Location: Meade County KY

Biography of C. M. Scott, M. D.

In viewing the mass of mankind in the varied occupations of life, the conclusion is forced upon the observer that in the vast majority of cases men have sought employment not in the line of their peculiar fitness but in those fields where caprice or circumstances have placed them, thus explaining the reason of the failure of ninety-five per cent, of those who enter commercial and professional circles. In a few cases it seems that men with a peculiar fitness for a certain line have taken it up, and marked success has followed. Such is the fact in the case

Biography of Henry E. Dean

Henry E. Dean came to Kansas in 1885 at the age of eighteen. Then and for a number of years afterwards he was a humble worker in the ranks of the industrial army. Success did not come to him like a lightning flash, but as a result of long, steady and painstaking effort. For the first two years he was employed on farms in Leavenworth and Franklin counties. On removing to Kansas City, Kansas, in 1887, he found a job as teamster for one of the packing plants. Making himself known as one who could be trusted, and diligent in

Biographical Sketch of Abraham Bennett

Abraham Bennett, minister of United Brethren Church, Westfield; was born in Meade Co. Ky., Nov. 15, 1828; after remaining at home until the age of 18, he started out in life for himself, flat-boating on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers for some five or six years; in the year 1852, he commenced traveling in the ministry of the United Brethren Church, having from his youth been connected with that Church; in the same year, leaving his family in Kentucky, he traveled circuit for some six years in Indiana, when, having returned to Kentucky, was engaged in missionary work through that

Biographical Sketch of Matthias Beavers

Matthias Beavers, farmer; P. O. Hutton; was born in Meade Co., Ky., June 6, 1823; his parents, William and Nancy, came to Clay Co., Ind., while he was an infant, and settled near Bowling Green, and after remaining there some six or seven years, came to Clark Co., and lived in the ” Rich Woods,” near Westfield, and about the year 1833, came to Coles Co. Mr. Beavers remained with his parents up to the age of 21, when he married Miss Elizabeth Endsley, daughter of Andrew Endsley, of Hutton Tp., on Jan. 2, 1845; shortly after, he came to

Meade County, Kentucky Census Records

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Meade County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Meade County Meade County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Meade County USGenWeb Archives Project Bennett Cemetery, Bogard and Greer Cemetery Atwell Cemetery Bald Knob Cemetery Benham Cemetery Etherton Cemetery Abell, Adkisson, Stith Cemeteries Known Burials in Ft. Knox Cemeteries Garnettsville Cemetery Hunch Up Cemetery Johnson Cemetery Shrewsbury Cemetery Staples Cemetery Thomas Cemetery Meade County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Meade County, Kentucky KyGenWeb Benham Cemetery Bennett Cemetery Cap Anderson Cemetery , Partial A-By Garnettsville Cemetery Greer Cemetery Johnson Cemetery Powell Cemetery Shrewsbury Cemetery Thomas Cemetery Withers Cemetery Geo & Jane Park , single grave site