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Madison County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Madison County Madison County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Madison County USGenWeb Archives Project Scudder Family Cemetery Bluegrass Army Depot Removed Graves Boggs Cemetery Versailes Cemetery Cumberland View Cemetery Doylesville Cemetery Dreyfus Church of Christ Cemetery Ellison Cemetery Ford Cemetery Hall Cemetery Hilltop Cemetery Holly Cemetery Salem Church & Burton Cemetery Needmore Cemetery Riddell Cemetery […]

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Biography of James Sidney Rollins

James Sidney Rollins, lawyer and statesman, distinguished for extraordinary public services, was born April 19, 1812, at Richmond, Kentucky, and died at Columbia, Missouri, January 9, 1888, in the seventy-sixth year of his age. His parents were Anthony Wayne and Sallie Harris (Rodes) Rollins. The father was a native of Pennsylvania, a graduate of Jefferson

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Madison County, Kentucky Census Records

Early Madison County, Kentucky Census Records Hosted at Carroll County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Surname List – First Kentucky Census 1810 Madison County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1810 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free Hosted at Madison County USGenWeb Archives Project Census Index Hosted at Census Guide 1810 U.S. Census Guide

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Biography of Gideon Bowles

Gideon Bowles and wife, of Dublin, Ireland, were members of the St. James Colony that settled in Goochland Co., Va. Anderson Bowles, their son, married Jane Thomas, and settled in Cumberland Co., Va. Their children were Caleb, Sarah, James, Gideon, Ann, Anderson, Jr., Virginia, Elizabeth, Augusta, and David. Ann and Gideon died in Virginia. The

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Biographical Sketch of Edward Williams

Edward Williams, of North Carolina, went to Kentucky with Daniel Boone, and lived for some time at Boonesborough, where he married Jemima Anderson, daughter of Major Jack Anderson. Their children were Daniel, Joshua, Pernell, Casper, Susan, and Caleb. The latter married Elizabeth Woodland, of Kentucky, and settled in Warren County in 1818. They had nine

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