemetery The Davis Cemetery Dupuy, Gray and Greenslate Cemetery Eggers Cemetery Fannin/Barber Cemetery Fraley Family Cemetery Hamilton Cemetery