Hopkins County KY

Biography of Charles Biles

Charles Biles was born in Warren County, Tennessee, in Aug. 1809, and reared on a farm in North Carolina, removing when 19 years old to Christian County, Kentucky. In 1832 he married, and in 1835 removed to Illinois, soon returning to Hopkins County, Kentucky, where he resided until 1853, when he emigrated to Washington Territory …

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Hopkins Co., Ky

HOPKINS CO. (M. Hanberry) [TR: also spelled Hanbery.] In this county practically no one owned more than one or two slaves as this was never a county of large plantations and large homes. These slaves were well housed, in cabins, well clothed and well fed, not overworked and seldom sold, were in closer touch with …

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Hopkins County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Hopkins County Hopkins County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Hopkins County USGenWeb Archives Project Pleasant View Cemetery Pleasant View Cemetery #2 Hopkins County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Hopkins County USGenWeb Project Beulah Cemetery Cane Run Cemetery Carter Cemetery Christian Priviledge Cemetery Clayton Cemetery Coffman Cemetery Dalton Cemetery Dunn Cemetery Etheridge Cemetery Flat Creek Cemetery …

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