Location: Pendleton County KY

Slave Narrative of George Fortman

Interviewer: Lauana Creel Person Interviewed: George Fortman Location: Evansville, Indiana Place of Residence: Cor. Bellemeade Ave. and Garvin St. Evansville, Indiana Occupation: Professor of faith in Christ, Janitor Ex-Slave Stories District 5 Vanderburgh County Lauana Creel INDIANS MADE SLAVES AMONG THE NEGROES. INTERVIEWS WITH GEORGE FORTMAN Cor. Bellemeade Ave. and Garvin St. Evansville, Indiana, and other interested citizens “The story of my life, I will tell to you with sincerest respect to all and love to many, although reviewing the dark trail of my childhood and early youth causes me great pain.” So spoke George Fortman, an aged man and

Slave Narrative of George Conrad, Jr.

Person Interviewed: George Conrad, Jr. Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Place of Birth: Connersville, Harrison County, Kentucky Date of Birth: February 23, 1860 Age: 77 I was born February 23, 1860 at Connersville, Harrison County, Kentucky. I was born and lived just 13 miles from Pariah. My mother’s name is Rachel Conrad, born at Bourbon County, Kentucky. My father, George Conrad, was born at Bourbon County Kentucky. My grandmother’s name is Sallie Amos, and grandfather’s name is Peter Amos. My grandfather, his old Master freed his and he bought my grandmother, Aunt Liza and Uncle Cy. He made the money by

Biography of William N. Collier

William N. Collier, one of the most prominent breeders of thoroughbred Hereford cattle in the United States, makes his home at Fulton and has extensive farm property in Callaway county, on which are found his fine herds. Mr. Collier was born in the Blue Grass state, his birth having occurred near Falmouth, in Pendleton county, Kentucky, February 13, 1876. He is a son of William A. and Oetavia (Wyatt) Collier, both of whom were natives of Kentucky, to which state their parents had removed from Virginia. When William N. Collier was a lad of five years his parents went to

Pendleton County, Kentucky Census Records

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Pendleton County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Pendleton County Pendleton County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Pendleton County USGenWeb Archives Project Concord Cemetery Ducker Cemetery Pendleton County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Pendleton County USGenWeb Archives Project Aulick Cemetery Benson Cemetery Bethel Cemetery Biehn Cemetery Blanket Creek Cemetery Boston Cemetery Catholic Falmouth Cemetery Cemetery between Caddo & Concord Conrad Cemetery Cox Cemetery Dividing ridge Cemetery Fisher’s Cemetery Gum Lick Cemetery Knoxville Cemetery Lenoxburg Cemetery Morgan Cemetery Mt. Moriah Cemetery New Mt. Vernon Cemetery Oakland Cemetery Old Mt Moriah Cemetery Old Mt. Vernon Cemetery Peach Grove Cemetery Roanoak Cemetery Short Creek Cemetery Smith’s Cemetery Sunrise Cemetery Turner Ridge